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Submitted by Nineball2112 1707d ago | review

GamePro Review: Batman: The Brave and the Bold

GamePro: In older days, Batman wasn't always the grim and brooding vigilante that most of us have become familiar with. Unlike the violent and occasionally demented protagonist that we've seen in Batman: Arkham Asylum -- and by greater extension, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight -- The Brave and the Bold is a deliberate throwback to the retro days of the Caped Crusader. Instead of cracking skulls, this version of Batman is more apt to crack jokes with the same wit and deadpan delivery that made Adam West famous in the franchise's 1970s TV show. (Batman : The Brave and The Bold, Wii) 3/5

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