Batman: The Enemy Within
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Batman: The Enemy Within (NSP, XCI) ROM + v1.0.3 Update + DLC

Batman: The Enemy Within SWITCH ROM - In this latest installment by the renowned studio behind Batman – The Telltale Series, Bruce Wayne and Batman find themselves thrust into precarious new roles.

App Name Batman: The Enemy Within
Genres Adventure, Role-Playing
Realese Year 2018
Image Format NSP, XCI
Region USA
Latest Version 1.0.3
Language Chinses, English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Required Firmware 9.2.0
File Size 11GB

Batman: The Enemy Within is an episodic point-and-click graphic adventure video game developed and published by Telltale Games and distributed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment under its DC Entertainment label, based on the DC Comics character Batman.

The game is a sequel to 2016’s Batman: The Telltale Series. It received positive reviews and is viewed as an improvement over the original. The game’s depiction of the Joker (and the ability to stop him from becoming a villain) is singled out for praise.

Batman: The Enemy Within

Though Telltale Games shut down in 2018, the licenses for the Batman and The Enemy Within games were acquired by Athlon Games, and both games were rereleased by LCG Entertainment under a new Telltale Games label as the combined “Shadows Edition” in December 2019.

As a ruthless federal agent enters the scene and the enigmatic Joker resurfaces, both Batman and Bruce Wayne must navigate treacherous alliances. Bruce embarks on a perilous web of deceit. Whom among Batman’s newfound allies will you deem trustworthy? And how far will you allow Bruce to descend into the depths of darkness?

Batman: The Enemy Within


Like most Telltale games, the game features a similar episodic format found in other titles (such as Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, and Tales from the Borderlands). The player controls Bruce Wayne and his alter-ego Batman, with the game evenly split for both characters. The game features a branching narrative, similar to past Telltale games, giving the player options in approaching a situation and having that choice affect later events in the game. If the player had played the previous game, choices made, such as saving certain characters or stopping a criminal, may also be imported, though the game can be played as a standalone title. The game includes action sequences that are resolved similarly to Telltale’s other games, using quick-time events. The series also includes investigation sequences, allowing the player to use Batman’s detective skills to investigate areas. Sections of the game also present situations to the player where they may choose to approach Bruce Wayne or Batman. Crowd Play, a feature implemented in the predecessor, also returns for The Enemy Within, allowing streamers to let their audience interact with their session with the game.

Batman: The Enemy Within


The Enemy Within is set in the same Batman continuity introduced in Batman: The Telltale Series, which took place several years into Batman’s career. Like the previous installment, the game is set during the mid-to-late 2010s in Gotham City, primarily the Batcave, Wayne Enterprises, and Gotham City Police Headquarters. The game also follows the events of the previous game, taking place between a couple of months to a year after these events. The player once again assumes control of Bruce Wayne / Batman (Troy Baker), a billionaire who secretly fights crime in Gotham City. His butler and former legal guardian Alfred Pennyworth (Enn Reitel), Police Commissioner James Gordon (Murphy Guyer), and Wayne Enterprises Chief of Technology Lucius Fox (Dave Fennoy) return to assist Batman in the field. The game introduces “The Agency”, a mysterious government organization with an agenda led by the ruthless Amanda Waller (Debra Wilson).

New supporting characters are introduced, including Special Agent Iman Avesta (Emily O’Brien), one of the Agency’s operatives and a fan of Batman, and Tiffany Fox (Valarie Rae Miller), the daughter of Lucius and an employee at Wayne Enterprises. “John Doe” (Anthony Ingruber) and Selina Kyle / Catwoman (Laura Bailey) also return, now members of a group of criminals called “the Pact”. Other members of the group include Riddler (Robin Atkin Downes), Bane (JB Blanc), Dr. Victor Fries / Mr. Freeze (Matthew Mercer), and Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn (Laura Post). Detective Renee Montoya (Sumalee Montano), Reporter Jack Ryder (Robert Clotworthy), and Wayne Enterprises Chairwoman Regina Zellerbach (Lorri Holt) return with smaller roles within the series. New minor characters introduced include Police Detective Harvey Bullock (Keith Szarabajka), Agency operative Vernon Blake (Christian Lanz), international arms dealer Rumi Mori (Keone Young), Riddler’s second-in-command Eli Knable (Alex Hernandez), and Stacked Deck patrons Frank Dumfree and Willy Deever (Kirk Thornton and Dave B. Mitchell respectively).

