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The Switch Version Of Batman: The Telltale Series Will Be All 5 Episodes Of The First Season

An Amazon listing for the recently announced Switch version of Batman: The Telltale Series has offered clarification on what episodes would be included. According to the listing, the Switch version will come with all 5 episodes of the first season. It does not include Batman: The Enemy Within, which is the second season. The second season recently started, so it’s likely Telltale isn’t ready to bring it over to the Switch just yet. Still, if you want to catch up on the first season, you’ll be able to do so. Here what the Amazon listing description says:

Enter the fractured psyche of Bruce Wayne in this dark and violent new story from the award-winning creators of The Walking Dead – A Telltale Games Series, and discover the powerful and far-reaching consequences of your choices as the Dark Knight. As Batman, you’ll encounter classic allies and adversaries, and as Bruce, you’ll learn the true meaning of what it means to be the man behind the cowl. Batman – The Telltale Series comes to retail on Nintendo Switch and includes all five episodes of the first season.

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  1. I’m confused why anybody would have thought Season 2 episodes would be on there? I was under the assumption that it would just be S1 on the first release anyway. Season 2 will come later no doubt.

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  2. Watching someone play this on YouTube caused me to get interested in watching the Christian Bale Dark Knight trilogy. So I watched them and HATED them. Shame on this game. Though the Angry Video Game Nerd always influenced my desire to watch those movies. After disliking those, I doubt I could ever become a Batman fan.

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    1. You have horrible fucking taste good sir, pretty sure you must be a Marvel’s head, if the Heroe has depth, the villains are intricating, full of back story(that form during the movies, god tier moves), the movie is bad now? I hate this generation of Marvel’s heads

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      1. King Kalas X3 {I only buy exclusives that interest me on Switch. For everything else that interests me, there is PS4.} says:

        Meh. They both have their strong suits. Mostly Marvel, though, since they took time to build their cinematic universe even though they were missing 3 of their biggest franchises of Fantastic 4, X-Men, & Spider-Man. DC have the movie rights to all of their stuff if I’m not mistaken yet it’s all a big mess right now because they are rushing it with Batman being around & active for what I assume has been at least 2-3 decades while most others have only just started being super heroes. I’m hoping they make it work, though, as I’ve enjoyed all the current movies of the DC cinematic universe. Marvel needs some competition so they don’t get complacent so they will strive to continue to do great. Competition creates a much better product than without it.

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      2. Though nobody will probably ever see this reply, I don’t really care for ANY superhero movies (if you call Batman a superhero, since he has no powers). I just wanted to give this trilogy a chance, since (from what I remember) it seemed like I didn’t mind the 2 Michael Keaton Batman films from way back. But these ones…..ugh! First, I am NOT a comic book fan, and I don’t know the difference between DC or Marvel. So when I watched these, I just watched them for the movies they were. No real expectations.

        The Joker is the only villain in this trilogy that I’m familiar with (though I’ve heard of Two Face). I found Batman himself (Christian Bale) to be a wimp, for the most part. Even with his armored suit, it seemed like pretty much everyone he fought got the best of him. I guess he was just too mortal to suit me. And I also kept getting lost and confused with every movie. They were so boring that each movie took me 2 or 3 days to watch. I couldn’t stay interested.

        I wouldn’t doubt hating the new Wonder Woman movie when I watch it as well. Even though everyone praises it. Though at least she has super powers.

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    2. King Kalas X3 {I only buy exclusives that interest me on Switch. For everything else that interests me, there is PS4.} says:

      Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy isn’t for everyone. The first two Tim Burton Batman films are still the best ever even if they aren’t exactly true to the comics either. Batman Forever was okay as it still felt sort of like the first two but it was definitely turning into camp. Batman & Robin is even worse, though. Only watch that movie if you are expecting a comedy. If you expect it to be anything else, you are gonna be sorely disappointed.

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