Batman is turning 75 this year and the folks at DC and Warner Bros. are doing their best to give us a little taste of all-things-Caped Crusader. The latest is another animated short, this one set within the world of Batman Beyond. It was released at Wondercon on Saturday the 19th, though it’s not likely […]
As part of the 75th anniversary celebration for the iconic character, Warner Bros. Animation has debuted the first of two animated shorts featuring Batman! This one, titled "Batman: Strange Days," is directed by Bruce Timm ("Batman:Show More Summary
If it’s one show I’m maybe most excited, yet most nervous, about, it’s Gotham, the Batman prequel series airing later this year on Fox. The series will star Ben McKenzie (Det. Jim Gordon), Donal Logue (Det. Harvey Bullock), Jada Pinkett Smith (Fish Mooney), Robin Lord Taylor (Oswald Cobblepot), Zabryna Guevara (Capt. Essen), Sean Pertwee (Alfred Pennyworth), […]
It’s Batman’s 75th birthday this year, which is generally a time for lengthy retrospectives and opinion pieces. Far be it from us to break with tradition, so let’s investigate what was one of Batman’s more important and controversial...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. and Rocksteady share these new screenshots of their awaited title Batman: Arkham Knight, which will be out on PC, PS4 and Xbox One later this year. The screens depict among other things the Batmobile and Akham Knight, the all-new vilain.
Rocksteady shows CVG its fantastical yet familiar finale. Two years on, Batman: Arkham City remains one of the most critically acclaimed video games of all time, and its British developer one of the industry's most respected studios. Click here to read the full article
It was one of the most bizarre stories involving a footballer of the year and perhaps ever. To recap, Real Madrid midfielder Asier Illarramendi was forced to apologise last week when it emerged he had chased a bull dressed as Batman during carnival season in his native Basque Country. Footage and background to this crazy [...]
The story for Batman: Arkham Knight picks up one year after the events of the preceding game, 2011's Arkham City. A whole lot has changed in Bruce Wayne's hometown, including the fact that crime is at an all-time low. Part of it is because someone pretty central to Gotham's criminal ecosystem is laying very low. Show More Summary
The recently-revealed final game from Rocksteady in the Arkham series, Batman Arkham Knight, will feature "traffic-friendly streets" in a map that's said to be "roughly five times the size" of Batman Arkham City. Lead AI and combat programmer Tim...
We know the game is one year after Arkham City, but this trailer suggests otherwise.
We know that Batman: Arkham Knight is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One this year, with an emphasis on the new Batmobile. But given the name, fans couldn't be blamed for assuming the "Knight" refers to Batman himself. Apparently not!
This is 'Father to Son', the announcement trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight due out later this year (for PS4, XBox One and PC). Awesome, but I still need to play Arkham Origins first. Or do I? "Meh." What does that mean? "It's okay." So should I, or shouldn't I --- you know I suck at decision making. Show More Summary
Updated with official details and trailer. Rocksteady's next Batman game has been revealed. Titled Batman: Arkham Knight, it's slated for release this year on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This is also said to be Rocksteady's last Arkham title, and is set after the events of Arkham City.
In a move that won't surprise Batfanatics, a new Batman game is headed to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC at some point this year. The latest caped crusader game entry is titled Batman: Dark Knight, and it's set to complete the trilogy that Rocksteady...
There will be another Batman video game this year, Batfans! Game Informer confirmed "Batman: Arkham Knight" will be out for next-gen consoles Xbox One and PS4 later this year. It will also be out on PC. This time Rocksteady, who made the first two Arkham games, is back in the driver’s seat. Show More Summary
The newly announced title is set one year after ARKHAM CITY. Read the full article on AICN [via] The next and potentially final installment in the rather spectacular BATMAN / ARKHAM game series is coming later this year in the guise...Show More Summary
Via the PlayStation Blog, here's the first trailer for the newly-announced Batman: Arkham Knight, to be released later this year for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Driveable Batmobile! Read more...
Rocksteady is finally back as Warner Bros. has officially announced Batman: Arkham Knight for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, due to release later this year. The Batmobile is finally here and driveable within a Gotham City area bigger than Arkham City. Show More Summary
An early GAME UK retail leak has spoiled today's big Batman reveal: it's Batman: Arkham Knight, the final game in the Arkham series, and it'll be out this year for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Read more...
Looks like we might be seeing what Rocksteady has been up to in recent years. GameStop has received a bunch of new marketing materials for a Batman game, but there hasn't been an announcement for one just yet. Seems there's some chance of Rocksteady announcing their next project next week, so this might tie into that. Link