Batman: The Video Game

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Batman: The Video Game Description

Batman the Video Game was inspired by the Batman film was released for the Sega Mega Drive.

The Mega Drive/Genesis version was also produced by Sunsoft. Critics were impressed by its graphics, sound, and playability. In a similar to the Nintendo version, it had limited commercial success because it took so long for the final product to be released, due to Nintendo's former policy of producing titles for a Nintendo system exclusively. By the time this policy was abandoned, the game was released in 1991.

Unlike the NES, this version stays much closer to the plot of the film, and features the Batmobile and Batwing in the form of horizontal shooting levels. It was highly regarded by critics of most video game magazines who reviewed the Japanese version.

Batman: The Video Game - additional information

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Also known as
"Batman" -- Japanese title
"バットマン" -- Japanese spelling
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Batman: The Video Game - Cover Art Sega Genesis