A new bundle featuring Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City is coming to Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 23, GameStop has revealed. The bundle, available for $50, packs in Game of the Year versions for each game. The Game of the...Show More Summary
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We're giving away iOS copies of WB's Infinity Blade-style Batman brawler in 44 countries to anyone that ones one - no strings attached!
Mark Hamill, who awesomely voices The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series among other things, was hanging out with Tara Strong, who voiced Harley Quinn in Batman: Arkham City and Batgirl in other stuff. The Joker hanging out with Harley Quinn? We want to go to there. They recorded this Vine video of them talking in character.
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Note: Turn the mute off unless you just want to make up your own words. This is a short Vine video (because they all are!) from Tara Strong (Harley Quinn in Batman: Arkham City) of she and Mark Hamill (The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series as well as the recent video games) hanging out in character. Show More Summary
A closer look at the newly announced villain. Following on from yesterday's Firefly reveal, Warner Interactive has released six new Batman: Arkham City screenshots. Click here to read the full article
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For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon has the Immortal Action Pack [Download] for just $21.99. That’s 76% off the pack’s regular retail price of $89.96. 4 Game Downloads in This Bundle: - Batman Arkham City GOTY - Lord of the Rings: War in the North - Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection - Mortal […]
Injustice: Gods Among Us, from Mortal Kombat developers NetherRealm Studios, really ripped it up on consoles when it released earlier this year. Like a previous Warner Bros. release, Batman: Arkham City, Injustice came with its own iOS companion game. While that game, Batman: Arkham City Lockdown [$5.99], was a fun Infinity Blade clone, the iOS [...]
Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City were pretty okay games, but obviously they weren’t true triple-A titles, because they both lacked a tacked-on multiplayer mode. Well, Batman: Arkham Origins solves that problem! All snark aside though, the Arkham Origins mutliplayer mode actually looks fairly promising. Show More Summary
One of my favorite parts of Batman: Arkham City was the Mad Hatter sidequest — it was creepy, funny and really did justice to an underutilized and under-respected villain. Sadly, the sidequest was quite short (you could finish it in around 15-minutes) so I was left hungry for more. Well, it looks like Batman: Arkham Origins is going to deliver!
Valve's calculated assault on your financial willpower continues today, with another batch of discounted goodies in the Steam Summer Getaway Sale. Today's highlights include Grand Theft Auto 4, Dark Souls and Batman: Arkham City at 75...Show More Summary
Batman’s collection of villains are a strange bunch, where most of them are just plain mad. After all, villains tend to have this lust for power, while some of them are totally insane that they just want to introduce nothing but anarchy to the world. The Riddler, however, is willing to tempt the world’s greatest [...]
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced a one-week price drop for all of their mobile games in celebration of summer. Man of Steel, LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7, Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, Scribblenauts Remix, LEGO Batman DC Superheroes, Midway Arcade and Bastion are all just $0.99 this week only. Show More Summary
Available in the Play Store for $5.99 (Batman) and $0.99 (Scribblenauts) Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is bringing two of its biggest mobile games, previously only available on iOS, to Android. Batman: Arkham City Lockdown and Scribblenauts Remix are now available on the Google Play Store, for $5.99 and $0.99, respectively. Show More Summary
How do you improve on the best Batman game ever? Warner Bros Montreal have managed it by not tinkering too much How do you follow a game like Batman: Arkham City? RockSteady's superb 2011 open-world adventure has to rank as easily the best game starring the Dark Knight that's ever been made. Show More Summary
Walking through my friendly local board game shop the other day, something caught my eye. On a display stand was a shiny box labeled Batman Arkham City Escape: the Board Game. We hadn't previously heard about it, but it has been available...Show More Summary
It’s not quite on the same level as today’s other deal in the price department (hard to beat free), but as far as bargains go, it’s simply delicious. For $US6, you can own Batman: Arkham City and all the game’s DLC, which should give you plenty to do on a Sunday afternoon. More »