Batman for the NES “was a four-way platform action game featuring the locations of the 1989 movie”. Handsome Tom of ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the jump.

The game had a much more futuristic feel to it than the movie, with robots, jet-packs and mutants. The game introduced completely new, cybernetic supervillain bosses such as the Firebug (similar to Firefly) and the Electrocutioner. The Joker, too, seemed to have the ability to summon enormous blasts of thunder from the heavens

Batman for the NES “was a four-way platform action game featuring the locations of the 1989 movie”. Handsome Tom of ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the jump.

The game had a much more futuristic feel to it than the movie, with robots, jet-packs and mutants. The game introduced completely new, cybernetic supervillain bosses such as the Firebug (similar to Firefly) and the Electrocutioner. The Joker, too, seemed to have the ability to summon enormous blasts of thunder from the heavens