The Adventures Of Batman and Robin video game was a 16 bit title which had multiple genres depending on what game system it was on. The Adventures Of Batman and Robin also had multiple developers which varied on which version of the game one purchased between the SNES, Sega CD, Sega Genesis and Game Gear. The SNES version of the ‘94 Batman & Robin game was developed by Konami and the Sega CD & Genesis versions were developed by Clockwork Tortoise. The Game Gear version of the ‘94 Batman & Robin title was created by Novotrade. The Genesis version of the Adventures Of Batman and Robin was arguably more superior than the other ports. In terms of graphics the Genesis version of the Batman & Robin game from ‘94 seemed like it was ahead of its time; mainly due to the pseudo 3D effects that was included in each level. The co-op gameplay feature was also a significant improvement in comparison to previous Genesis installments from ‘90-‘91. The Adventures Of Batman and Robin saw Mr. Freeze as the main villain similar to that of the movie which came out a few years later in 1997. However, the plot for the ‘94 Batman & Robin game was slightly different than the movie from 1997.
While Mr. Freeze ultimate goal was to freeze Gotham City in both the game and the movie; the ‘94 video game included villains that were not present in the movie years later like The Joker, Two-Face and Mad Hatter. The Genesis version had four different levels each with various stages consisting of run n gun and side scrolling shooter gameplay. At the end of each stage players had to take part in boss battles before reached the final boss Mr. Freeze in the end. The SNES version of the ‘94 Batman & Robin game was more of an action-platformer which was closer to the animated series which began in 1992. The Sega CD version of the Adventures Of Batman and Robin impressed many people because it featured animated cutscenes despite its repetitive gameplay. Everyone has their own respective opinions about the Adventures Of Batman and Robin video game. While there are critics who believe the Batman and Robin ‘94 video game is repetitive and more difficult it has any business being; other see the Genesis the Sega CD versions as entertaining classics from the mid 90’s.