Batman's super villain is going out on a high note says actor.
UK, May 26, 2010
Hamill added that he was also unsure as to whether he should even have appeared at all, initially thinking developer Rocksteady would be unable to top the original game and that he "wanted to be able to say I'd gone out on a high note," but was finally convinced to resurrect Joker once more.
Hamill also revealed how he's extremely protective over the role, but equally was blown away by Heath Ledger's interpretation of the character in The Dark Knight: "He was the most joyless Joker. Not a hint of theatricality; he was almost like a heroin addict. It never would have occurred to me, and that's why it was so delightful and surprising."
To find out what convinced Hamill to sign up for the first Batman: Arkham Asylum and how Hollywood A-listers often struggle to get their heads around acting in games read the full interview .