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Shaun Munro reviews Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 1 ‘The Enigma’…
After Telltale’s first episodic adventure series starring Batman turned out to be a bit of a mixed bag – plagued by rampant technical issues across platforms and some questionable story elements – it’s a pleasure to report that the developer seems to have pulled their socks up for season two, at least if this mostly enthralling, content-rich season premiere is any indication.
Following on from the shocking events of the first season, Batman now finds himself facing off against a new enemy terrorising Gotham City in The Riddler (voiced with manic aplomb by Robin Atkin Downes), a genius trickster who ensnares the Caped Crusader in a series of challenges, both mental and physical, like he’s never faced before.
On top of this, Bats will also have to contend with the re-emergence of his former Arkham Asylum pal John Doe »
- Shaun Munro
Developer Telltale Games has rolled out the official launch trailer for Batman: The Enemy Within, the sophomore season due to commence on August 8th.
Releasing across PS4, Xbox One and PC – as is tradition, mobile owners will have to wait a little longer – Telltale’s new chapter in the storied history of Troy Baker’s Bats begins with “The Enigma,” and up above you’ll find the Caped Crusader going up against some of Gotham’s greatest foes – think The Joker and The Riddler, to name but two.
Assuming you played through Batman: The Telltale Series in its entirety, The Enemy Within will offer players the chance to carry over their choices if they so choose. It’s all part of Telltale’s M.O. when it comes to crafting unique, personal stories around its impassioned playerbase. What’s more, Crowd Play makes its return on August 8th, lending »
- Michael Briers
Next week Telltale will release Batman: The Enemy Within, the sequel to last year’s highly acclaimed Batman: The Telltale Series. Ahead of the first episode’s release, Telltale has unveiled the launch trailer for the game that shows off Batman’s battle with the deadly Riddler and the re-emergence of The Joker. Watch it here…
Batman: The Enemy Within will be accessible to both returning fans and newcomers, though returning players can import their choices from the first season of Batman: The Telltale Series into The Enemy Within. It will also include Telltale’s unique multiplayer ‘Crowd Play’ feature, which allows friends and family to engage with the adventure together by helping to decide the direction of the story from any mobile device with an online connection.
James Windeler, the lead writer for Batman: The Enemy Within, also spoke about how the response from the fans helped »
- Ricky Church
Season 2 Episode 1 of Telltale's Batman: The Enemy Within is just a few days from premiering! Check out the trailer for Episode 1: Enigma!
After a successful first season of Telltale's Batman series, Telltale Games and Warner Bros. Interactive is bringing the world's greatest detective for a 2nd season to solve the quandaries from the world's most dangerous puzzler, The Riddler. In order to do that, Telltale is teaming Batman up with some of the most unlikely of allies.
Season 2 will feature Amanda Waller and the return of The Joker on August 8, 2017 with Episode 1, aptly named Enigma. Furthermore, if you thought your decisions from Season 1 wouldn't pull over to Season 2, you'd be wrong. Several repercussions will optionally carry over in The Enemy Within. Additionally, This season will also include Telltale's unique multiplayer 'Crowd Play' feature, which allows friends and family to engage with the adventure together by helping to decide the »
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On the eve of San Diego Comic-Con International, Telltale Games has just dropped a rather major announcement on its next three titles – Batman: The Enemy Within, The Walking Dead: The Final Season and The Wolf Among Us 2!
In this latest chapter, 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. Which of Batman’s new allies will you choose to trust? And how deep into the darkness will you let Bruce descend?
This new season will be accessible to both returning fans and newcomers alike, though players’ choices from the first season of Batman: The Telltale Series »
- Gary Collinson
With Sdcc 2017 kicking off, Telltale Games has updated fans on some of the titles they can look forward to, including the first details (and launch date) for Batman: The Enemy Within, revealing The Wolf Among Us 2, and the final season of The Walking Dead. Come inside to learn more!
If you enjoyed Telltale's Batman series, you'll be happy to hear you won't have to wait long to get your hands on the second season of the game. It tells an all new story and doesn't Have to connect to the first season (though your choices can be brought over), which makes it ideal for current fans and newcomers to enjoy. The first episode, "Enigma," arrives on August 8, 2017, so you won't have to wait long to get your hands on it.
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Pete Dillon-Trenchard Jun 3, 2017
Everything’s wrapped up, and much later than usual… After three episodes, we’ve finally said goodbye to the Monks. Fortunately, we’ve not said goodbye to our weekly round-up of references, similarities and general observations, so here’s our guide to this week’s episode… If you’re more eagle-eyed than we are, let us know what you’ve seen in the comments below!
The Memory Cheats
Though this is the first time the human race’s memories have been rewritten en masse (as opposed to time itself being rewritten, which has happened on multiple occasions, particularly since 2005), individuals’ memories have been played with from time to time, »
With booby-traps, right-wing shock jocks and danger on the rise, Homeland has something for everyone right now – and it has never been more relevant
Spoiler alert: this blog is published after Homeland airs in the Us. Only read on if you’ve watched series six episode 11, which airs in the UK on Sundays.
The enemy within is always the most frightening, particularly when you don’t know who it is. At least we now have a name, even if the Office of Policy Coordination is as bland and obtuse a moniker as you could imagine. Homeland has a little something for everyone right now. President Trump could watch this episode and see his own struggles with the national security establishment mirrored. Hillary Clinton could watch it and see the reflection of a female New York senator tormented by right-wing agitators of dubious origin. It’s quite a different show now »
- Guardian Staff
10 items from 2017
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