- If you are looking for the original game, see Batman Forever.
Batman Forever is an arcade game based on the movie of the same name that was released in 1996. It was ported to the Sega Saturn, the PlayStation, and PC-compatible computers as Batman Forever: The Arcade Game.
Batman and Robin team up together in this Final Fight-style beat-em-up game. Take on various thugs and gang members of Gotham City as you head for the face-off against Two-Face and the Riddler. A few of the weapons that can be used throughout the game are the Bat-a-rang, Batrope, Gas Gun, and the Metal Cutter. When a platform is higher than your character can jump, fire the Batrope upwards. Debris can be picked up and thrown. There are also bat symbols which can be picked up to power up character up to three times. Environment has some interactivity. For example player can pull down sections of roof in one stage and bystanders and cars attack occasionally.
The game game has an average of 47% for PC, 52% for PlayStation, 55% for Saturn.
Sega Saturn Boxart
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