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Bob Kane (creator: Batman)
Scott Petersen (story)
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Cast

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Allen Enlow ... The Joker (voice)

Ralph Byers ... Dr. Jeremiah Arkham (voice)
Nachie Castro ... (voice)
Dean Elliott ... Detective Bullock (voice)
Cynthia Farrell ... (voice)
Richardo Ferrone ... (voice)
Julian Fletcher ... (voice)
Patrick Frederic ... (voice)
David R. Gordon ... (voice)
Michael Goz ... (voice)
Lysa Hawkins ... (voice)
J.R. Horne ... (voice)
Wendy R. Jones ... (voice)
Don Leslie ... Ra's al Ghul (voice)

Danny Mastrogiorgio ... (voice) (as Danny Mastrogeorgio)

Ron McLarty ... (voice)
Tom McKeon ... (voice)
Jeff Meller ... (voice)
Erin Quinn Purcell ... (voice) (as Erin Quinn Percell)
Sandy Resnick ... (voice)

Jonathan Roumie ... Robin (voice)
John Sama ... (voice)
Garet Scott ... (voice)

Scott Sowers ... Mr. Zsasz (voice)

Michael Wright ... Black Mask (voice)

Directed by
Kenji Terada 
 
Writing credits
Bob Kane (creator: Batman)

Scott Petersen (story)

Scott Petersen (written by) &
Kenji Terada (written by)

Produced by
Theodore Ambrosini .... co-executive producer
Yuki Takafumi .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Matthew Uhry (director of photography) (as Matt Uhry)
 
Visual Effects by
Terrence Masson .... visual effects supervisor: Kemco
Daniel L. Smith .... technical supervisor: PowderKeg
Jess Vickery .... character animator
 
Other crew
Steven Ilous .... assistant motion capture supervisor
Ho-Sung Pak .... motion capture team
Kevin Thomsen .... voice director
 

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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Crap Game, 25 May 2005
Author: Gaff82 from United States

Let me sum this game up in two levels.

There is one level where the object is to go to Commissioner Gordon's office, and to do this, you must skulk along the edge of the building to reach the bottom. I didn't know this as I played the level, though, as there were no instructions. I must have fallen to my dead a good fifty times before realizing what I had to do to get out, and another thirty to actually get to the office.

Another equally frustrating level is a where you must pilot a hang-glider to a ledge a virtual mile away. The physics are so real, that if you so much as brush against a canyon wall, you will fall to your death. Also, if the wind is bad, you will fall to your death. If you try to pilot it, you will fall to your death. If you DO NOT pilot it, you will fall to your death. If you attempt to win, you WILL FALL TO YOUR #@&$%^$#^*$#%*^ DEATH!!!!!!!!!! I cannot even guess how many times I played this level before miraculously getting to the other side.

That is pretty much the whole trend of this game. And it's not even attractive enough to waste the time playing. In fact, what are you reading this for? Don't even think about buying this damn game! Trust me!

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