zombiepumpkins wrote:I just encountered Scarecrow again in the game. Boy, he does steal the show. So creepy and surreal. While, I love all the gags and humor of the Joker, the Scarecrow could probably be given his own game and it would be quite a chilling experience from start to end.
*Slight spoiler warning*
They really nailed him, didn't they? I was so pleasantly surprised with the morgue encounter, but I felt that it was a little short. A character that badass needed more screen time than that (cough, Nolan movies). Sure enough, later in the game his gas hit me when I least expected it. I found it so befitting that unlike other villains whom you fight through a stage and then beat as a boss, Scarecrow is way more ambiguous, popping in and out throughout (ala Catwoman), making you stop what you're doing, and you never really beat him. The last encounter is so sweet. I love Scarface's cameo as the warden. It was also cool to discover his little hiding spots.
I suggest you beat the game with a high number if riddler challenges beaten, and Scarecrow just might get the last laugh.