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Batman Forever

3.2 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
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Brace yourself for endless action with BATMAN FOREVER! Batman and Robin blast into Gotham City in a duo-player fighting game! Armed with over 125 incredible attacks fierce combat moves and an arsenal of gadgets the dynamic duo are ready to battle the diabolical minds of Two-Face and The Riddler! Without a question...it's BATMAN FOREVER!

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ASIN B00002STX4
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3.2 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,040 in videogames
#73 in Video Games > More Systems > Super Nintendo > Games
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Product Dimensions 10 x 6 x 2 inches
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I remember renting for the weekend at our local video store ages ago. It took about an hour to figure out how to make the grappler hit the sweet spot so I could get to the second floor. That was only the first level! In case you're wondering, I had no problem getting past the first stage in other video games. So it wasn't my lack of experience, it was the abysmal game design. The music, or at least the music I heard (as I stopped playing after the first level) was mediocre. If you really want to play a Batman Game for SNES, I recommend "Batman Returns" and "The Adventures of Batman and Robin". Some "bad" games can still be fun but this one isn't.
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The digitized actors give the game an interesting visual style, and the levels/backgrounds bear a decent resemblance to certain sections of the movie. As someone who's played a lot of Mortal Kombat I thought the controls were decent, but I can understand how frustrating gadget usage must be if you aren't used to inputting 'special move' commands all the time.

Really, the game just gets boring and repetitive after awhile. There's not a lot to do except beat up thugs, and the 'loading' that takes place between each room kills the momentum and gameplay flow. A lack of continues or save feature keeps you from wanting to jump back in when you die. And beyond the graphics in the levels, presentation is downright bad with bland elevator music and a weird batcomputer display that tries to move the narrative along. Plus what kind of game do you have when the manual doesn't even list how to jump down between floors in a room??

2-player co-op does make the game a bit better, until you either get stuck or get bored. Overall, another dud Batman licensed game.
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As the other reviews have stated, this is a very boring game. You are Batman or Robin set out to save Gotham from the Riddler and Twoface. An interesting thing to this game is that the buttons are set up like Mortal Kombat, high punch, low punch, up to jump and select to use your grappling hook. When you start each level you make a choice of two extra weapons like smoke bombs, gas guns and baterangs. There's not much to the game, you move straight through on a set side scrolling platform path beating up bad guys. The graphics are pretty amazing, being that the game is so much like Mortal Kombat, so are the graphics!
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I reviewed this game a while back on the Genesis, and yeah its not one of the better Batman games that's 4 sure! With a few minor differences in sound and landscape design of the levels this game is almost identical to the Genesis version, and that being said your in for a lot of headaches.

The set up of this game is very unique. The gameplay mechanics resemble something from Mortal Kombat or other fighting games, but its actually a walkthrough/beat-em up style action game though. You can choose as Batman or Robin, and of course with the option of having a 2 player mode as well. Like the Genesis version they use real live digitized footage of actors for the sprites in the game so it looks pretty good overall. That is also where a lot of the pros end on this game, the rest are cons!

First off its extremely hard not just because of the constant barrage of enemies you face but the controls I think may have been designed by a programmer with a really bad sense of humor! The characters do not respond and sometimes feel glitchy and too perform the easiest of moves it takes a very odd button combination. So fighting the constant flow of enemies is super annoying and frustrating! And also the SNES is known for having great soundtracks and sound quality in its games, not here, there are literally 2 tracks through out the game! 0_o

The Adventures of Batman and Robin on The Sega Genesis is a great Batman game, and its port on the SNES isn't too shabby either, check out one of them but avoid this one!
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So after the success of Batman Returns, there would be a movie adaption of Batman Forever. The graphics looked interesting. Almost a next gen feel for the SNES. And it would be a brawler. So how could it go wrong? Well first off, it feels like they are trying to rip off Mortal Kombat.
But the worst sin is that the controls are horrendous. They are so frustrating. I remember spending most of my time mashing buttons just trying to get my grappling hook to work. Still brings up bad memories all these years later!
The story is fine. And it is a good challenge in game play. But it’s never a good game where the main challenge is the broken controls. Game better left lost to the sands of time.
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By A Customer on October 11, 2000
If you want to simply bash enemies, this is the game for you. Players move around a set path(slightly 3-D) and kill any enemy that appears. That sums it up.
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I remember playing this game a few times with my friend. And then I asked him why did he get it....over and over. Batman Forever is based on the so so movie of the same name and as licensed games go, developers rush it out the door as soon as possible to make money. So that's one of the many reasons why this game wasn't so great.

As some of the other reviewers have stated, this game used digitized graphics and controls made popular by Mortal Kombat at the time. So, it looks great for a SNES game and uses the Batman license. Unfortunately, everything else about the game sucked. Batman and Robin both move around like either tanks or robots. Basic things like walking and jumping are a chore to do. They each have special moves, which are set up like moves you perform in fighting games, except they rarely work. The enemies were super hard to beat and it seems every couple of minutes you see a loading screen (you should NEVER wait for a game to load if it's on a cartridge!) Add in the lack of save features or continues and you got a hard game that wasn't meant to be played or beaten.

Stay away from this crap even if you are tempted to buy it. It isn't worth it and it turned out to be WORSE than the bad movie it was based on.
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