The next game from Rocksteady, developer of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, could be out as soon as next year if job listings are any indication.
The developer of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City may be readying a new game for next year.
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Batman Arkham Origins has topped the UK all-format charts, albeit with half the launch week sales of Rocksteady's Batman Arkham City. WB Games Montreal's Arkham prequel sold around same amount as 2009's Arkham Asylum, UK numbers company Chart-Track reported. The all-time best-selling Batman game in the UK remains Lego Batman: The Videogame. Read more…
As a young studio best known for porting Batman: Arkham City to Wii U, WB Montreal must have been desperate to prove that it belongs in the same conversation as series creator Rocksteady Games. To its credit, it's hard to tell that Batman: Arkham Origins isn't one of its sister studio's earlier releases. Show More Summary
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To this day, Batman: Arkham City remains a visually striking game. The grand, gothic feel of the comics was well-captured by art director David Hego and his team at Rocksteady. But I've never seen the game look quite like this. Read more...
Add another one to the list. A new post on the Steam community forum for Batman: Arkham City has a post from Warner Bros Erik Miller who stated that Rocksteady is working to convert Arkham City and the GOTY Edition of the game over to Steamworks before Games For Windows Live shuts down next year.Click To Continue Reading
I really dig the two current mobile Batman games – Batman Arkham City Lockdown and the game based on The Dark Knight Rises so I’m really looking forward to seeing what Warner Interactive does with the mobile game based on Batman Arkham Origins. The free game will hit iOS around the console game launch (Oct […]
Batman: Arkham Origins is coming to iOS and Android. However, don't expect the same open-world adventure you'll find on consoles. This is a new action game from NetherRealm Studios, developer of Batman: Arkham City Lockdown. Unlike Blackgate on 3DS and Vita, Origins for mobile does not add to the Arkhamverse canon. Show More Summary
We saw their relationship in Batman: Arkham City, but watch Bruce and Selina meet in the new handheld title.
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Akham City and Akham Asylum bundled together, plus most DLC. The Batman Arkham Bundle will include the Game of The Year editions of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City.Click here to read the full article
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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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