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BATMAN - The Telltale Series - Episode 5: City of Light

Rating Summary

Based on 42 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

49%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 13, 2016
Xbox OneDec 13, 2016
PCDec 13, 2016

Developer: Telltale Games

Genre: Interactive Story

With threats mounting around every corner, The Dark Knight’s identity and those closest to him are caught in the crossfires of vengeance. Which mask you choose in your fight for justice – Bruce Wayne or Batman – will determine the fate of Gotham.

Where to Buy

Amazon
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5 / 10
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An underwhelming finale to what has been a consistently disappointing season of Batman adventures, with weak storytelling and bland visuals.

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The finale is an inconsistent episode, but its highs are memorable

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While I didn't have any trouble seeing this season through per se -- as the amazing action choreography helped -- City of Light did run out of gas once most of the major players bowed out. But truth be told, Telltale has created a strong universe to keep expanding on, and as long as it can keep supplanting well-known characters in the future, I can see an excuse to keep making this series more than any of its other projects to date.

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With divergent paths to choose through the final two episodes, my eventual encounter with Dent was one that focussed on that original friendship and common ground between Bruce and Harvey. It was one the brought forth some of the compassion in Bruce Wayne’s character and, because of that, felt satisfying, even with moments of awkward and repetitive dialogue.

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