- BATMAN THE VIDEO GAME (VIDEO GAME ONLY)
- FOR THE 8-BIT NES SYSTEM (NES SYSTEM NOT INCLUDED)
- THIS IS NOT A WII GAME (NOT A WII GAME)
- GREAT FOR ALL AGES (BATMAN THE VIDEO GAME ONLY)
- ALL TIME CLASSIC (8-BIT NES VERSION)
This listing is for a Nes Video Game Version. Batman the Video game. Storyline: The citizens of GOTHAM CITY are busy planning the city’s 200th Anniversary Festival, but there is not much to celebrate. Crime and violence rule the city. The only man who can free the city from THE JOKER’S evil clutches is the one and only – BATMAN! With your help, the CAPED CRUSADER can defeat THE JOKER and save the good people of GOTHAM CITY. BATMAN is armed with special weapons and acrobatic strength. He must destroy 15 different types of enemies and 5 bosses, while traveling through 5 stages. Finally, BATMAN comes face-to-face with THE JOKER! But who will prevail? It’s up to you! –From the NES Batman instruction manual. Overview: Batman is based loosely on the Michael Keaton/Jack Nicholson movie. Batman is out to stop the Joker from terrorizing Gotham City. There are some cinema scenes between levels, that show the Batmobile driving around or confrontations with the Joker. The cut-scenes have nice graphics to look at. The in-game graphics are good, too. There are some quotes from the movie included, and much of the scenery came right from the movie, too, such as the Axis Chemical Plant, and Batman’s final showdown against the Joker in the clock tower. The sounds were also reminiscent of the movie. The controls were a little tricky at first, but easy to use once you get used to them. The ability to make Batman jump off the walls was a really fun feature. This platformer based on the movie was definitely an exception to the rule that all games based on movies are crappy.
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- George Clooney Signed Batman Cape Photo Video Proof
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This is an incredible 8×10 photo hand signed in person by George Clooney. Also shown is an optional upgrade to have the photo custom matted and framed to an overall size of 11×14 for an additional fee. This photo will arrive you to in a hard plastic protective display so you can protect, preserve, and show of this incredible authentic autographed piece of memorabilia. Find all your favorite autograph in-person collectibles, music memorabilia, and rare celebrity autograph signatures by viewing our other items. George Clooney Signed Batman Cape Photo Video Proof Authenticity Features: – A Certificate Of Authenticity COA will be included from UACC Registered Dealer #237 & 2011 UACC Autograph Dealer Of the Year documenting the autograph shown is authentic and a hand signed original. – A hand signed Lifetime Guarantee Of Authenticity is included. – A copy of the video footage of George signing for us is also included. Having documentation from a UACC Registered Dealer is the best in the industry. Membership of the UACC Registered Dealer program is exclusive to those who have proven themselves for having sold real in-person authentic autographs and each member’s items is policed to ensure authenticity. Each Registered Dealer is bound to follow a strict Code Of Ethics. Add that to the fact that the COA is from the 2011 UACC Autograph Dealer Of The Year and the autograph certification here is simply unbeatable.
- Condition: New
- Format: DVD
- Animated; Closed-captioned; Color; Dolby; DVD; Subtitled; Widescreen; NTSC
The Batman is an action-packed animated series that chronicles the life of Bruce Wayne and his alter-ego Batman who lands him in a variety of precarious situations. The newly anointed Caped Crusader of Gotham City confronts updated versions of familiar foes such as The Joker, The Penguin, Catwoman, Mr. Freeze and The Riddler. In this series, the Dark Knight takes his war on crime to the next level utilizing brand new Bat-gadgets and a 21st Century-styled Batmobile operated by his remote-controlled invention the “Batwave.” The Batman currently airs on Cartoon Network and Kids WB.