Below, you can find a breakdown of all the important choices from episode 1.
The first important choice takes place in chapter 1. Tiffany, the daughter of Lucius will ask if the mysterious disk she saw is somehow connected with the killing of her father. Bruce has to decide whether to:
- [Lie] Of course I didn't. - Deny any correlation.
- [Truth] I thought it was safe. - Admit that there's a connection.
Note: This choice has little gravity in this episode. Telling the truth will enrage Tiffany, who will start threatening Bruce. This will probably have some significance in later episodes.
The second important choice has to be made towards the end of chapter five. You will have to tell Gordon about your relation with Lucius.
Note: Should you tell the truth, Gordon will be dissapointed to have learned this from Riddler. It will also get him closer to learning true Batman's identity. Lying will have no serious consequences in this chapter - but if you want to maintain good relations with the commissioner, you should tell the truth.
The third important choice happens in chapter six. You will have to choose a person, from whom you want to get info about Riddler:
- Mori - he's a businessman who used to work with Riddler. You will meet him as Bruce Wayne, which will draw the attention of the agents.
- Eli - you will go to the prison to meet Riddler's right hand as Batman. You can interrogate the prisoner, but Gordon won't like it.
Note: This choice determines the way the events unfold at some point. If you care about good relations with the commissioner, go to Mori. If you want to cooperate with the Agency, go to Eli.
This one is a bit different. It's connected to the previous one, and depending on where you got the information, different decisions will have to be made. Let's begin with Mori:
When you meet him, he will demand you pay for a flight that will let him run abroad. In exchange, he will give you the info about Riddler:
- Take drive by force - You don't agree; physically overpower Moriego.
- Make the transfer - you agree. The matter is resolved peacefully and you get the information.
Note: The choice doesn't matter a lot in this episode. If you take the data by force, you will cause a lot of fuss and the agents will know about this affair. If you transfer the money, Mori will be happy and you'll be free to leave.
If you decided to go to the prison to find Eli, the following options are available:
- Beat him until he talks - you'll severely beat him and he'll talk.
- Bluff him with the signal - you'll bluff that you want to blow up the prison with Riddler's rockets; he'll go for that and give you Riddler's location.
Note: regardless of your choices, you will get Riddler's address. If you beat Eli, one of the policemen will be furious and disappointed with your conduct. Gordon will also be very displeased. Amanda will approve, on the other hand. If you bluff, your relations with Gordon will improve, contrary to the relations with the Agency.
The last choice happens around the end of chapter six, when Batman is trapped. Riddler will force you into answering two riddles.
- Agree and answer - answer with the names of the agents - you will save the lives of two special agents.
- Refuse to participate - two agents will die.
Note: if you will answer the riddles, the agents will survive, but the agent who was with you will go deaf. If you let them die, she will not lose her hearing, but will be overburdened with guilt.