79%Average from 10 reviews
Batman: The Enemy Within is an improvement on the first season in nearly every way, with enhanced combat sequences, a strong presentation and voice cast and an engrossing relationship between Batman and the Joker that produces some memorable and heart-wrenching moments that feel well-justified by the player’s choices up to those moments. A few slower-paced sequences hold the story and gameplay back...
The Enemy Within takes the most iconic relationship in comics and mines it for all its worth.
Telltale's second outing with the bat ends with a showstopper.
Episode 4 brings Bruce and Doe's tense relationship to a head.
“What Ails You” keeps the stakes high as Wayne continues to juggle numerous issues and relationships within the city of Gotham. While the short runtime can make this episode seem a bit more like filler, the usually stellar voice cast and key moments help keep the momentum up during the penultimate episode.
The Enemy Within continues to improve with each episode.
The Pact provides a highly compelling, Bruce Wayne-focused episode that continues to push the momentum of this season forward at a fast pace. The lack of common Telltale features may be a bit off-putting to some fans, but those eager to see Gotham’s diverse cast of characters at their best will find plenty to enjoy with The Pact.
The second episode of the new season is much more enjoyable than the first...if you're willing to suspend your disbelief
The Enigma offers plenty of teases for the season ahead while also improving upon the combat and presentation for Telltale’s take on the powerless superhero. Those mere hints are all that separate this episode from feeling like a standalone story, though, albeit an intriguing one at that. Once the full season comes into play, this debut episode may feel a little less out of place, but for now, The...
The Enigma lives up to its name of being difficult to understand from start to finish.