Batman: The Animated Series (video Game) - Gameplay


The game is an action-adventure platformer in which the player, for the most part, controls only Batman and controls him to the end of a stage where there is usually a boss waiting for him in the form of one of Batman's enemies from the animated series. However, the style and design of the stages themselves are different between each other, which gives notable diversity to the game.

There are a couple of occasions in the game in which control shifts over to Robin where you control him for a short time before moving back to controlling Batman.

Batman has some of his gadgets available which he can use such as his Grappling Hook and Batarangs. Robin can also use some of the gadgets too. In addition both characters have some abilities that they can individually use.

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