We’ve got another round of Ultimate Editions for you featuring a lot of last year’s biggest titles including Far Cry 3, Batman: Arkham City, Assassin’s Creed III and many more, so check them out! There are also some new games releasing this week like Resident Evil Revelations, Fast & Furious: Showdown as well as a pre-order for Remember Me.
Batman: Arkham Origins features an expanded Gotham City and introduces an original prequel storyline occurring several years before the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. Taking place before the rise of Gotham City's...Show More Summary
So far, the news of the new Arkham game, Batman: Arkham Origins hasn’t exactly had me going out of my mind with excitement, and that’s because this one isn’t coming from Rocksteady. And it isn’t a continuation of Arkham City, Paul Dini has no involvement, and it won’t feature Mark Hamill as The Joker. That [...]
The first full trailer for "Batman: Arkham Origins" is out and it's awesome. The game is a prequel to the two previous best-selling games, "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and "Batman: Arkham City." If you're excited, you'll have to wait until the fall since it won't hit shelves until October 25. Show More Summary
The excellent, expansive Batman: Arkham City was always going to be a tough act to follow, and Batman: Arkham Origins, this fall's next in the series, does not immediately make a strong case that it will surpass its predecessor. Read more...
Since I'm a rational, right-thinking person, it should come as no surprise that the last two Batman games -- Arkham Asylum and Arkham City -- rank among my favorite video game offerings in recent memory. With Rockstar giving up development duties for the series, though, my excitement for Arkham Origins has been tempered. Show More Summary
The Arkham series loves making its villains playable as DLC. In Arkham Asylum, you could play as the Joker in free PS3-exclusive DLC. In Arkham City, you could play as Catwoman in a story integrated into the main campaign--provided you bought a copy of the game new. Show More Summary
Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman in Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, will reprise his role in Arkham Origins. Conroy confirmed the news during a panel discussion at Dallas Comic Con (via Batman News).
It's near Christmas, it's snowing, but all is not well in the city of Arkham, as a young Batman will be fending off assassins that want to end his storied career before it even gets started. A new teaser for Batman: Arkham Origins shows the Dark Knight battling perhaps the toughest killer in the group, Deathstroke. Show More Summary
This Batman: Arkham Origins teaser features no gameplay, no real concept of how the game will differ from the excellent Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. What it does feature is grizzled Batman in a CGI fight ballet with Deathstroke, and that's good enough for this morning. Show More Summary
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Batman: Arkham Origins is starring a younger Dark Knight, in a younger Gotham City. That change impacts everything, and art director Jeremy Price has talked a bit about how the new setting and younger Bat will be reflected in the game's visual style. Show More Summary
- Batman and Captain Gordon meet for the first time during the events of Arkham Origins - Senior producer Ben Mattes says there are elements to the story that they will never - It's "year two" of Batman's career, roughly speaking - WB...Show More Summary
Kevin Conroy might not be reprising his role as Batman in Arkham Origins. New voice actor to represent Batman's inexperience.
Latest images show new (old?) Batsuit. Fresh screenshots and artwork for Batman: Arkham City Origins have appeared online. Click here to read the full article Related Stories Beyond Two Souls: Tribeca Film Festival trailer SimCity fixes...Show More Summary
Veteran voice actor Kevin Conroy will not voice Batman in Warner Bros. Montreal's upcoming Arkham City: Origins. It's unclear whether Conroy was asked back. The prequel is known to star a younger version of the character than shown in...Show More Summary
Kevin Conroy, who has voiced Batman in all kinds of stuff, from the classic 90s animated series to Rocksteady's last two masterpiece video games, will not be reprising his role in the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins. Read more...
This info is said to come from multiple magazines, but we can't confirm it at this time. - Batman is more of a rookie compared to his Arkham City persona - every boss encounter will be different - Warner Bros. feels they've really done...Show More Summary
Based on the award winning 2011 game of the year, BatmanTM: Arkham City Escape is a two player board game that pits Batman against all of his greatest foes as they try to escape Arkham! One player will take on the role of Batman while the other will control all villains. Show More Summary
The Batman: Arkham franchise has spawned two excellent console games and a surprisingly decent mobile spin-off. Can its magic translate into yet another medium: the board game? Arkham City Escape is a two player board game that "pits...Show More Summary