Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 3: New World Order for PC
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Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 3: New World Order

Oct 25, 2016
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About this game

Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Penguin's brutal attack broadcast on live TV has left Gotham City reeling. As Bruce and Batman, you'll dig deeper into the web of intrigue surrounding the newly revealed Children of Arkham. Meanwhile, behind closed doors, the mysterious Selina Kyle reveals more of herself to Bruce. And in the aftermath of the attack, Bruce’s friend and Gotham’s new mayor, Harvey Dent, is a deeply changed man. Who can be trusted when the future of Bruce Wayne - and the Batman - could be determined by the flip of a coin?

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Critic Reviews

14 Reviews
7.10
Becca S.Oct 25, 2016
Despite the small issues that we’ve come to expect from Telltale titles, they really are at the top of their game with this new series. Whilst technically their games may not be perfect, Telltale have always excelled at storytelling and Batman: The Telltale Series certainly does not disappoint thus far. Their ability to make players care so deeply for characters in a matter of minutes is unparalleled and Batman is no exception.
Chris CarterOct 26, 2016
But the narrative picks up the slack, and despite a slow start, it builds into a nice crescendo and naturally, a cliffhanger. Batman: A Telltale Games Series: New World Order keeps up the status quo, with slightly enhanced screentime for Bats. That's not a bad thing though, so if you've been enjoying yourself so far or fancy yourself a Batman person, three out of five good episodes so far is a safe bet.
Kyle HansonOct 25, 2016
Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 3 "New World Order" is a weaker episode, but with a series this strong that isn't saying too much. Technical issues are still a problem, but the storytelling and acting more than make up for it. The episode could have used more punch and less of a cliffhanger ending, but it serves its purpose well in transitioning us from the explosive second episode and toward the apparent endgame of the final two entries.