We all remember the famous movie Batman Returns which was released in theaters worldwide in 1989. While the movie for Batman Returns was well liked by many people following its release the video game was also considered to be very popular along with being one of the 16-bit titles of its time. When video game movie of Batman Returns was developed in 1992 it was released for a variety of game consoles including the Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, Mega-CD, NES and Game Gear. Out of all of the video game releases many people would argue that the Super Nintendo version of Batman Returns was probably the best. The Super Nintendo version of Batman Returns not only had detailed graphics but it also included special gameplay which facilitated between beat em up and 2D side scrolling action. While the beat em up levels of Batman Returns looked pretty cool and resembled games such as the Final Fight series the 2D side scrolling stages seemed somewhat constrictive since players were more limited in their actions.
The 2D side scrolling levels were tough to complete since players could only attack using weapons like the batarang and smart bombs. Also, the battle against the Penugin is very difficult since players were limited in their actions along with the fact that almost every boss in this game seemed tough to defeat. Some people might argue that Catwoman was easier to defeat than the Penugin which is saying a lot. Even though, Catwoman is a difficult boss in this game that players must battle more than once she is probably easier to defeat than the Penugin since Batman is with more freedom to move around the level. When people start playing Batman Returns for the first time they are most likely to be impressed by numerous aspects of the game from the intro all the way down to the character and stage designs of this title. Batman Returns for the SNES is probably one of the coolest games that Konami has made among many in the early 90’s. While the NES and the Sega Genesis versions of Batman Returns are cool in their own respective ways many would argue that the SNES version was the most superior version of the game overall.