ⓘ Batman: The Brave and the Bold – The Videogame

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ⓘ Batman: The Brave and the Bold – The Videogame

Batman: The Brave and the Bold – The Videogame is a 2010 video game based on the comic book character Batman and the television cartoon series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. It was developed by WayForward Technologies and distributed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It was released on September 7, 2010, for the Wii and Nintendo DS.

                                     

1. Gameplay

Batman: The Brave and The Bold – The Videogame is a side-scroller beat em up/platformer with 2D animated visuals based on those of the cartoon series. Each level is presented as an episode and features Batman teaming up with one of several superheroes, including Plastic Man, Robin, Green Lantern and Aquaman, to stop various supervillains. Players have access to several gadgets and can also summon another Jump-In Hero to perform a powerful attack. As the enemies are defeated, coins can be collected. They can be used to upgrade the various gadgets, making them more powerful.

The Nintendo DS version is a single-player game in which the player switches control between Batman and the available hero, using each of their abilities to progress through each level. Players with both versions of the game can control Bat-Mite in the Wii version via Nintendo DS connectivity.

                                     

2. Development

The video game was developed under the direction of Adam Tierney, while working closely with Warner Bros. Animation. When pitching the idea to Warner Bros., they framed it as a playable cartoon. The intent was to replace extended cut-scenes with exhaustive dialogue in lieu of over 400 pages of quips and gags, and the occasional plot beat, that played out during the gameplay.

                                     

3. Voice cast

  • Corey Burton - Red Tornado, Museum Guide, Weather Wizard
  • James Arnold Taylor - Green Arrow, Guy Gardner
  • John DiMaggio - Aquaman, Gorilla Grodd, Iron Heights Penitentiary Warden
  • Tom Kenny - Plastic Man
  • Greg Ellis - Gentleman Ghost
  • Steven Blum - Captain Cold, Heat Wave
  • Dee Bradley Baker - Clock King, Copperhead
  • Andrea Romano - Batcomputer, Various voices
  • Kevin Michael Richardson - Astaroth
  • Will Friedle - Blue Beetle
  • Grey DeLisle - Black Canary, Arisia Rrab
  • William Katt - Hawkman
  • Gary Anthony Williams - Mongul
  • Xander Berkeley - Sinestro
  • Nika Futterman - Catwoman
  • Crawford Wilson - Robin
  • Tom Everett Scott - Booster Gold
  • Paul Reubens - Bat-Mite
  • Andy Milder - Flash
  • Diedrich Bader - Batman, Kilowog
  • Thomas F. Wilson - Catman
  • Loren Lester - Hal Jordan
  • R. Lee Ermey - Wildcat
  • Tatyana Yassukovich - Morgaine le Fey
  • Jeff Bennett - Captain Marvel, Proto-Bot
  • James Remar - Two-Face
  • Bumper Robinson - Black Lightning


                                     

4. Reception

GameRankings gave the game a score of 73% for the Wii version and 74% for the DS version; while Metacritic gave it a score of 70 out of 100 for the Wii version and 74 out of 100 for the DS version.

IGN gave the Wii version a score of 6.5, saying its too repetitive for $40, while the DS version received a score of 7.5, saying "it wont last long, but its satisfying." 1UP.com gave the Wii version a B+ rank, saying "while it errs a bit too much toward simplicity, The Brave And The Bold is a great family-friendly Batman game." GameSpot gave the Wii version a 7, calling it entertaining, if lacking challenge. GameTrailers gave the game a score of 7.5. GameSpot also awarded this game an award for "Best Use of a Creative License" in 2010.

                                     
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