This Batman Arkham Knight Azrael Action Figure looks pretty tough. One year after the events of Batman: Arkham City, Batman is back! This figure is based on the designs of the 4th installment of the Batman Arkham video game series. This Batman Arkham Knight Azrael Action Figure features Azrael. He is wearing the Suit of […]
There's a chance you could come across this naturally, just not for a while. Don't read on if you don't want it spoiled. Batman: Arkham Knight is one big game, spread out over a big city, with certainly no shortage of things to do. Some might argue too many: Riddler trophies, Most [...]
Halloween in Gotham City is not a friendly place for the Batman. Rocksteady Studios has a history of hiding date-specific Easter eggs inside its Arkham series, and the freshly released Arkham Knight continues that tradition. Halloween...Show More Summary
A date-related Easter egg has been found in Batman: Arkham Knight. Spoilers, obviously, are below. Unlike Arkham City’s Calendar Man Achievement, this Easter can be found without playing the game on certain days of the month over the course of the year. So, how do you go about finding this particular Easter egg? Change the […]
Batman fans have already discovered one date-related Easter egg within Arkham Knight. Arkham City featured a Calendar Man-related achievement that required you to play the game on a specific day every month for a full year. Thankfully, this one is a little easier. Read no further if you want to work it out for yourself. Read more…
After Chapter 3 Batman receives reports of a suspicious man on a rooftop with a burning bat symbol. You’ll need to head around the city and locate the signal, and speak with Azrael to find out what this mission set is all about. Looking...Show More Summary
The Dark Knight has closed his final case for Rocksteady Studios. Batman: Arkham Knight is in the books and that means the developer can now officially say goodbye to the Caped Crusader. Despite ongoing issues with the game's PC version,...Show More Summary
Batman: Arkham Knight is the UK's new all-formats chart number one, with launch week sales that are the highest for any game in the Batman series. Impressively, it beat the launch week sales of Batman: Arkham City despite only launching on PC and the new generation of consoles, versus City's launch on the more-established PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Show More Summary
Batter up with the Batman: Arkham City Harley Quinn Limited Edition 1/6th Scale Statue, as Harley gets ready to hit a homerun with something that probably won’t be a baseball. Standing approximately 12-inches-tall, this 1/6th scale, highly-detailed and hand-finished statue features Harley in her Arkham City costume, wielding a colorful baseball bat that resembles a […]
Batman: Arkham Knight sets the Caped Crusader loose in a Gotham City that's been overrun by crime. Well, more crime than your typical Gotham resident is used to. It's Rocksteady Studios' largest take on the series to date, with Gotham...Show More Summary
Batman: Arkham Knight is now available for those who want to adventure through Gotham City as the caped crusader, but if you’re a PC gamer, you might want to reconsider playing it on your platform of choice as we’re learning its port...Show More Summary
Batman: Arkham Knight, the last game in the franchise by Rocksteady Studios, is now up for sale. Set one year after the events of Batman: Arkham City, the story sees Batman defending Gotham from the likes of the Scarecrow, Penguin, Harley Quinn, Two-Face, Poison Ivy and Riddler. Rocksteady also created a character specifically for the game, called Arkham Knight.
Holy franchise finale! Game Theory Rocksteady Studios has stated that Batman: Arkham Knight is the last game of the franchise. Fans are in for a real treat. I really enjoyed Batman: Arkham City (2011) with its sense of progression but then thought the shock gloves were excessively overpowered in Batman: Arkham Origins (2013), making combat heavy handed.…
Violence and darkness descend on Gotham City. With a seemingly endless torrent of crime plaguing the streets, the legendary Dark Knight must fight for the city he's sworn to protect. It's here at last. Batman: Arkham Knight launches this week on PS4.
Sefton Hill from Rocksteady Studios gives us a first look at Batmobile challenges and some more in-depth gameplay at E3. The video shows around 20 minutes of gameplay, and Gotham City is absolutely stunning. Speeding around town in the Batmobile looks awesome, as does gliding through the air and descending onto criminals. Amongst the challenges […]
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PREVIEW: Our hands-on preview shows just how deep the rabbit hole goes with Gotham's latest adventure.
The next Batman game will let players switch from the Dark Knight to other characters working to protect Gotham City. Let’s take a look at the Dual Play feature in action. Read more...
A new video reveals the rest of Kevin Conroy's co-stars, as John Noble, Jonathan Banks, Ashley Greene and more arrive in Gotham City.
This weekend shall be one of transition, one of endings and beginnings. Games of the video variety have been on the back burner these past two weeks. The bulk of my attention has gone into Stephen Hunt’s novel The Kingdom Beyond the Waves. I’ve had a curious eye side-glancing at Hunt for a while. He […]