1. Batman Returns Sega
  2. Batman Returns Nes Cheats

Batman Returns Sega

  1. DB68-4F00 Start with 9 lives instead of 3
  2. C9A5-1764 Infinite lives (only 3/4 view levels)
  3. D16F-4464 + D1C0-4DD7 Start with 6 test tubes
  4. DB6F-4464 + DBC0-4DD7 Start with 9 test tubes
  5. C9A7-C404 Protection from some hazards
  6. DDAE-3707 Cape sweep uses up no energy
  7. DD2F-4FAD Spear gun uses up no energy
  8. FDAE-3707 Cape sweep uses up more energy
  9. FD2F-4FAD Spear gun uses up more energy
  10. DD2E-3D6B Maximum energy from hearts
  11. F9CF-4F05 Cape sweep does more damage
  12. F9CD-4705 Normal punch does more damage
  13. F9CD-4765 Normal knee does more damage
  14. F9CF-4D05 + F9CF-4DD5 Jump kick does more damage
  15. 7DCF-4F05 Cape sweep does mega-damage
  16. 7DCD-4705 Normal punch does mega-damage
  17. 7DCD-4765 Normal knee does mega-damage
  18. 7DCF-4D05 + 7DCF-4DD5 Jump kick does mega-damage
  19. D4CF-4F05 Cape sweep does less damage
  20. D4CD-4705 Normal punch does less damage
  21. D4CD-4765 Normal knee does less damage
  22. D4CF-4D05 + D4CF-4DD5 Jump kick does less damage

Batman Returns Nes Cheats

Batman Returns Cheats, Cheat Codes & Hints. June 01, 2004 Level Select Pause game and press Left, Right, A, B, B, A. The Genie has more Batman Returns Cheats at Print these cheats. Genesis FAQs, Guides and Walkthroughs. We currently don't have any Batman Returns FAQs, guides or walkthroughs for Genesis. Please check back at a. Batman Returns Release Dates. North America Japan Europe. Level Select: Pause game and press Left, Right, A, B, B, A. Lego Batman: The Videogame. The best and largest selection of PlayStation 4 (PS4) video game cheats, codes, cheat codes, walkthroughs, guides, FAQs, unlockables, secrets, glitches, hints, tips. 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.