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'Batman: Dark Tomorrow' (NGC) - Screens

by Rainier on Nov. 14, 2002 @ 1:43 a.m. PST

Batman: Dark Tomorrow is a dynamic third person action adventure game filled with anticipation and danger. Containing 30 action-packed levels including Gotham City, Arkham Asylum, Gotham Dock and many more. Accompanied by an incredible 60 minutes of Full Motion Video, ardent Batman fans will not only love the game, but enjoy the movie like FMV that fully animates the DC Comic legendary characters.

Kemco brings the surreal world of the Dark Knight Detective to the next generation of video game platforms, with the action adventure game Batman: Dark Tomorrow. Containing originally crafted story lines by DC Comics, brilliantly written by DC Comics' star author, Scott Peterson and Kenji Terada. Heavily influenced by DC Comics' unique style, easily rivaling the quality of the Dark Knight comic series.

Kemco have presented a faithful adaptation of the Batman DC Comic series. Keeping in line with the original DC Comic characters, environments, story lines and history. Such authentic depictions of Gotham's most famous characters and environments have never been experienced before.

Visually the graphic detail is superb adding depth to the dynamic atmosphere presented to the gamer. The environments feature intricate detail offering a complex array of levels to explore. Graphically superior to any other Batman game on the market.

Batman: Dark Tomorrow promises to capture a gamers imagination, featuring intense gameplay combined with excellent graphical detail and the legendary DC Comic heritage. Watch this space as many secrets are still to be revealed about this title - a mystery character never seen before on any computer game will feature in Kemco's Batman: Dark Tomorrow.

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