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Why We Love Batman: Arkham Knight

Greg and Mitch break down their first hour with Rocksteady's gorgeous Gotham City.

Batman: Arkham Knight preview: a license to drive

What does a next-gen Batman: Arkham game look like? Sure, there's the promise of a larger city. You'll even be able to ride around Gotham using the Batmobile. But, more than anything, the most prominent feature enabled by next-gen tech are the visuals. Show More Summary

Is Batman: Arkham Knight hiding darker secrets?

Rocksteady shows CVG its fantastical yet familiar finale. Two years on, Batman: Arkham City remains one of the most critically acclaimed video games of all time, and its British developer one of the industry's most respected studios. Click here to read the full article

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - Deluxe Edition - EU hub page open

After an explosion allows some of Gotham City’s most wicked villains to seize control of Blackgate Prison, Batman enters the fray to return order to the once-high security prison in a unique story set three months after the events of Batman: Arkham Origins. Show More Summary

Batman Catwoman Arkham City Duo Wall Graphic

The Dark Knight and the Feline Femme Fatale of Gotham City are ready to get serious in the comfort of your own home, thanks to the Batman Catwoman Arkham City Duo Wall Graphic. Catwoman has been captured by Batman, or has Batman been captured by Catwoman? Either way, neither seems to mind the situation they […]

Batman Arkham City Play Arts Kai Batman 1970s Figure

This Batman Arkham City Play Arts Kai Batman 1970s Batsuit Skin Action Figure is Batman like you have never seen him before. It is the 1970s Silver Age Batman and he includes interchangeable hands, weapon parts, and a display stand. Batman’s cape even features articulation and flexibility. This screen accurate figure stands 9 1/4-inches tall. […]

?Batman's Next Game Won't Revolve Around His Greatest Enemy

The story for Batman: Arkham Knight picks up one year after the events of the preceding game, 2011's Arkham City. A whole lot has changed in Bruce Wayne's hometown, including the fact that crime is at an all-time low. Part of it is because someone pretty central to Gotham's criminal ecosystem is laying very low. Show More Summary

Batman Arkham Knight set one year later, 'five times larger' than Arkham City

The recently-revealed final game from Rocksteady in the Arkham series, Batman Arkham Knight, will feature "traffic-friendly streets" in a map that's said to be "roughly five times the size" of Batman Arkham City. Lead AI and combat programmer Tim...

Batman: Arkham Knight is 'real next-gen,' map is five times the size of Arkham City

Unlikes its predecessor, Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight is exclusive to the next-gen. It's one of the first games to ditch cross-gen, focusing exclusively on harnessing the power of the new consoles. "Obviously, you see a lot of games that are cross-gen, and they feel a bit reined in because of that," director Sefton Hill said. Show More Summary

Another Big 2014 Video Game Is Ditching Last-Gen Consoles. Cool.

Today, Warner Bros. announced a new Batman game, called Arkham Knight. It's got some exciting features: An open-world Gotham City! A drivable Batmobile! And equally exciting, it's only coming out on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Read more.....

Rewind Theater: Batman: Arkham Knight Debut Trailer

We know the game is one year after Arkham City, but this trailer suggests otherwise.

Batman: Arkham Knight detailed: Batmobile gameplay, new villain, combat tweaks and more

Gotham map '5 times larger' than Arkham City. The first Batman: Arkham Knight gameplay details have emerged, via the new issue of Game Informer magazine.Click here to read the full article

Batman: Arkham Knight Cinematic Trailer Features Batmobile

The upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight is the complete Batman title that aims to compete with Grand Theft Auto, insofar that gamers will no longer be limited to gliding around the city with Batman's memory fabric.Click To Continue Readi...

Batman Returns In 'Arkham Knight', Coming In 2014!

Today, the next game from developer Rocksteady — the makers of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City — has been unveiled. Batman: Arkham Knight will bring the Caped Crusader to next-gen consoles sometime later this year, where he’ll square off against a slew of villains, including... Read More

BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT announced

Warner Brothers Games have confirmed that the fourth and concluding game in the Batman: Arkham series will be released this year. Arkham Knight will conclude the story begun in Arkham Asylum (2009) and continued through Arkham City (2011) and Arkham Origins (2013). Show More Summary

Batman: Arkham Knight’: Next-gen Batman game coming this year — VIDEO

Back in 2011, Rocksteady Studios delivered Batman: Arkham City, a game that we liked quite a bit. Then Rocksteady disappeared

Batman: Arkham Knight’ Wants To Say Hi

Batman: Arkham Origins was a fill-in title kicked to WB Montreal who had nothing to do with Arkham City or Arkham Asylum and it fucking showed. However, the purpose of Origins was to milk some cash out of the franchise off the heels of City‘s success while Rocksteady finished up the final installment which we Read More...

A Trailer And Details For The BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT Game Coming Later This Year!!

The newly announced title is set one year after ARKHAM CITY. Read the full article on AICN [via]   The next and potentially final installment in the rather spectacular BATMAN / ARKHAM game series is coming later this year in the guise...Show More Summary

The Next Batman Game Is Arkham Knight

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UPDATE (10:36am): It's official—WB has announced Arkham Knight via this month's Game Informer. The game will feature a big open-world Gotham (supposedly bigger than Arkham City's); familiar Batman villains Scarecrow, Penguin, Two-Face, and Harley Quinn; and a driveable Batmobile. Read more...

Rocksteady Studios to complete Batman Arkham series on next-gen consoles

(Credit: Game Informer) Rocksteady Studios, the development house responsible for Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City is deep into production on what it's calling the finale to the Arkham series. Just announced as a revealShow More Summary

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