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Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 1 Review


Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 1 Review

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  1. Going in expecting nothing, this was one of my favorite installments from Telltale, right under Walking Dead. The choices may not have had a huge impact but in terms of enjoyment it ranks high. 9/10 for me

  2. I give the first episode a solid 8. I kept hearing it wasn't really that good so maybe my low expectations made it seem better.

  3. I have to say this game looks intriguing I haven't played a game in months I may have to look into this

  4. This isn't on the Xbox 360? And wow…the same quick time event, "gameplay" Telltale keeps using. It's repetitive and no one complains.

  5. Just so it's out there, Batman: The Telltale Series IS NOT a Batman game. Long story short, this is basically nothing more than yet another boring and rather typical "Episodic Point-and-Click Graphic Novel Adventure", trying to be passed off as a Video Game by Telltale Games, when we all know it's not.

    Anyone whose played these "Video Games":

    Jurassic Park: The Game
    The Wolf Among Us
    The Walking Dead
    Tales from the Borderlands
    Game of Thrones

    Will know EXACTLY what to expect, coming from Telltale Games; the most INCREDIBLY OVERRATED Video Game Developer and Publisher in my book.

    Trust me, garbage like this will lose popularity and support fast, especially amongst die-hard DC fans.

    DEFINITELY play the Arkham series if you want REAL Batman games, because AT LEAST you're actually PLAYING as Bats, and aren't confined to heavily scripted and nonstop QuickTime Events, where you have NO CONTROL of the Character whatsoever.

    I guarantee you that that's not a Video Game. That's no different from watching an Interactive Movie with QuickTime Events, like Heavy Rain or Beyond: Two Souls, made by Video Game Developer Quantic Dream.

  6. It's so weird that Sully is Falcone.

    I just don't think the voice fits the look of the character.

  7. It's the best Batman game yet. Where the Arkham games are fabulous to the least, it's the Batman vs. Superman of the gaming world. it's almost all epic action and decent but not great story. Telltale adventures however is the polar opposite. it's the Dark knight trilogy of the games. The action scenes aren't as good, it focuses on the story and detective side of Batman which I like more. We already knew he's a great fighter, I want to see his detective skills and this game does just that.

  8. Will I experience a large amount of technical issues if I buy the PS3 version? Is it better to hold out for the PS4 version on a technical level or does it make little difference with Telltale games?

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