SIX PART BATMAN: THE MOVIE (1989) SPECIAL, part 2.
Batman - The Movie is a video game based on the 1989 Batman movie, is Batman - The Video Game based on the video game of the movie?
Amiga game. He seems to stomp around a bit faster too. No grappling hook though.
The music is nothing like Danny Elfman's Batman score, but it's definitely catchy and suits the game.
Those are really nice graphics for a NES I reckon. Gritty and stylish. I'm not sure why the R and E are escaping on the THEATRE sign. but other than that I think this game looks great.
I guess it'll be something for me to think about as I replay the entire level to get back here.
Okay fine I'll just run out and hit him as he swoops me. Man, I hate the flying enemies in this. They're so much faster than I am, and I don't know what the hell I'm supposed to do against them except keep soaking up damage when they swoop down and hope I get a couple of hits in.
That thing on the bottom ledge is another robot. This one also races at you, except it explodes too!
Though not actually easy enough for me to manage to do it. I got as far as the top conveyor belt, where I was shot by ceiling lasers before I could figure out what I was meant to be doing.
I have to admit that I actually kind of like this game. Batman may be a pain in the ass to control at times, but I soon learned how to compensate for it (mostly), and it helps make the game feel more solid somehow. Even when the game's being an asshole, it's not entirely unfair. Losing all my lives just puts me back to beginning of the level and I have infinite continues (then again, each level has multiple stages.)
I guess I have to give it one of these, though the more I think about it, the less I want to.
Part 1: Batman: The Movie (Amiga)
Part 3: Batman - The Video Game (Game Boy)
Part 4: Batman - The Video Game (Genesis/Mega Drive)
Part 5: Batman (TurboGrafx-16)
Part 6: Batman (Arcade)