Easily the best game of the decade and arguably the best game ever made Arkham Asylum gave fans the chance to run through the corridors of Arkham Asylum in the middle of a riot and kick some crazy villainous ass as Batman, the coolest most in need of anger management comic icon of them all.
Arkham City has a release date of the 21st of October at the moment and will be available on PC, Xbox and PS3. Each version will likely have it’s own exclusive content much like the “Play as the Joker” challenge mode on the PS3. Out of the box there are also several versions including a Collectors edition which comes with an exclusive statue similar to the Batman toy which has just been reissued.
Other than a playable map roughly four times the size of Arkham Asylum it comes with a whole load of new classic Batman villains including The Penguin, Riddler, Two Face and a few new playable characters which at the moment include Catwoman and a bad ass looking Robin.
The Catwoman plays a large part in the new story and is playable for roughly 10-20% of the game. She’s kind of like Lara Croft meets Selena from Underworld. Pretty kick-ass.
Robin will be a downloadable character who to begin with will only be available if you pre-order the game from certain retailers but will likely be available across the board after 6 months or so.
Posted by Adi Mursec on August 9, 2011
Just when we though Arkham City was finished Nintendo have announced a special Armored Edition to be released with the launch of the Wii U.
Rocksteady Studios has released a video which shows how voice actors like Mark Hamill got into character to stat in the game of the year.
The worlds greatest comic book game just got better. A fully loaded version of Arkham City GOTY is going to be released at the end of May with a few most wanted extras.
youTube has come through again, this time it’s not a bootleg trailer but a kick ass parody of Batman dancing in the street wit a busty Catwoman dancing to Maroon fives moves like Jagger
What Batman game would be complete without seasonal visits to the Calendar Man. Here’s a list of all twelve dates you can see the Calendar man on.
The Nintendo switch has been a popular console but it looks like the 2 million units Nintendo made for launch may have sold out.
Tired of those two foot long NES Classic controllers? 8bitdo have fix that problem and developed a dongle which will allow you to connect a bluetooth controller.
First impressions of Pokemon Go along with a few screen shots of the game and it’s store.