- Enjoy the Story, Skip the Game: Consensus is that the gameplay is rather bad, but the cutscenes and story themselves are praised as being very faithful to the tone of the Batman mythos.
- Hilarious in Hindsight:
- This would not be the last time The Joker would take over Arkham Asylum in a video game; though the second time he did it resulted in what was largely regarded as the best Batman game ever made (up until its own sequel came out, anyway.)
- Dark Tomorrow was originally pitched as an open world sandbox Batman game before a massive dose of Executive Meddling kicked in. We finally got our open world Batman game... In the sequel to the game referenced directly above.
- Memetic Mutation: As popularised by Rerez's review of the game, Batman's unintentionally humorous death grunt if he falls off a building or into a deathpit.Batman: NNNNNNNNNNNNNUUUNNGGGHHHH.
- Narm: While most of the voice acting is serviceable, the Joker's voice can be described as if he's constantly on the verge of transforming from a sub-par Mark Hamill soundalike into a demonic SpongeBob.
- Batman's Big "NO!" during the Bad Ending is also a great measure of unintentionally hilarious; mostly for how melodramatic it is with him falling to his knees and yelling it to the ceiling, complete with crazy jazz hands.
YMMV / Batman: Dark Tomorrow