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'Batman: Dark Tomorrow' Screens

by Rainier on Sept. 7, 2001 @ 1:06 a.m. PDT

Kemco brings the extensive comic book universe of the Dark Knight Detective to the next generation of video game platforms with the action adventure game "Batman: Dark Tomorrow" for Nintendo’s GameCube.

Explosions echo throughout the mean streets of Gotham as rival gangs battle for control of the city. Anarchy reigns supreme with the sudden disappearance of Police Commissioner James Gordon and the lockdown of Arkham Asylum, home for the criminally insane. By using all of his skills, both mental and physical, as well as a variety of gadgets, Batman must stop the gang war, infiltrate Arkham Asylum and rescue the Commissioner. During this time, Batman must also piece together clues to discover the mastermind behind these seemingly unrelated events and stop an evil plan that threatens the fate of the entire world!

Kemco brings the extensive comic book universe of the Dark Knight Detective to the next generation of video game platforms with the action adventure game "Batman: Dark Tomorrow" for Nintendo’s GameCube. "Batman: Dark Tomorrow" is based on an original story by DC Comics and storyteller Kenji Terada ("Final Fantasy I ,II and ?" "Kamurai"). "Batman: Dark Tomorrow" will be available just in time for the hardware launch of the Nintendo GameCube in Europe.

"Batman: Dark Tomorrow" takes the player through Gotham City and beyond with six unique environments ("worlds") – from Gotham's tallest skyscrapers, to its deepest, darkest sewers to the ominous Arkham Asylum. The new GameCube hardware will allow the player to fully realize Batman's fighting techniques and intelligent puzzle solving skills, as well as his many awesome gadgets and devices.

Batman has been fighting crime, in several forms of media, for over sixty years. His story, introduced in the comics in 1939, has become one of legend. After witnessing the murder of both his parents as a young boy, multi-billionaire Bruce Wayne spent his life in pursuit of physical and mental perfection in order to wage an unrelenting war on crime. Adopting the form of a bat in order to strike terror into the hearts of criminals, who are "a superstitious, cowardly lot," Bruce Wayne, as The Batman, continues to fight to keep the streets of Gotham safe. Newspaper strips, a radio series, and live-action and animated TV and movies have followed. Batman will also be appearing as a member of the Justice League, launching on the Cartoon Network this fall.

Batman - Dark Tomorrow for Nintendo GameCube features an original story and state of the art GameCube graphics. Like Batman, gamers will need to use intellectual and physical skills to overcome challenging puzzles and battle Gotham City's worst criminals.

Batman - Dark Tomorrow for Nintendo GameCube is a sophisticated game filled with excitement, featuring one of the most popular comic book characters ever created.

  • An original Batman story line created by DC Comics!
  • Innovative graphics from some of Hollywood's best design firms
  • Breathtaking cut-scene cinematic sequences
  • Game design balances challenging puzzles with pulse pounding action sequences
  • Unleash amazing Utility belt gadgetry to elude or apprehend criminals
  • Stages include The Batcave, Gotham City, Underground Sewers, Arkhan Asylum and more
  • Take on Black Mask, The Ratcatcher, Killer Croc, Poison Ivy, Mr.Freeze, The Joker and other terrible foes.

Since its foundation in 1984, Kemco has produced over 100 titles for various platforms, including the popular "Top Gear" racing games and the "Crazy Castle" series. Kemco is one of the original Nintendo licensees and works closely with a number of intellectual property owners, including DC Comics, Warner Bros. and Universal Studios. Currently, Kemco's development teams are creating games for Nintendo's Next Generation platforms, as well as PlayStation 2 and the Microsoft X-Box.

DC Comics, a division of Warner Bros. an AOL Time Warner Company, is the largest English-language publisher of comics in the world and home to such iconic characters as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the Sandman. These DC superheroes and others have starred in comic books, movies, television series (both animated and live-action) and cyberspace, thrilling audiences of all ages for generations. DC Comics’ Web site is located HERE.

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