Cornshaq Presents: Play It Through Uncut – Batman (NES)

Just when you thought we wouldn’t grasp at a chance for another popularity tie-in with the new Batman movie coming out in a few weeks, The Dark Knight, you came here and saw Cornshaq himself give a playthrough of the “classic” Batman NES game! The always appropriately-titled “Colon: The Video Game” name treatment scores another for licensed games everywhere.

Just plain honesty here from us and Cornshaq, there’s no other possible explanation for this to be picked to be played other than a tie-in; sure the game is not great, but it’s not really horrible either. So that makes it strictly unnotable, right? Maybe, but there’s still some bit of fun to be had. For some background information, the game was made by Sunsoft in 1989 and is loosely based upon the Burton-movie of the same name. It’s fairly interesting to note that the game was released to numerous consoles, but all versions were different from each other.

… Is all of this really that interesting? Can you explain why Batman seemingly fires off a gun? I sure can’t! We’ll just sign off this entry as “moderately informative” while Corn handles the rest of the info about the game.

Has there ever really been a great Batman game? Because this game here sure doesn’t meet that criteria. Maybe LEGO Batman will change the opinions there being no great Batman games. Or maybe it’s just another templated LEGO game with subpar controls? We will just have to wait and see.

Just check out that “Robin” search tag, now that’s a reach. Someone is going to be confused when they are searching for birds or tips for robbing banks when they end up finding this entry. Oh well, enjoy the video, bird-enthusiasts and criminals!

More articles from yours truly and others are coming soon to the site, so don’t worry about that. So just stick with us and be patient if you could, you’ll be satisfied!

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