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Gotham Proved We Need A Jim Gordon Detective Game (Without Batman)

While many of Batman’s most famous foes may be a bit out of Gordon’s reach, Gotham‘s willingness to rework characters means that several less fantastical Batman foes could be reworked into culprits for Jim to chase. Crime families such as the Falcones would be obvious enemies, but other foes could be pulled from the Batman archives as well. For example, overly-prepared crime boss Johnny Witts, murderous cult leader Deacon Blackfire, and film-obsessed killer Burt Weston could all be the center of very unique cases for Jim to crack. If developers were daring enough, they could even have Jim track down Joe Chill, the killer of Bruce Wayne’s parents. With Gotham Knights overusing Batman villains already used by Batman’s own games, some new figures could help a Gordon detective saga stand out more.

The plot of a Jim Gordon game wouldn’t have to follow along with the plot of the Gotham series. In fact, branching out into its own universe would likely be the wisest move. By giving the plot as much freedom as possible without tying it down to any preexisting continuity, it would have the best chance at establishing Gordon as Gotham’s greatest hero before Bruce Wayne came of age. It would also be a good way to tackle a different side of Gotham’s crime from what a usual Batman story entails. Rather than the massive supervillain schemes that Bruce regularly foils, Jim would handle street-level crimes. However, their logical approach to the job would be quite similar despite their differences. With Suicide Squad: KTJL potentially ending the Arkhamverse, Gordon having his own continuity would make sense.

Gotham has already shown that Jim Gordon has more than enough potential to carry a story, and he has the smarts to be a believable detective game protagonist as well, with interesting supporting characters in no short supply. Gordon could be a great viewpoint character to let players explore pre-Batman Gotham City and see how crime was before the Caped Crusader’s rise. Gotham has paved the way for a Jim Gordon video game – now it’s just up to a developer to make it a reality.


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Gotham Proved We Need A Jim Gordon Detective Game (Without Batman)

While many of Batman’s most famous foes may be a bit out of Gordon’s reach, Gotham‘s willingness to rework characters means that several less fantastical Batman foes could be reworked into culprits for Jim to chase. Crime families such as the Falcones would be obvious enemies, but other foes could be pulled from the Batman archives as well. For example, overly-prepared crime boss Johnny Witts, murderous cult leader Deacon Blackfire, and film-obsessed killer Burt Weston could all be the center of very unique cases for Jim to crack. If developers were daring enough, they could even have Jim track down Joe Chill, the killer of Bruce Wayne’s parents. With Gotham Knights overusing Batman villains already used by Batman’s own games, some new figures could help a Gordon detective saga stand out more.

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The plot of a Jim Gordon game wouldn’t have to follow along with the plot of the Gotham series. In fact, branching out into its own universe would likely be the wisest move. By giving the plot as much freedom as possible without tying it down to any preexisting continuity, it would have the best chance at establishing Gordon as Gotham’s greatest hero before Bruce Wayne came of age. It would also be a good way to tackle a different side of Gotham’s crime from what a usual Batman story entails. Rather than the massive supervillain schemes that Bruce regularly foils, Jim would handle street-level crimes. However, their logical approach to the job would be quite similar despite their differences. With Suicide Squad: KTJL potentially ending the Arkhamverse, Gordon having his own continuity would make sense.

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Gotham has already shown that Jim Gordon has more than enough potential to carry a story, and he has the smarts to be a believable detective game protagonist as well, with interesting supporting characters in no short supply. Gordon could be a great viewpoint character to let players explore pre-Batman Gotham City and see how crime was before the Caped Crusader’s rise. Gotham has paved the way for a Jim Gordon video game – now it’s just up to a developer to make it a reality.

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Gotham Proved We Need A Jim Gordon Detective Game (Without Batman)

While many of Batman’s most famous foes may be a bit out of Gordon’s reach, Gotham‘s willingness to rework characters means that several less fantastical Batman foes could be reworked into culprits for Jim to chase. Crime families such as the Falcones would be obvious enemies, but other foes could be pulled from the Batman archives as well. For example, overly-prepared crime boss Johnny Witts, murderous cult leader Deacon Blackfire, and film-obsessed killer Burt Weston could all be the center of very unique cases for Jim to crack. If developers were daring enough, they could even have Jim track down Joe Chill, the killer of Bruce Wayne’s parents. With Gotham Knights overusing Batman villains already used by Batman’s own games, some new figures could help a Gordon detective saga stand out more.

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The plot of a Jim Gordon game wouldn’t have to follow along with the plot of the Gotham series. In fact, branching out into its own universe would likely be the wisest move. By giving the plot as much freedom as possible without tying it down to any preexisting continuity, it would have the best chance at establishing Gordon as Gotham’s greatest hero before Bruce Wayne came of age. It would also be a good way to tackle a different side of Gotham’s crime from what a usual Batman story entails. Rather than the massive supervillain schemes that Bruce regularly foils, Jim would handle street-level crimes. However, their logical approach to the job would be quite similar despite their differences. With Suicide Squad: KTJL potentially ending the Arkhamverse, Gordon having his own continuity would make sense.

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Gotham has already shown that Jim Gordon has more than enough potential to carry a story, and he has the smarts to be a believable detective game protagonist as well, with interesting supporting characters in no short supply. Gordon could be a great viewpoint character to let players explore pre-Batman Gotham City and see how crime was before the Caped Crusader’s rise. Gotham has paved the way for a Jim Gordon video game – now it’s just up to a developer to make it a reality.

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