A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Batman works for good, but violence is necessary to advance through the game.
Violence & Scariness
No blood, no death, but plenty of kicking and punching.
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Products & Purchases
Characters that appear in the Batman movie, and the game is a marketing tool for the movie.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that there's mild violence (punching and kicking), but there's no blood, and no one dies in the game.
Is It Any Good?
The game is easy to pick up and play, but still offers plenty of excitement. There are multiple levels and a variety of scenes ranging from the Wayne Manor to abandoned warehouses. You unlock bonuses as you complete levels, such as interviews with the movie cast. The characters in the game look and sound like the characters in the movie, and the game includes the voices of actors including Liam Neeson.
It's worth noting that Batman is a dark character, and while there is no blood or death (Batman actually defeats many of his enemies by scaring them), the fighting system allows you to punch and kick your enemy with force, and you'll do just enough damage to temporarily disable them. This makes the game a better choice for teens, especially fans of the series who will get the most out of playing as the Caped Crusader.
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