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 […]
Just this week I posted a news piece that was more me despairing the current situation we have found ourselves in. At £33 the Batman: Arkham City season pass promised some very vague DLC plans in exchange for a massive amount of money. Not to be outdone it […]
Featuring new story missions, additional super-villains invading Gotham City, and more! The post Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass and Premium Edition Announced appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
So the new Arkham Knight footage and trailer show that we will not only be playing at Batman, but some of Gotham City’s finest OTHER heroes as well. This only makes the impending Gotham Knight character’s real identity even more compelling,...Show More Summary
Warner Bros have today sent us a fantastic new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight. The new trailer shows how Batman turns to his closest allies to help him save Gotham City from the clutches of Scarecrow and the Arkham Knight’s army.Show More Summary
The latest trailer for the sure-fire smash-hit Batman: Arkham Knight offers glimpses at Robin, Nightwing and Azrael in a Gotham City besieged by conflict. Check out the "All Who Follow You" trailer here.
We played with brand new toys (sorry, "collectibles") of Batman, Harley, Red Hood, and Scarecrow. Also, check out this massive deluxe Arkham City Clayface figure!
Get ready for an intense trip into Gotham City with the Batman: Arkham Knight Limited Edition Collection, featuring art, a comic book, and a statue. Oh… and a video game. Journey into the Arkham world one final time with Batman: Arkham Knight. In addition to the final game in the popular series, the collection also […]
This Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Action Figure will scare all of the other figures in your collection. It is based on the Arkham Knight video game, which takes place a year after the events of Batman: Arkham City, where we saw Jonathan Crane dragged off by Killer Croc. Now he’s back with a new look. […]
The holidays could have a bit of a saving grace for Xbox One and PS4 owners in the form of a seventh-gen remaster. Yes, the very popular Rocksteady titles for the Xbox 360 and PS3 could be making a return in true HD for the Xbox One and PS4.Click To Continue Reading
Remastered versions of Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Asylum are reportedly being remastered for PS4 and Xbox One.
Bat-fans, we've got good news and bad news. We'll start with the good: Rocksteady, the studio behind the critically acclaimed "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and "Batman: Arkham City" video games, released a new 7-minute trailer for "Arkham Knight" Monday. Show More Summary
The Batman: Arkham Asylum Harley Quinn Boots were made for walking, while getting the attention of all the Batmen and Jokers in your life at the same time. Personally, I think this look belongs to the Arkham City Harley, but there are so many Arkham titles out now that it’s getting hard to keep track […]
This prequel comic bridges the gap between Arkham City and Arkham Knight. Is it worth checking out?
Following up “Batman: Arkham City” is no easy task. The story in that game was sublime, and managed to cut to the core of both Batman and Joker’s characters. So when it came time for Peter J Tomasi to write the followup comic in “Batman: Arkham Knight” #1 I’m sure I wasn’t the only person […]
The classic card game Love Letter gets a Batman makeover with the Batman Love Letter Batman Card Game. It’s up to you to take back the streets of Gotham City! Villains in Gotham City have escaped Arkham Asylum and it’s up to the Dark Knight to round them up and return them to their prison. […]
The world raised an eyebrow when it was revealed Batman: Arkham Knight would be M-rated, since the previous games—Arkham Asylum, Arkham City—were both T-Rated. The ESRB has now released its official ratings entry for Arkham Knight, providing insight into the decision. Read more...