Heath Ledger as The Joker: A psychotic illegalist mastermind portraying himself as an "agent of chaos", who rises from the criminal underworld by thrusting Gotham into anarchy and drawing Batman ever closer to crossing the fine line between heroism and vigilantism. However, Nolan had wanted to work with Ledger on a number of projects in the past including unsuccessfully approaching Ledger for the role of Batman in Batman Begins and was agreeable to Ledger's chaotic interpretation of the character. Throughout the film, the Joker states his desire to upset social order through crime, and comes to define himself by his conflict with Batman. To prepare for the role, Ledger lived alone in a hotel room for a month, formulating the character's posture, voice, and personality, and kept a diary, in which he recorded the Joker's thoughts and feelings.
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Gameplay[ edit ] Phantasmagoria includes a user interface with a screen that shows gameplay and cinematic scenes, surrounded by a stone border with buttons and inventory slots. The game integrates live-action performers within the three-dimensional rendered environments of the game. Phantasmagoria is a point-and-click adventure game that features live-action actors and cinematic footage , both during scenes between the gameplay and within the three-dimensional rendered environments of the game itself. The player can click certain areas of the screen to control her movements or make her explore specific places and objects. The camera angles and rooms change depending on where the player moves Adrienne. If an object is small enough that it can be easily missed, a pulsing glow occasionally surrounds it to draw attention to it. Adrienne can only hold eight items at once, and each black slot can contain an image of an item that the user can click on to retrieve or use within the game.
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