'Batman: The Telltale Series' Ep. 4 Reviews, News & Updates: After The Hype, Did The Joker Fall Short of Expectation? More Details

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Dec 02, 2016 07:24 PM EST
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"Batman: The Telltale Series" Episode 4 has recently crawled out in the open and with it, fans have officially spoken on their thoughts on the said continuity. As it comes naturally, there are those that may have not liked the entirety of it, while there are those that see how it will possibly be something to look forward to.

As some may know, Episode 3 of "Batman: The Telltale Series" left fans hanging slightly off and quite disappointed. After Bruce Wayne was left drugged and angry, episode 4 or "Guardian of Gotham" may or may not change the way that fans see the direction of the series. This, of course, can still be changed by others.

Previous reports and reviews for "Batman: The Telltale Series" claim that the previous installments established quite the standard, especially when it comes to the villains' revelations. Given that they are the backbone of the storyline, the antagonists are apparently being given a slow introduction to the story. For the said episode. Bruce Wayne finds himself locked with the Clown Prince of Crime himself-and though this may be good, others still see a minor flaw.

Reviews claim that "Batman: The Telltale Series" fell quite short on following up the reputation of The Joker himself, especially as he is the Dark Knight's mortal foe. The attention paid to the rest of the characters who are not as immensely popular was quite disappointing-given that the Joker is the promise from the beginning. Nonetheless, some defend "Guardian of Gotham" still being a great episode if not perfect.

It was said that Selina Kyle's participation was quite scarce, while Penguin's plot was not merely delivered well and Harvey Dent sticks to his villainous self. Without spoiling much of the entire episode, "Batman: The Telltale Series" Episode 4 gives a gradual inching forward to the season finale. Overall, it was said that the characters were not as well-played now compared to how they were in the past.

Do you think that "Batman: The Telltale Series" is slipping off the radar? Or is there a surprise waiting in the end? Stay locked for further news and updates here at GamenGuide.

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