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  • Summary: Batman, the Dark Knight detective of Gotham City, is back in an all-new adventure. In Batman: Dark Tomorrow, it's up to Batman to solve the mystery and save the day. The legendary Caped Crusader must use all his mental and physical skills, batglider capabilities, devices from his utility belt, and sleuthing prowess to fight crime and defeat enemies. You must battle both new and familiar enemies, including Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, and the Joker. But in some missions, stealth is just as important as brute force. Collapse
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 14
  2. Negative: 12 out of 14
  1. Graphics and sound quality were especially impressive, but its gameplay flaws destroyed any possible greatness it might have had.
  2. The gameplay here sucks. It is heinous, hideous, and despicable. The game's presentation, though, does shine through and makes the game bearable.
  3. The game’s presentation is nothing less than excellent, and its graphics and sound are great too. On the other hand, the control and camera are awful, and the gameplay often fails to deliver on its lofty intentions.
  4. Stay away from Batman: Dark Tomorrow like it was a greatest hits CD of Christina Aguilera songs performed on an water-swollen oboe.
  5. If players can overcome the gloomy graphics, irritating camera, and puzzling gadgets, they can look forward to swinging from rooftop to rooftop, punching dozens of enemies using two moves over and over again, ducking behind walls like "Metal Gear Solid," and even taking to the skies in an awkward controlling Batglider.
  6. When you combine the stiff gameplay, muddy graphics, and clunky movement in the game's levels, Batman: Dark Tomorrow ends up feeling like it was thrown together with half-finished components.
  7. You'll find it almost unplayable thanks to both the worst camera and control in the history of video gaming.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 11
  2. Negative: 8 out of 11