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I'm not so sure about this one:
Firstly, I think Not So Stoic might be a better choice, since this trope's more about a Straight Man succumbing to wackiness rather than what seems to be discussed here. Secondly, several of these things seem to be framed as mistakes on Batman's part when they arguably aren't, really; 'going with the flow' in a place where most people want to kill you and 'taking orders' from them is a pretty good way of ending up dead, the Boss Fight with Freeze is initiated less because of pride but more because Freeze is holding a gun to his head by denying him the cure, trusting The Joker seems like a big mistake from the start and in an environment where 99% of the people around you want to kill you, being suspicious of people unless given a solid reason not to be is arguably just common sense.
The 'Talia' example, I've no problem with; that's clearly an example of Batman letting his emotions get the better of him and succumbing to the stress of his situation, leading him to make poor decisions. The example when Batman interrogates Freeze in a potentially lethal fashion is also a good one, since that arguably leads to Freeze doing the exact same thing to Batman when the tables are turned, which in turn leads to more chaos. The others, however, I have to question.
Why is Mr Freeze listed as a final exam boss? From what I remember, he shows up barely after halfway through the game, and it says on the page that they're the final boss.
I changed it to say Midterm Exam Boss, which works better.
Eh, I add some note on Easter Egg about Zsasz phonecall two days ago. Could anyone tell me why it was edit out?
Because it's a side mission, not an Easter Egg.
I did not talk about the session that you need to manually track down his signal. I'm talking about the first time that Batman received the phonecall from Zsasz. The one BEFORE you have to track down his signal.
The first time he call, you will see his name, profile along with list of phone number on the upper right of the screen. If you push up or down on d-pad,the screen will show more info about Zsasz profile or the owner of the phone number he use. Since this is one of the hidden feature shouldn't this can be consider as an Easter Egg?
I had no idea that's what you meant. I didn't see the original note. Try putting it in more detail next time, and find out who did delete the note.
Should the fact that Solomon Grundy appears in the game be spoilered? It's un-spoilered on the TheUnexpected page. Also, all anyone needs to do to learn that he's in the game is watch the Penguin trailer, which has a link on the top of the page. It doesn't give away anything about the story either, since all we know is that he's under the Iceberg Lounge.
It's not too spoileriffic, since a couple of mooks talk about him well before he shows up.
That and he had an entire trailer to himself before the game was launched.
How has everyone heard all these new plot points that I haven't?
There's a prequel comic mini-series. I assume that's where some of the plot stuff is coming from.
Should there really be a spoiler tag on the Big Bad entry?
Given one, Hugo Strange *shows up in the trailers*, and two, its not at all certain he'll be the Big Bad?
Especially since he isnt the big bad.
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How well does it match the trope?