When an elaborate scheme conceived by the Joker is set in motion, Batman embarks on a perlious journey to save Gotham from the clutches of his most dangerous adversaries.

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Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice)
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The Joker / Dr. Isaac Evers (voice)
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Dr. Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn / 'Mary Flynn' (voice)
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When an elaborate scheme conceived by the Joker is set in motion, Batman embarks on a perlious journey to save Gotham from the clutches of his most dangerous adversaries.

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18 September 2001 (USA)  »

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This was Michael Ansara's final acting role before his death on July 31, 2013. See more »

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Batgirl: Where are you going?
Batman: Funnybones Warehouse.
Batgirl: What are you looking for?
Batman: I don't know.
Batgirl: Every cop in the city is looking for you...
Batman: The police are looking for Batman. He's not going.
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Good fun.
26 July 2013 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

Well, it was good for 2001. Really fun… but today, make way for Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. But, we are not here to talk about that, oh no. We are here to talk about pretty good, fun, straight from the imagination of Bruce Timm and the outstanding Warner Bros crew that created Batman: The Animated Series. This video game is based upon these series and it was pretty well adapted on PC. We got the same imaginary world of Bruce Timm, even the same voice actors, Kevin Conroy (Batman), Mark Hammil (Joker), Arleen Sorkin (Harley Quinn), Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (Alfred), Michael Ansara (Freeze) and others… the story idea is pretty much usual, as many of the animated episodes that we saw. You are Batman and you feel pretty much like him during gameplay, you have a set of gadgets at your disposal as well as fighting skills. You can beat the crap out of your opponent and you can subdue him with bat-cuffs. The game is pretty much enjoyable, but, maybe that's just me, there were hard moments in the game that drives you mad. I never finished this game, and I don't care, but there were pretty hard moments! Especially with your vehicles. Oh, yeah, you can ride a Bat-wing and Batmobile, but it's too freakin' hard! Real pain in the neck. So, you can take the console or your PC, and enjoy yourself, if you are a fan of Batman, or just Bruce Timm's Batman.


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