A portion of an NWR review... Batman: Arkham Origins: Blackgate Deluxe Edition is both fun and frustrating—exactly the kind of game I don’t like reviewing. If you can focus on the parts that work (exploration, collectibles) and downplay the stuff that doesn’t (the map, the combat), you’ll have a good time. Show More Summary
Xbox Live Gold members can save on nearly everything Batman and loads of DLC as part of the Xbox 360 spring sale and weekly deal offerings. Batman: Arkham Asylum and its sequel Arkham City are $4.99 each, so that's an easy recommendation. Show More Summary
Download Arkham Asylum and Arkham City for £3.74 each. Multiple Batman games have been discounted on Xbox Live as part of the latest Games of the Week promotion. Click here to read the full article
Sony kicked off a PlayStation Network Easter sale in Europe today, dropping the prices of dozens of featured games -- including Retro City Rampage, Hotline Miami, and Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate -- for a limited time. Starting today,...
Developer responsible for "Arkham Asylum" and "Arkham City" to close out franchise with "Batman: Arkham Knight." Originally posted at Reviews - Games and Gear
Warning: Gore. Taking place prior to the events in “Batman: Arkham Origins”… A bounty is placed on Batman by crime lord Black Mask, drawing eight of the world’s greatest assassins to Gotham City on Christmas Eve… The most formidable of which is Deathstroke, who provides a bloody and violent demonstration of his skills for Black […]
'Cold Cold Heart' expansion out April 22. Warner Bros. Interactive has released a screenshot of Batman's new 'XE Suit' that's coming to Batman Arkham Origins as part of the 'Cold Cold Heart' DLC expansion. Click here to read the full article
This week's PlayStation Plus lineup has something in store for both longtime PlayStation 3 fans and PS4 die-hards, offering up Batman: Arkham City and the debuting console version of Mercenary Kings free of charge. Mercenary Kings, developed by...
I kept forgetting to buy into Mercenary Kings' Early Access, but now who's the shrewd consumer, huh? Mercenary Kings is going to be free with PlayStation Plus tomorrow. Oh, on PS4? Damn. Almost. Meanwhile, PS3 owners get to take advantage...Show More Summary
It’s time for cat cannons and batarangs! Starting tomorrow, PlayStation Plus members get Mercenary Kings on PS4 and Batman Arkham City on PS3. In Mercenary Kings, team up with your friends and take down an evil corporation called CLAW. Along the way, be sure to look out for crafting components so you can pull together new crazy weapons like the cat-cannon or fish sword.
Having played through both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, it became fairly clear that Rocksteady was building towards a climactic ending for its Bat-series. Even with critical praise and high sales, Rocksteady's vision hasn't changed, which is why the studio is ready to step away from the Bat for good with Batman: Arkham Knight.
If you have PlayStation Plus, it's likely that you're used to getting a lot of free games.
PlayStation Plus is still swinging for the fences in April, offering a lineup that includes six new games for the Instant Game Collection including a caped crusader, some battlefield royalty and a mischievous mouse who answers to M-I-C-K-E-Y.Click To Continue Reading
Playstation Plus is back with another six games to fill up your free time in April (or further extend your backlog). The highlight is certainly Mercenary Kings on the PS4, while PS3 owners get Arkham City and Vita gamers can take control of the excellent Velocity Ultra. Pick up a subscription and check out the full list below. [Playstation Blog] Read more...
? This morning, Sony has revealed the various titles that PlayStation Plus members will receive with their subscription in April and included in the lineup is the 2011 release Batman: Arkham City for PlayStation 3! In addition, the line-up includes Mercenary Kings for the PlayStation 4, Stealth Inc. Show More Summary
April is looking like a great month for PlayStation Plus, with a PS4 game, three Vita games, and two PS3 games available for free, including Batman: Arkham City.
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, Batman! Yes, that is the sound of Batman: Arkham City coming to PlayStation Plus in April for PlayStation 3 owners. Arkham City garnered praise from gamers and critics alike, as evidenced by its cumulative 96/100 score on Metacritic. Show More Summary
The April line-up for PlayStation Plus has been detailed, including the still-not-announced Dead Nation: Apocalypse for PS4, an updated next-gen port of Housemarque's zombie shooter. Take a look at the full line-up after the break.
Rocksteady famously hid a little Easter egg in Batman: Arkham Asylum, but did it so obscurely that the studio came out and explained how to find it themselves. It hinted at Arkham City, so obviously Bat-fans would be searching high and low in that game for any sign of Rocksteady's next project. Show More Summary
Learn all about the new Batmobile, Batman's new suit and moves, and find out how big Gotham City is in Rocksteady's latest adventure.