Batman Returns (NES)
Batman Returns is a 1992 beat 'em up video game for various platforms based on the film of the same name. The Sega console versions (i.e. Sega Genesis, Sega CD, Master System and Game Gear) were published by Sega while the NES and Super NES versions were developed and published by Konami. The MS-DOS and Amiga versions were also published by Konami, but were developed by Spirit of Discovery and Denton Designs respectively. An Atari ST version by Konami was also advertised, but never released. There is also an Atari Lynx version, published by Atari Corporation.
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The whole game was composed by Shigemasa Matsuo, in collaboration with Takashi Tateishi, who were sound designers of Konami. He arranged a few pieces of Danny Elfman's soundtrack, and it painstakingly written in assembly.
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- Game Credits:
The game's credits are displayed upon completion of the game. As per usual, the staff used aliases per Konami. Both sound designers have identified themselves as working on the game. Otsumami means Snack, and Shigemasa Matsuo used this alias frequently throughout his career. It is unknown what Tateishi's alias refers to, but it could be a type of car or instrument.
According to Tateishi, he only did the game's sound effects.
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