BATMAN RETURNS’ VIDEO GAME LEGACY IS PERHAPS MORE INTERESTING THAN THAT OF THE FILMS

Batman Returns, released twenty-five years ago today on June 19th, 1992 was the last Tim Burton directed, Micheal Keaton starring movie before the franchise was torpedoed by Joel Schumacher and eventually rebooted by Christopher Nolan in 2005 with Batman Begins. Though perhaps not remembered as fondly as Burton’s first outing with DC’s iconic character in 1989, it’s…

BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT AUGUST DLC PREVIEW FOR SEASON PASS HOLDERS

For those who purchased the Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass, August won’t see anything meaty like the Batgirl story DLC that launches today, but it still has some pretty neat stuff for hardcore Batman fans. The most interesting addition is the 1989 Batmobile pack which not only brings two new tracks inspired by Batman Returns, but a skin for…

TOP 10: BEST NON-ARKHAM BATMAN GAMES

June is here and we’re a just a few measly weeks from the release of Rocksteady and WB Games closing chapter in the Arkham saga: Batman: Arkham Knight. Over the past year to keep my mind off of the constant delays this game has undergone in the road to becoming the best possible product it can be, I’ve…

REVIEW: BATMAN RETURNS (SEGA GENESIS)

Batman Returns on the NES is a pretty terrific game. Batman Returns on the SNES is a fantastic game. Batman Returns on the Sega Genesis is one of those constant reminders of why I’m forever grateful that I owned a SNES growing up as opposed to Sega’s machine that I wished I had after being…

REVIEW: BATMAN RETURNS (SNES)

Like Sunsoft before them, Konami produced both an 8 and 16-bit versions of a Batman game of the same name in Batman Returns. Unlike Sunsoft however, who somehow managed to make worse games despite having access to better hardware in both the cases of Batman on Sega Genesis and Batman: Revenge of the Joker, Returns…

REVIEW: BATMAN RETURNS (NES)

When it came to adapting Batman’s escapades from the big screen in video game format the first time around, Sunsoft more or less had the monopoly on the character, producing games on everything from the NES, Game Boy and Sega Genesis. For the sequel to Batman, aptly named Batman Returns, the video game licensing was shared…