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A somewhat odd but reasonably effective tie-in to the 1989 Tim Burton film, Atari's Batman is a hybrid beat-em-up that combines fairly typical platform-based punching and kicking with interstitial driving and flying levels that add some variety to the formula. Batman leans into the camp of its source material, with copious digitized images and voices from the movie that help liven it up between dispatching scores of generic henchmen and the occasional boss (including multiple run-ins with the Joker himself). Our favorite brooding man-bat feels surprisingly vulnerable, but the graphics are pretty good for its era despite uneven animations, and without the bothersome need to keep pumping in quarters, it's a fun throwback to the dawn of the 90s.

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