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'Batman : Dark Tomorrow' For PS2/Xbox Confirmed - First Screens

by Rainier on April 24, 2002 @ 7:42 p.m. PDT

­Kemco officially confirms today that Batman: Dark Tomorrow, initially slated for the Nintendo GameCube, will roar onto to the PS2 and the Xbox this fall. HotGen Studios Limited is developing the PS2 and Xbox versions, while the GameCube version is being developed internally by Kemco, as well as other global partners.

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."

Batman is one of the most popular comic book characters ever created and we want to bring a title to next generation platforms that does justice to this legend, said Glenn Halseth Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Kemco. "Our goal is to create a game with groundbreaking stealth animation elements that is leaps and bounds above any other Batman title to date."

About Kemco
Since 1984, Kemco has produced over 100 titles including the popular Top Gear racing games and Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle series for a wide variety of video game platforms. An original Nintendo licensee, Kemco works closely with DC Comics, Warner Bros. and Universal Studios on ongoing video game projects

BATMAN and all related characters, names, and indicia are trademarks of DC Comics © 2002.

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