We noted in our feature for TellTale’s Batman last year that the game would be taking the Dark Knight in a very different direction in its first season, one that added some new flavor to his rogue gallery and even brought Bruce Wayne’s family into the fold in a unique way. The 2nd season, The Enemy
The trailer shows off a much darker version of The Riddler, one with contraptions that look to reach levels of violence used by the Saw franchise’s Jigsaw. Riddler and Jigsaw are very similar in how their actions revolve around essentially “playing a game” with their victims, so this isn’t too far-fetched. James Windeler, the lead writer for Enemy Within, reveals an additional unique twist on another staple in Batman’s rogue gallery as well.
TellTale’s modern games are known for allowing players to influence the story’s direction and relationships with NPCs with major decisions that are made for actions or dialogue. The Enemy Within team is taking this to a new level by using the player decisions to shape John Doe aka the “proto-Joker” as he’s called internally at TellTale.
“We want fans to know that their relationship with John Doe (and eventually, the Joker) is something they’ll be affecting
The clear distinction between John and Joker could hint at him not actually becoming the infamous villain but