The lights are on
Back in 1995, Warner Bros. launched an all-out marketing assault surrounding the release of Batman Forever. Music videos by Seal and U2 that featured clips from the movie were all over MTV, a dedicated comic was made, and McDonald's offered several limited-edition glass mugs featuring characters from the film. Of course, video games were part of the marketing package as well. Games based on the movie came to 16-bit consoles and the arcade, the latter of which found its way to Playstation in late 1996. We decided to give it a try as this week's episode of Replay, and it's certainly something...special?
Watch below to see Andrew Reiner, Tim Turi, Jeff Cork and myself relive the glory of the Schumacher era of Batman.
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Probably the funniest replay in awhile. also it deserves an 8/10 just for the pirouetting batmans
Robin doesn't have a walk animation
I love how Robin doesn't actually walk. He just sort of glides :)
Boom. Haha, hilarious!
you have to do a super replay of that whenever you guys suggest a super replay i ignore but not THIS MUST BE DONE!!
I own the four glasses. Still use em' too. Lol.
This was a fantastic replay!
Ohh I though this was the Sega genesis version. The one where everytime you start the game you hear Tommy Lee Jones say "If the Batman wants to play! We'll Play!"
I'm the *** Batman.
That WAS awesome... Batman and some crazy happenings. Clearly winners use drugs.
Also, Super Replays.