A portion of a Vooks review... Just temper your expectations if you’re riding off the previous release. It’s about the same and adds little that may interest you, so your mileage is definitely going to vary. All in all, a great pickup for action fans and Batfans alike. Full review here
All this week's content detailed... Sony has detailed this week's European PlayStation Store content update, with highlights including Batman: Arkham City available free to PlayStation Plus subscribers, Uncharted: Fight For Fortune on...Show More Summary
Following in the action figure footsteps of Batman: Arkham City, it looks like the next big DC Comics video game, Injustice: Gods Among Us will be receiving toys from not just Mattel, but also DC Collectibles. While Mattel's focus in 2013 is on... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
New Super Mario Bros. U - 8.0 Scribblenauts Unlimited - 8.0 Nintendo Land - 7.0 Skylanders Giants - 8.0 Rabbids Land - 5.0 ZombiU - 9.0 Batman: Arkham City - Armored Edition - 9.0 Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition - 8.0 Sonic and...Show More Summary
Multi-platform projects on Wii U have underwhelmed somewhat. Performance is a real issue on some titles (notably Batman: Arkham City and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2), making them less playable than they were before on other systems, even if the core visuals are mostly a match. Show More Summary
1. Nintendo Land (Nintendo) 2. New Super Mario Bros U (Nintendo) 3. Zombi U (Ubisoft) 4. Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed (Sega) 5. Batman: Arkham City – Armoured Edition (Warner Bros) 6. Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Activision) 7. Show More Summary
London, UK – 30th November, 2012 – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment announced that Batman: Arkham City™ Armoured Edition for the Wii U™ system from Nintendo will begin shipping to retailers today. Developed...Show More Summary
Board game of the video game...
PlayStation Plus members in Europe are ending 2012 in style with the addition of Batman: Arkham City, Vanquish, and Limbo to the service's Instant Game Collection. The shadowy trio all become available on December 5, while Mortal Kombat...Show More Summary
Well this certainly sounds cool. Deck-building game designers Cryptozoic games are creating a new game based on Arkham City. In a cool twist, the game will cast one player as the caped crusader, and the other as his all of his enemies, and they'll duke it out for control of Arkham City. Using cards, in the Batman tradition. More »
Play as Batman or his villains!
Cryptozoic Entertainment will release Batman: Arkham City Escape in 2013, letting players take on the role of Batman’s rogues gallery.
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Subscribers get Arkham City for free, plus Limbo and Vanquish.
New character added to the fighting game's roster. Injustice: Gods Among Us will feature Deathstroke as a playable character. Click here to read the full article Related Stories EU PS Plus update: Batman: Arkham City, Limbo headlineShow More Summary
Vanquish, Mortal Kombat and more also available free to subscribers. Sony has announced December's batch of PlayStation Plus content for European PS3 and Vita owners. Click here to read the full article Related Stories FIFA 13 Ultimate...Show More Summary
December's PlayStation Plus offerings will include a generous sack of gaming presents in the run up to Christmas. It all kicks off on 5th December with Batman: Arkham City, Limbo and Vanquish. The trio are completely free for Plus subscribers as part of Sony's Instant Game Collection offering. Show More Summary
Batman™: Arkham City Escape is a two-player game that pits Batman against all of his greatest foes as they try to escape Arkham! In this game, one player represents Batman, and the other player represents the villains that Batman has fought in the past. Show More Summary
Coming from Digital Foundry... The overall takeaway is that the Wii U version of this classic title is unpolished and less enjoyable to play than Rocksteady's original. On top of the variable frame-rate, we were also disappointed toShow More Summary