Telltale Games’ Batman gets stills and cast

Telltale Games has officially revealed four in game stills from its upcoming Batman venture and revealed the voice cast behind these beloved characters:

Bruce Wayne and Batman will be voiced by the infamously talented Troy Baker who has brought both Batman and the Joker to life before in previous games. As the voice of the Joker has not been revealed, can we expect Baker to undertake a one man double act? Having the same person voice both characters would highlight their dualism and hint at some interesting psychological themes.

Travis Willingham as Harvey Dent who has voiced both Superman and Lex Luthor, Superman and Gorilla Grodd in the past.

Erin Yvette as Vicki Vale, Mollie and Bonnie from the Walking Dead games.

Enn Reitel as Alfred Pennyworth, the Male Dunmer voice from Elder Scrolls Online and Edwin Jarvis from Marvel Heroes.

Murphy Guyer as Lieutenant James Gordon, from Billions and House of Cards.

Richard McGonagle as Carmine Falcone, Victor Sullivan from the Uncharted franchise.

Laura Bailey as Selina Kyle and Catwoman, Blaze the Cat and the animated Black Widow.

In the stills, we get two of Bruce and two of Batman. Bruce has a family portrait in the background of one and is seemingly posig for a business magazine while Batman is seen looking at the Batmobile and holding Catwoman. Could this represent the conflicting ideals of the two sides to the Bat-persona?

Furthermore, this all but confirms that Twoface is to be the primary antagonist of atleast epiode one and with the confirmation of two characters who are typically love interests of Bruce, I imagine the first episode will be all about duality. Choosing Vikki Vale or Catwoman, spending more time as Batman or Bruce Wayne. An allusion to the Joker would fit nicely at the end of such an episode.

 

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