On paper, someone may view it as being a lopsided fight. On one side, there is Batman who by the way is a very ordinary guy and has lots of cash to waste on gadgets. On the other side, there is Superman who is an alien-like man with the ability to fly and lift metals of hundreds of tones.
So here we have a guy with a grappling hook fighting against an alien-like man that can flatten a tanker by just making good use of his pinky. Wow! That is really fair.
These two titans clash in the long awaited Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which Zack Snyder has directed. The two turn out to be evenly matched, which can be attributed to the reluctance of Superman in squashing Batman as though he is a bug, and also the tricks that Batman has that prove useful. Their video game counterparts lack the same.
Superhero games have always been a mixture of outcomes. Some will do justice to the costumed crime fighters while others will tend to be awful.
But as much as they may be unbalanced, pitching Batman against Superman in the same video game is clearly an unfair matching. It is a one-sided affair, probably not as much as you would expect.
Although last year’s Batman: Arkham Knight on current-generation consoles and PCs was a better-looking game and featured a driveable Batmobile (for better or for worse), this series reached its pinnacle with the previous instalment. Awesome visuals, slick combat and a real devotion to the source material made Arkham City not just the best Batman game of all time, but possibly the best superhero game.
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