Batman: The Enemy Within

A year after defeating the Children of Arkham, Bruce Wayne witnesses the return of the Riddler to Gotham while investigating arms dealer Rumi Mori. Batman, Commissioner Gordon, and the GCPD fail to capture Riddler, and the investigation is taken over by the mysterious Agency, led by Amanda Waller. Riddler leaves behind a puzzle box for Batman. When Lucius Fox investigates the puzzle at Bruce’s request, he is killed by a homing missile summoned by a signal emitted from the device. At Lucius’s funeral, Bruce reunites with Arkham patient John Doe, who offers to help Bruce track down Riddler if Bruce agrees to meet his friends, known as “the Pact”. Following John’s tip to Riddler’s lair, Batman and Gordon deduces that Riddler is targeting Agency operatives with missiles he had purchased from Mori.  Batman apprehends Riddler, who reveals he is also a member of the Pact, but Riddler is shot dead by an unknown person. Waller assumes control of Gotham law enforcement. With Riddler, her previous lead to the Pact, dead, she reveals she knows Batman’s secret identity and blackmails him to infiltrate the Pact as Bruce.

After Batman fails to stop Bane from raiding a GCPD armory, Bruce establishes a friendship with John to infiltrate the Pact through him. Harley Quinn demands Bruce prove himself by stealing an electronic skeleton key from Wayne Enterprises. Bruce succeeds but arouses suspicion from Lucius’s daughter Tiffany. After convincing fellow Pact members Bane and Mr. Freeze to trust him, Bruce accompanies them as they raid an Agency convoy and recover Riddler’s preserved body. Catwoman revealed to be a former associate of Riddler, helps Bruce and John uncover SANCTUS, a rogue faction of the Agency with which Riddler was formerly involved. From Riddler’s laptop, the Pact tracks down their target: the hidden SANCTUS lab in Gotham. Tipped off by Tiffany, Gordon arrests Bruce for colluding with the Pact, but Waller intervenes and has Gordon dismissed. Just before their raid on SANCTUS, the Pact suspects a mole, and Bruce is forced to give up either himself or Catwoman as the traitor. Bruce, as himself or Batman, foils the raid, but Harley escapes with a sample of a biological weapon known as the Lotus virus.

Batman: The Enemy Within

From a captive Mr. Freeze, Bruce and Waller’s aide Iman Avesta learn that the Lotus virus was a failed SANCTUS project, with Riddler the only survivor of its experiments. The Pact planned to use Riddler’s blood to convert the virus into a healing serum and cure their various ailments, while Waller planned to use it to make them serve her. Avesta, suspicious of Waller, destroys Riddler’s preserved blood. John reluctantly agrees to help track Harley, but when Bruce discovers him surrounded by agents he has killed, John claims he acted in self-defense, and the player must decide whether to trust him or arrest him. Depending on the choice made, John either helps bring in Harley or helps her escape. Weeks later, John reemerges as the Joker, either a vigilante with a twisted sense of morality or a villain colluding with Harley to exact revenge on Bruce for “betraying” him.

The former scenario follows Batman, Joker, and Avesta as they collaborate against the corrupt Agency, now in control of the Pact and Catwoman, until Joker, frustrated with Batman’s non-lethal policy, kidnaps and attempts to kill Waller. The latter scenario has Harley distributing the Lotus virus across Gotham in an attempt to recreate the healing serum from another survivor’s blood, while Joker pits Bruce against Gordon, Tiffany, Alfred, and Selina Kyle in cruel games of trust. In either setting, Bruce learns that Tiffany was the one who assassinated Riddler and eventually defeated Joker. Waller pulls the Agency out of Gotham and vows to protect Bruce’s identity in gratitude. Alfred resigns from Bruce’s employ, disillusioned by the effects Batman has had on Gotham, and Bruce either abandons his Batman identity or lets Alfred leave. In the post-credits scene, Joker either plots his revenge against Bruce in Arkham Asylum or is visited by him there.

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