Batman Video Game Trivia

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Welcome back to Batman Trivia of the Day. Yesterday I asked how many Batman video games have there been? I also asked if you can name them all. Including the new Batman: Arkham Knight I count 32 Batman video games, going all the way back to 1986 Batman released by Manchester based Ocean Software. After that was Batman: the Caped Crusader in 1988 also by Ocean Software. Then in 1989 came the Batman video game loosely based on the movie of the same year. Batman in late 1989 early 1990 for NES and Game Boy, Batman in July 1990 for Sega Genesis, Batman in October 1990 for PC Engine, Batman arcade game in 1990, 1991 Batman: Return of the Joker for NES Game Boy and Sega Genesis, 1992 Batman for Sega Genesis, 1993 Batman the Animated Series for Game Boy, 1994 The Adventures of Batman and Robin for SNES and Sega Genesis, 1995 Batman Forever, The Adventures of Batman and Robin Activity Center, Batman Forever: the Arcade Game, Batman and Robin for Playstation, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, Batman: Chaos in Gotham, Batman Gotham City Racer, 2001 Batman Vengeance, Batman: Dark Tomorrow, Batman Justice Unbalanced, Batman: Toxic Chill, Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu, Batman Begins, Lego Batman: The Videogame, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: The Brave and the Bold- the Video Game, Batman: Arkham City, Lego Batman 2- DC Super Heroes, Batman Arkham Origins, Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate.

Wow quite a long list! There are even more games that at least featured Batman in them. But we won’t get into that. Moving on to today’s Batman Trivia question, What issue did Ra’s al ghul first appear in, and what issue did Talia first appear in?

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