Telltale’s Batman series closes on an initial high, followed by something of a lull before the end. Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode Five on PC. The episode is a perfect amalgamation of everything that has worked so well in the series so far. Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 5 is a fantastic conclusion to this great series. Since August, Telltale has been weaving a much darker and wholly unique Batman story through its episodic series.

Is it more like The Dark Knight or is it The Dark Knight Rises? We finally reach the final episode of another one of Telltale's episodic adventures. Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 5 - City of Light is the finale to this final series that has Batman finally faces Lady Arkham and her goons. We review Realm of Shadows, the first episode of Batman: The Telltale Series. Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 5: City of Light Review. Batman: The Telltale Series is a 2016 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. It is also a massive improvement over its predecessors in a number of ways, and it takes the story began four episodes ago and ends it in a very satisfactory way.

The episode is another strong one, keeping up the trend of the latter installments in the series, but it doesn’t quite offer everything we might have wanted. Read on to find out. I've continued to insist that Batman: The Telltale Series has been one of the best that Telltale has given us, but it's going to be up to the final episode, City of Light, to determine how true that is. Genre: Point and Click Developed by: Telltale Games Published by: Telltale Games Release date: Episodic release from August 2nd through December 13th, 2016 Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC (Reviewed on PC) Price at time of review: $24.99 USD for the full series, Episode 1 FREE, so give it a whirl There's a chance that Batman… The game is based on Bob Kane and Bill Finger's Batman character, though not tied to any previous adaptation of the work in film or other media.