Batman - Revenge of the Joker
This is the second Batman installment and unlike the first release, it is not based on the movie, but has a story of its own. However, some elements in the game can be found in the modern comic book released few years earlier. Plus, I've easily recognized Batman still driving his Batmobile, which moves great, and dressing like in the movie, so some elements were kept. The graphics for the Nintendo Entertainment System version were really good, considering it was an 8-bit home console system. Batman's main goal is to ensure Gotham is safe, so he has to defeat multiple enemies and bosses. Great game, I've enjoyed it a lot!
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PC compatible, P-200
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features: Single game mode
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Batman seems to be looking a little pudgy in this game(like you wouldn't after over 40 years of being in shape). Other than that the first level gives that dark and spooky Batman feeling and there is a decent amount of detail and the sprites are big enough, but there is some cool artwork shown when you complete a stage slightly above average but its ok.
Batman fans, get ready for Sunsoft's Batman: Revenge of the Joker. This new fast-paced action hit has cartoon-style graphics and animation that make you feel as if you've jumped inside a comic book. As the Caped Crusader, you play through 19 stages of nonstop smash 'em, blast 'em fun. The game is perfect for hard-core action fans.
Your job is to stop Joker from building missiles out of toxic heavy metals. On the way to the Joker's secret hideout, the Ha-HaCienda, you must blast your way through seven big levels ranging from the Warehouses to the Snow Mountains and beyond. Your main weapon is the Wrist Projecter. Wrist Projecter ammo can be found behind almost every box and bad guy. Game options include a passcode to keep your spot in the game and unlimited continues...which you'll need if you want to beat the Joker at his own game.