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I'm sure I wasn't the only gamer who played Batman: Arkham Asylum last year, loved it, and thought to myself, "Where did these Rocksteady guys come from?!" Though it's largely been forgotten, the team at Rockstead did create one game before last year's huge success: Urban Chaos: Riot Response, a 2006 first-person shooter for the Xbox and PlayStation 2.
As the final piece of our month of Batman: Arkham City coverage online, we decided to revisit Rocksteady's past. Join Bryan Vore, Jeff Cork, Andrew Reiner, and I as we team up with firefighters, cops, and medics to take down a gang and save...my mom? Uh, just check out the video below.
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Love the roulette when the guy flips the monster off. Lotta laughs,
postal would be good but very bloody. Good replay. Looks like a rely good game. Both games actually looked good graphic wise.
Gotta play Urban chaos.Looks awesome
I remember playing Urban Chaos when it first came out. It was awesome in my opinon and I still play it today if that says anything about it.
Urban Chaos looks fun. I might have to try and find it and check it out. And Constantine didn't look bad either, until you started killing rats. Oh well.
Underrated fun game!
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nice to see how much a studio can improve.