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In Batman: Vengeance, the gritty underworld of Gotham ignites as Batman becomes the target of a nerve-rattling conspiracy. After the Joker plummets to his death in an attempt to kill Batman, Gotham's criminals quickly escalate their schemes to gain power. Batman discovers subtle links in these seemingly unrelated crimes, but is forced undercover after being framed for an attack on Commissioner Gordon. Hunted by the police, the Dark Knight must pinpoint the unseen enemy weaving this sinister web before Gotham City falls to a fiery demise.
Batman: Vengeance introduces the most versatile 3-D Batman game yet, with more than 500 animated movements, special fighting moves, and a multifunctional cape with its own AI. For the first time, players can journey through a fully rendered 3-D Gotham City with Batman's sleek weapons and devices at their fingertips, including the BatGrapple, BatScope, Batarang, BatLauncher, flash bombs, and more. There is a huge array of gameplay modes: exploring, fighting, first-person shooter, driving, flying, freefall, and puzzles.
The Gotham City environment, reconstructed in full 3-D, contains 19 playable maps, including the rooftops, Gotham Industrial Research, and the Batcave. There are also more than 40 minutes of cinematics featuring the original voice cast of TV's The New Batman Adventures. The game's original story line was written in collaboration between Warner Brothers and DC Comics from the files of The New Batman Adventures. The Dolby Surround 5.1 Sound soundtrack features original music inspired by the television series.
There have been more lame Batman games created in the last decade than there are tights-wearing felons in Gotham City, but thankfully Batman: Vengeance hits the Bat-target with the golden Batarang. Because the game is based on The New Batman Adventures (an animated series), the visuals are 3-D versions of the cartoon's very stylized designs. This can sometimes cause the backdrops to be rather lacking in detail, but generally it's an interesting and unusual look.
The gameplay is similar to Soul Reaver, with plenty of Batgadgets to play with, and even a few Metal Gear-esque elements sneaking around. There's also an excellent 3-D combat system and a bunch of driving and puzzle subgames of varying quality. A few obvious flaws do get under your tights, such as the oversensitive controls, the intrusive loading times, and the often frustratingly obscure level designs, but this is easily the best Batgame yet. --David Jenkins
Bad gameplay, poorly setup, hard to control, but its batman and has an ok story.Published 6 months ago by LauraMeghan
I have fun playing that game it felt good the jokers no fun don't let him winPublished 8 months ago by Isa Divine
The game tries to be osmething is not, If you're going to make an open level batman game (or any other game that involves being open) please work on the camera, the camera is... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Luigi
One of the best Batman games before he went to the Arkham Asylum series. If you like superhero games you will like this game.Published 24 months ago by Don Morris
This was a very fun game. I am glad that there are still great games like this out there. ThanksPublished on July 9, 2013 by Sheryl Joseph
I bought it to go with my complete set of Batman video games for the PS2. It went well with my set.Published on April 19, 2013 by Jason
My son plays this all the time and adores it. He told me to say, great game and it's a lot of fun.Published on July 21, 2007 by J. Catena
I still own this game since april and I had to admit this an excellent game to play and I like everything in this game and a lot of people said this game was hard but quite... Read morePublished on August 4, 2006