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As previously reported, Injustice: Gods Among Us is coming to iTouch devices. Developed by the same team that worked on Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, the iOS version of NetherRealm's brawler is a "completely custom experience" for mobile. Show More Summary
The popular app is now available for Android
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As intrigued as Batman fans have been by the potential addition of more Robin-centric content to Batman: Arkham City this week, it turns out the game's iOS spinoff title has delivered some of its own Tim Drake goodness. The latest Batman Arkham... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Harely Quinn joins the fun in Warner Bros. Interactive's "Batman: Arkham City Lockdown" as the newest addition to the iOS-based game's list of rogues the Dark Knight must hunt down.
If you've already cracked every skull in the iOS brawler Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, the folks at NeverRealm Studios have good news for you. A new free update is now live that delivers a brand new mission against the likes of Harley Quinn. As... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today announced that a new update for the Batman: Arkham City Lockdown App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is available now. The update includes a brand new level featuring Harley Quinn, a Bruce Wayne skin and achievements, all for free. Show More Summary
So back in early December, we were kind of caught off guard when Batman Arkham City Lockdown [$5.99] hit the App Store. There had literally been zero hype for the title previously, and to top it off it was developed by Mortal Kombat studio NetherRealm using the Unreal Engine, which was surprising but great at [...]
Android apps such as Jetpack Joyride, Madden NFL 12, Pinterest and Batman Arkham City Lockdown are rife with malware. But these aren't the official apps. No, they're merely impostor apps that have snuck past the security gates of the Android Market. More »
Last month, after basically zero pre-release hype, we were pretty surprised to see Batman Arkham City Lockdown [$2.99] pop up in the App Store. Perhaps even more surprising was that NeatherRealm Studios, developer of the recent (and excellent) Mortal Kombat reboot on consoles, was behind the iOS title. And, even more surprising still, Batman Arkham [...]
Gaming: A new update to Arkham City Lockdown puts Batman's '70s costume and (still unpublished) Earth One uniform to the iOS game. [iTunes] TV: The creators of MTV's Jersey Shore are casting for a "geek" reality show. You can probably guess how... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
A new update has been released for the mobile version of Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, which includes two new suits for Batman, each with their own stats as well as the ability to stream-play from any mobile platform.
The people behind Batman's video games seem to think that players can never have enough Batsuits. Loads of variant outfits—some free, some not—have been pushed out for both Arkham City and the iOS spin-off Arkham City Lockdown. The latest update to the Dark Knight's portable adventure includes more new looks, including one from a graphic novel that's not even out yet. More »
When I first talked to Netherrealm Studios' Ed Boon about Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, I told him it was very "Infinity Blade-esque," and even he readily agreed. The game is an iOS version of Batman: Arkham City, which liberally borrows...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. has updated the critically acclaimed Batman Arkham City Lockdown for iOS to add two new Batman skins, iCloud support, and to fix a number of minor bugs. While the new skins are certainly a treat, iCloud support is undoubtedly the most welcome feature for iOS gamers, who can now sync there game between [...]
[Gamasutra rounds up the latest news in the world of App Store gaming, featuring standout releases like Batman Arkham City Lockdown, Bejeweled, Chrono Trigger, and Time Ducks.] - Warner Bros. Launches NetherRealm-Developed Batman Arkham...Show More Summary
"Adam West? Sorry, never heard of him." (Credit: Warner Bros. Entertainment) Why did Batman cross his legs? Because he had to go to the bat-room. I know, I know. But that joke kills in a room full of 7-year-olds. Speaking of Batman (you...Show More Summary
I got to meet up with Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon on the red carpet at last weekend's VGAs, and rather than talking about the popular console fighting series, we instead talked about an iOS title: Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, which...Show More Summary