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    Default Adventures of Batman & Robin: A Sega CD Landmark

    Although not widely acclaimed, The Adventures of Batman & Robin for the Sega CD bears one memorable distinction: over 16 minutes of exclusive animated cut scenes that many feel constitute a "lost episode" of sorts. Lucky for you, Sega-16 has them all for your enjoyment, as well as some neat info on their history and development. Check out the article for more info.
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    As much as a I hate the game, I'll give it a higher regard for it's exclusive fmv, and having so much of it.
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    Hey! Didn't know you were doing this...great article, and it was intriguing to read all the history you dug up. Thanks for taking my suggestion!

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    I'm really at a lost to wonder why exactly Sega felt the need to release the same games that were available on the Megadrive and publish them on the Sega CD. Regardless if it contained FMV or not it must have been a great loss on a commericial sense for them in the long run although it is fun for collectors to obtain these games.

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    It's a different game, and it's NOT an FMV game.

    Maybe I'll give this another chance..
    The smell of scorched oil hangs in the air as a premonition of danger, while the engine gloriously shouts its war cry...

    Throughout history, suspicion has always bred conflict. The real conflict, though, resides in people's hearts. This conflict has just begun.

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    youre right,it has 3d race and fly levels and FMv,s I still prefer the MD version above the mdcd version.aldo the md cd isnt bad it shows some decent graphics.

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