· review computeremuzone
John Ritman and Bernie Drummond revolutionized the 8-bit scene, going a bit further than where the Ultimate guys had come from in isometric games. Leaving aside their endearing and hyper-addicting Match Day I and II, they enjoyed enormous success with Batman and Head Over Heels
(both, like the previous ones, published by Ocean). With them, they won numerous accolades from critics and the public, leaving for posterity two masterpieces that would go down in programming history.
As for the Batman himself, your mission consisted of recovering, one by one, the pieces that made up your Batmobile, avoiding a multitude of enemies and dangers. An original idea.
The remake, one of the pioneers in the reconstruction scene, was created by Kakarot in 2000 for PC. With the help of The GGG in the graphic section, he was able to collect the essence of the original game, staying extremely faithful to it, while at the same time giving it that necessary modernity in any revision, thanks to the advances of new technologies. Without a doubt, one of the largest.
Subsequently, the game was converted to Game Boy Advance, without losing an iota of the original quality and thus becoming one of the best amateur games that I have been able to contemplate for the Nintendo laptop.
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