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Batman Returns

Batman Returns (SCD) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Fighting, Brawler
Developer: Malibu Games

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
05/??/1993
EU
??/??/1993

Staff Reviews

Batman Returns review (NES)

Reviewed December 14, 2012

Joseph Shaffer says: "When I think of effective beat 'em ups, adjectives like "awesome" and "badass" come to mind, and those are the last words I'd use to describe a gang of combat-trained circus performers. Sorry, but I'll take broken bottles and seedy night clubs over frills, grease paint, and leotards any day."
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