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BATMAN - The Telltale Series - Episode 1: Realm of Shadows

Rating Summary

Based on 99 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

61%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 2, 2016
Xbox OneAug 2, 2016
PCAug 2, 2016

Developer: Telltale Games

Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Genre: Interactive Story

Telltale Games takes on one of the most beloved superhero stories of all time: Batman.

Where to Buy

Amazon

Review Data

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Strong Head
28
Fair Head
11
Weak Head
10
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IGN

7.5 / 10.0
IGN

Telltale’s Batman is an unpredictable, multi-faceted adventure told through Batman the brawler, Batman the detective, and Bruce Wayne the politician. The three almost entirely separate characters and play-styles keep the familiar Telltale formula feeling fresh and inviting. While some of the dialogue does feel overly expositional, it’s hopefully only there to provide concrete padding for future episodes, and the gorgeous, high-action combat sequences and creative detective work provide the right amount of contrast.

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PC Gamer

68 / 100
James Davenport

Realm of Shadows indicates that it might tell an interesting Batman story, but takes time to get there and suffers from Telltale’s tired design and engine limitations.

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Metro GameCentral

5 / 10
Metro GameCentral

A disappointing start to what should be a potential rich concept, with an overfamiliar storyline and bland presentation.

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Game Informer

7 / 10.0
Game Informer

A few points of political intrigue are quickly washed away as the story adopts a greater mystery. Many of the sequences are surprising slow with little in terms of character or plot development

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