Batman keeps telling me that a batarang will hold a strong enough charge to overload a fuse box, but I've never seen it work. I've used sonic batarangs, remote controlled batarangs, normal batarangs. Nothing works. What am I doing wrong here? --- "Attention people of Earth: there are some things lawsuits can't remedy. That is all." -- missmez
#2BipBapBamPosted 11/4/2011 9:06:22 AM
You have to guide remote controlled batarangs through those little wire things with electricity in between them THEN hit the fuse box.
#3OKRecords1138Posted 11/4/2011 9:06:27 AM
You have to throw it through an electrical field first. --- "lol" has become the new word for the term, "I have nothing further to say."
#4Terminal Omega(Topic Creator)Posted 11/4/2011 9:11:50 AM
ohhhhhhhhh. stupid me. THANKS! --- "Attention people of Earth: there are some things lawsuits can't remedy. That is all." -- missmez
#5BowlingPetePosted 11/4/2011 9:14:41 AM
It took me awhile, it's not very clear. I thought by charge, Bats meant to make it go faster. --- The man, the myth, and soon to be breakfast cereal, BOWLING PETE!!!
#6xdarthcolinxPosted 11/4/2011 9:48:38 AM
If you have a clear shot you can also use the Remote Electrical Charge to hit a fuse box.
#7justthefaqsPosted 11/4/2011 10:01:19 AM
I keep wondering why he doesn't have any of his batarangs that actually have a built in electrical charge. --- I want to know if this game is actually going to be realistic and allow you to get completely naked and go fight demons. - Brisashi on D3
#8KylanthiPosted 11/4/2011 12:03:39 PM
Isn't there a sonic shock batarang gadget? I haven't unlocked it yet, so it might not be what I am thinking.
#9stryker115Posted 11/4/2011 12:21:48 PM
There is, but that doesn't work for those boxes. --- GT: Ganluan