Batman: Revenge of the Joker (1992)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy  |  1992 (USA)
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The Joker tearing apart Gotham City and it's up to The Batman to stop him once more.


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The Joker lives again in this Batman action game. The Joker has somehow managed to escape from Arkham Asylum once again, and Batman must defeat him to restore peace to Gotham City. Batman's weapons include batarangs and explosive punching power. There are 4 levels with various stages such as in the sewers, a machine shop, on a train, a snow-covered mounting, a water palace, a desert junkyard, jungles and in a cave. Written by Shawn Watson

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My eyes, my eyes!!!
26 April 2009 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Oh where to begin with the awfulness of this game.

The sad thing is that it promises so much with its colorful cover design, and initially delivers nice-looking sprites in the first few seconds of gameplay. But then you kill a bad guy for the first time and you just end up going 'What? Why did the bad disappear into a pink blob?'

No kidding, Batman himself even meets the same end when you lose a life. And what's with the pink armband and crappy weapons coming out of it?

The first level is a LOT like the final stage of the Batman Movie video game from 1989. I don't mind clichés in platform games (moving floors, bottomless pits etc) but this is just going through the tired, chunky motions.

There were a few good Batman games made for the Mega Drive/Genesis. This isn't one of them.

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