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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:39pm 22/09/10 | 0 Comments
While all the hardcore gaming fuss out there is about Batman: Arkham Asylum its impending sequel, Arkham City, it's important to remember the Caped Crusader is still busy saving the world in other, more mainstream (read: kid-friendly) places.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold is a Wii game that is utterly representative of the cartoon upon which the game is based, right down to the voices and dialogue. In fact, it's the main point our reviewer dotarray found; you're essentially playing a Saturday morning cartoon here, and that's the entire point. So if the cartoon is your thing, or your kid's thing, this might be worth a look in.

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