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- Batman: The Enemy Within - The Telltale Series comes to retail as a Season Pass Disc.
- The Disc contains episode one and will grant access to the four subsequent episodes as they become available for download.
- In this latest chapter from the award-winning studio behind Batman - The Telltale Series, both Bruce Wayne and Batman will be forced into precarious new roles.
- The Riddler has returned to terrorize Gotham City, but his gruesome puzzles merely foreshadow an even greater crisis.
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Descend Back into Darkness! In this latest chapter from the award-winning studio behind Batman - The Telltale Series, both Bruce Wayne and Batman will be forced into precarious new roles. The Riddler has returned to terrorize Gotham City, but his gruesome puzzles merely foreshadow an even greater crisis. With the arrival of a ruthless federal agent and the return of a still nascent Joker, Batman must navigate uneasy alliances while Bruce Wayne undertakes a perilous series of deceptions.
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On the plus side, it's faster-paced than the original. No more too long conversations at the cafe or in Wayne Enterprises. However, the original did a better job of juggling the characters and storylines. Here, there is too much going on and too many characters. A character or story element will be gone too long and forgotten.
Like the first game, the story tries some radical changes from the original Batman mythos, and like the first game I admire them for trying something different, but feel they stray too far at points. This game focuses a lot more on Bruce Wayne the person, which I felt was done pretty well, but was disappointed that you couldn't be Batman that often.
As for the story options in this, a lot of the choices rely on moral ambiguity. Unfortunately, they do this too often and it gets old after a while. The game also relies way too often on choices that please one character and upset the other. I really liked what they did in chapter five. Most games of this type have divergent pathways but still follow a general storyline. Here, the entire story has two completely different storylines it can go based on your actions.
The cell-shaded computer animation looks great. The developers seemed to have learned their lesson from the first game and they're no new characters with unusually thick necks. The voice acting cast do a great job. Lastly, the action sequences all impress.
As much as I've discussed this game's weaknesses, I'd still probably get the next one that they will probably make. The game's not perfect, but it's... Well, I guess "interesting" is as good a word as any.
Overall this is a great game, with a very interesting story. If you enjoyed the first game, then you'll enjoy this one as well... it's more of the same. It's a unique take on the Batman franchise, and material doesn't accurately follow any of the canon material at all. This is a Batman game for adults, and it's set on a path that doesn't follow any previous iterations (that I'm aware of) with the origin of The Joker.