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Batman: The Brave and the Bold the Videogame fully immerses fans into the vivid animated world of the successful TV series where kids can play as Batman or together with family and friends in two-player co-op mode. Players can choose from iconic characters ROBIN, GREEN LANTERN, BLUE BEETLE, along with drop-in heroes such as AQUAMAN to help solve puzzles and fight foes.

In Batman: The Brave and the Bold the Videogame, players embark on an exciting journey through crime-filled alleys, alien planets, abandoned underground cities and mysterious laboratories. Further lending to the authentic cartoon feel of the game is the inclusion of Batman’s iconic gadgets such as Batarangs and his Grapnel Gun.

The game provides maximum replay value to those who own both the Wii and Nintendo DS versions by allowing them to connect the two systems to unlock BAT-MITE as a playable character. Players can control him with the Nintendo DS to wreak havoc or fight alongside the main characters in all levels of the Wii videogame.

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Posted by Jon Wahlgren

Cartoon crime never sleeps in Gotham City. Good thing bats are nocturnal.

As far as pop culture is concerned, there are two types of Batman. Batmen, if you will.One is the gritty, serious Dark Knight that’s been Chris Nolan’s Hollywood blockbuster success of late and the star of Rocksteady’s excellent Batman: Arkham...

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The Bat-Mite and caped crusader team up in this launch trailer for Batman: The Brave and the Bold, coming to Wii and DS in September

User Comments (5)

JaredJ

#4

JaredJ said:

So far I like this game. Only played for about an half hour though. I really wish I could use the classic controller though.

jellodog

#5

jellodog said:

I was worried that with only four "episodes" this game would be short, but the first one took about a hour and a half of beating up goons, fighting cat statues, finding small secret areas, etc. I'm no longer worried about this games length, as trying to earn everything is going to take me awhile. There are weapons and upgrades to unlock, secret areas that require special tools, additional heroes to call in as backup... wow.
It's not an especially deep game, but if you can appreciate it for what it is
you'll have a good time. I can't wait to play this 2-player!

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