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Submitted by robbttf 1089d ago | article

Retro Corner: Batman (Godisageek.com)

"In the days of the Nintendo Entertainment System, for instance, there were few preconceptions. It was still a brave new world for gaming, and fans were eager for all sorts of titles. Of course, there was still a high number of duff adaptations and original titles alike, but there were some really classic and innovative games too. One of those is a game the Godisageek Retro Corner will take a look at today – Batman, the film adaptation on NES, from 1989." (Batman, Retro)

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