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Batman is blackmailed by the nefarious Amanda Waller to go undercover and infiltrate a group of super villains that call themselves, The Pact.

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Sean Manning, Kent Mudle
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Troy Baker ... Batman / Bruce Wayne / Goon 3 (voice)
Enn Reitel ... Alfred J. Pennyworth (voice)
Murphy Guyer ... James Gordon (voice)
Dave Fennoy ... Lucius Fox (voice)
Debra Wilson ... Amanda Waller / Agency Female 1 / Computer / Agency Female (voice)
Emily O'Brien ... Iman Avesta / Bartender / Agency Female (voice)
Valarie Rae Miller ... Tiffany Fox (voice)
Robin Atkin Downes ... Edward Nigma / The Riddler (voice)
Anthony Ingruber ... 'John Doe' / The Joker (voice)
Sumalee Montano ... Renee Montoya / Patron / Newscaster 2 (voice)
Keone Young ... Rumi Mori (voice)
Robert Clotworthy ... Jack Ryder / Agent Mario Hernandez / Mourner / Newscaster 1 (voice)
Alex Hernandez ... Eli Knable (voice)
Lorri Holt Lorri Holt ... Regina Zellerbach (voice) (as Lori Holt)
Christian Lanz ... Vernon Blake / Minister / Riddler Goon (voice)

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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? Written by Telltale Games

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The second Telltale game to feature the voice of Emily O'Brien. She previously voiced Gamora in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series. See more »

Quotes

Batman: [Bruce is unable to escape from handcuffs] Ugh, here we go...
Catwoman: Are you-?
[Bruce deliberately dislocates his thumb to get out of the cuffs]
Catwoman: Ugh, I hate having to do that.
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Telltale's Best Game?
4 August 2018 | by mtrburrowsSee all my reviews

The first thing to note about the Enemy Within is how much it improves on every other telltale game. The Enemy Within presents a multilayered, lengthy plot which is a nice refresher after the short and thin plots presented in A New Frontier and Guardians of the Galaxy. Then there's the choices, and while your decisions won't break the space time continuum, it's safe to say this is the most your choices have mattered since the first season of the Walking Dead. Furthermore, telltale FINALLY goes back to delivering a solid conclusion as the first season of Batman, a New Frontier, and Gurdians of the Galaxy all had very disappointing final episodes that left me unsatisfied. It's even more impressive considering that there is more than one final episode based on your choices, and both finish off the season perfectly despite being completely different.

Of course the main standout of this season is Telltales rendition of the joker, and this unorthodox tale, and his flipped relationships with Harley Quinn, Bruce Wayne and Batman, really steal the whole season and is truly amazing.

That's not to take away from the other plot lines, as I was definitely invested in Commissioner Gordon, Amanda Waller, Tiffany Fox and Alfred's storylines, and the supporting cast are all entertaining too, from the condescending Riddler, to the intimidating Bane, the intelligent Iman Avesta, and Mr Freeze was fun while on screen but was definitely left in the background and should have been brought forward for a scene or two. Each relationship resulted in some crippling moments of tension which is truly the best aspect of this season.

The season definitely has a greater focus on Bruce Wayne rather than Batman, and while it suits the story, and didn't drag on the experience too much, I was left frustrated at the end of episode 4 (definitely the least interesting and forgettable episode) after having not played as Batman the whole episode, and knowing the last time I had a Batman action scene was at the very beginning of episode 2! This is subjective, and while it didn't bother me too much it is something that others should be aware of.

To top it all off, this is the best looking telltale game yet, with the flowing camera movements and brilliantly animated facial expressions, accompanied by the top notch voice acting, makes this definitely my favourite telltale game!


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