In a world where we have LEGO Batman games and the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham series, it’s hard to believe that a Batman video game was cancelled. Sadly this exactly what happened back in 2008, when Pandemic Studios (along with EA) cancelled the game Batman: The Dark Knight. The game was based off of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight film, and would have included most of the movie actors reprising their roles. The YouTube channel, DidYouKnowGaming (via CBM) gives us all of the details on the unreleased game. Check out the video down below!
It’s amazing how such a promising project (even with all of the bugs) never saw the light of day, but don’t worry this did’t keep the Dark Knight down for long. The very next year a little company named Rocksteady Studios released their video game titled, Batman: Arkham Asylum.
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