Batman: The Enemy Within (2017)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Crime

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Batman is blackmailed by the nefarious Amanda Waller to go undercover and infiltrate a group of super villains that call themselves, The Pact.


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Sean Manning , Kent Mudle


James Windeler, Patrick Kevin Day, Shanon Ingles, Theresa Cooley (additional writing), Henry Gilroy (additional writing), Andrew Grant (additional writing), Jeff Juhasz (additional writing), Mary Kenney (additional writing), Dan Martin (additional writing), Susan O'Connor (additional writing), Evan Skolnick (additional writing), Luke McMullen, Patrick Kevin Day, Shanon Ingles, Dan Martin (additional writing), Ross Beeley, Shanon Ingles, Lauren R. Mee, Josh Trujillo, Patrick Kevin Day (additional writing), Mary Kenney (additional writing), Meghan Thornton (additional writing), Patrick Kevin Day, Lauren R. Mee, Ross Beeley (additional writing), Theresa Cooley (additional writing), Dan Martin (additional writing), Josh Trujillo (additional writing), Meghan Thornton, Ross Beeley, Lauren R. Mee, Zack Keller (additional writing), Josh Trujillo (additional writing), Michael Kirkbride (narrative designer), Chris Hockabout (narrative designer), Emily Grace Buck (narrative designer), Connor Thomas Cleary (narrative designer), Joshua Feldman (Writers' Room Lead)

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15 May 2020 | Pjtaylor-96-138044
| Let's put a smile on that face.
'Batman: The Enemy Within (2017)' is the follow-up to Telltale's previous Batman outing. It's a choice-based adventure that follows Batman as he comes up against several new villains and has to contend with an old friend from Arkham Asylum. It's a great narrative, with gripping set-pieces and impactful choices. The thing has several endings and some choices even alter the sequences you play. However, there are several elements that must occur no matter what you do, which can feel somewhat frustrating when their prevention is a big part of the prior gameplay. However, things play out in an incredibly gripping way, so these inconsistencies don't really matter too much. The writing is excellent, as is usual for Telltale, and it's brought to life with fantastic voice-work. The series' unique slant on its lore continues and it seems more confident this time around. Wayne is still as big a part as Batman and you can still decide what kind of Batman you want to be. It's a compelling, entertaining and, often, edge-of-your-seat experience that rises above its basic gameplay - which is mostly comprised of quick-time events. 9/10

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8 August 2017



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