Batman must infiltrate a city-like prison to rescue Catwoman and survive the various schemes going on within.
After growing up spending huge portions of my life reading the comics, watching the movies and TV shows, playing mediocre Batman games and even donning a black cowl and cape for Halloween, I think it's safe to say that if I could be any mythological character, it would have to be Batman. Read More.
Previews and Features
There are few titles at this year's E3 that had us more excited than the prospect of trying out the sequel to 2009's sublime superhero surprise, Batman: Arkham Asylum. With a great combat engine, superb graphics, and a story penned by none other than Batman comics scribe Paul Dini, one would have to question how the developers at Rocksteady would be able to improve on the experience. Read More.
If you were one of those people who put off buying Batman: Arkham City last November because you were sure there'd be a Game of the Year edition that included all the downloadable content that accompanied it: congratulations, your powers of prognostication were dead on, and you'll be getting your chance to pick up Arkham City: Game Of the Year Edition on May 29th. Read More.
Rocksteady has announced new DLC for Batman Arkham City.
In a tweet posted over the Thanksgiving holiday, Rocksteady revealed that DLC will include a new Batcave map. Also available will be the Iceberg Lounge and Joker's Carnival map that were at first pre-order bonuses. Read More.
Batman: Arkham City arrives next month and we here at GamingExcellence can't wait to get our hands on it. So it is always exciting when we learn that Rocksteady Studios still has more info to drop on the title. Read More.
The Boy Wonder will be a playable character in Arkham City.
According to a recent Best Buy ad, Robin will be a pre-order bonus for those that reserve a copy of the game through the retailer. The character will be playable in two challenge maps. Read More.