It might not have been a great game, but Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the Wii had some damn fine writing, especially when it came to the nervous jaw-flapping of a fledgling Blue Beetle in the face of his favorite hero.
When I first heard about Gotham City Impostors, this lifelong Batman fan got very nervous. Part of it comes from the way the game's premise rubs up uncomfortably against Caped Crusader canon.
The Dark Knight returns to a more campy and colorful time in Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the Nintendo Wii, and he's brought friends.
The upcoming Batman: The Brave and the Bold will be doing something too few games have done so far this hardware generation: feature cross-play compatibility between the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS.
When a utility belt filled with Bat shark repellant isn't enough, Batman and Robin call in the big guns. Watch two of DC Comics' greatest heroes and Aquaman lending a helping hand in Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold is a colorful 2D beat-em up in a world where dark and gritty 3D action adventure reigns supreme. Can it possibly succeed where other Batman brawlers have failed?
Coming this fall, Batman: The Brave and the Bold is based on the animated television series and will include co-op play and the ability to link the DS and Wii versions of the title.