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  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Developers Deliver Mortal Kombat Cake To NetherRealm Studios

    Developer Rocksteady and NetherRealm are both on the Warner Bros. Interactive team, and so to commemorate the success of Mortal Kombat X, the Batman: Arkham developer sent the studio a difficult to eat cake. NetherRealm creative director and Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon shared a few pictures of the... More
  • Blog Post: Die Hard, Robin, And The Music Of Batman: Arkham Origins

    "Batman isn't Batman until there's music and lighting. Otherwise it's a guy standing there in a costume and it looks like a convention," says Eric Holmes, the creative director for Batman: Arkham Origins. While visiting Warner Bros. Games Montreal for our cover story on the next... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham City Video Shows The People Behind The Microphones

    Batman: Arkham City's game of the year edition is hitting stores next week, which explains the timing for this behind-the-scenes look at the Arkham City's recording process. Check out the video to see Batman actor Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill's Joker at the mic. As you can see below, Hamill... More
  • Blog Post: Arkham City Still Contains A Few Undiscovered Secrets

    According to Sefton Hill, Arkham City's director, there are still a handful of easter eggs that haven't been discovered. The game came out over half a year ago, and Hill is saying that there are still 3-4 secrets that haven't been uncovered yet. In the Internet age, video game secret are... More
  • Blog Post: See How They Made The Sounds In Arkham City

    Foley artists have one of the coolest jobs around. They get to mess around with celery and Rollerblades at work, and they get paid to do it. Check out this new Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition trailer for a behind-the-scenes look from Rocksteady's audio team. The video below focuses on... More
  • Blog Post: Arkham City Game Of The Year Edition Packs In Harley Quinn's Revenge

    It looks as though there was something to all that Harley Quinn chatter . According to a new trailer teasing its game of the year compilation, new story-based content is coming to Batman: Arkham City near the end of May. The Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition includes the Catwoman, Nightwing... More
  • Blog Post: Poison Ivy Joins The Gang In Arkham City Lockdown

    The streets of Batman: Arkham City Lockdown have gotten a little nicer looking, thanks to an update on the iOS app. In addition to being optimized for the new iPad's display, the game is getting a pair of new enemies and an original level. As you can see from the video below, Poison Ivy and Robin... More
  • Blog Post: WGA Announces Latest Video Game Writing Nominees

    The Writers Guild of America released its list of nominees for its annual video game writing award, with names as varied as Assassin's Creed: Revelations, Batman: Arkham City, and Mortal Kombat in the running. To be eligible for the award, games had to have been released between December 1, 2010... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim, Portal 2, Arkham City Won Big At VGAs

    Spike TV broadcast the VGA ceremonies last evening, and while there weren't any tremendous upsets among the award winners, the event continued to be a celebration of what's ahead in gaming via several exclusive game reveals. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim took game of the year and best RPG honors... More
  • Blog Post: Arkham City Skins Pack Available Now

    We've seen most of these skins before as retailer-specific pre-order bonuses, but now you can access all of Batman's skins with one download regardless of where you bought Arkham City. It'll cost you 400 Microsoft points or $4.99, and you can access the DLC today. Here are the skins that... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 12/02/11

    We're all still recovering from the long Thanksgiving weekend and preparing for the fresh blast of cold weather in Minnesota, which means plenty of lazy time bundled up inside this weekend to play games. Here's what we'll be tackling this weekend: Tim Turi: I’ve had it about up to here... More
  • Blog Post: New Arkham City Challenge Maps Coming In December

    According to the official @ArkhamCityNews twitter account, new Arkham City DLC will be arriving December 20. It's not all new content, technically. There will be a new challenge map taking place in the Batcave. The Joker's carnival and iceberg lounge challenge maps that were offered as exclusives... More
  • Blog Post: Arkham City Xbox 360 Saves Disappearing

    Numerous users reported recently their game saves for Batman: Arkham City on Xbox 360 have disappeared without warning. According to posts on the official forums for Batman: Arkham City, a bug detected in the game has caused game saves to disappear from the load menu or be deleted completely. Reports... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham City PC Release Delayed Again

    Warner Bros. has delayed the PC release of Batman: Arkham City another week. The game was originally delayed beyond its October 18 release date to November 15 in North America. The PC version is now slipping yet again. Batman: Arkham City for PC will now ship in North America on November 22, in Australia... More
  • Blog Post: Arkham City Sells 2 Million Copies In First Week

    It turns out that we're not the only people who liked Batman: Arkham City . According to Warner Bros., the game has sold 2 million copies worldwide in its first week on sale. The publisher has shipped about 4.6 million copies of the sequel across the globe, which is more than its predecessor sold... More
  • Blog Post: Mark Hamill Retires From Joker Role

    Looks like Batman: Arkham City is the last time we'll hear Mark Hamill voice the Joker. Hamill indicated on Twitter he's done voicing the Clown Prince of Crime. "Hello/Goodbye Joker! I've enjoyed every minute behind the wheel of the Crown Prince's crazy car- I'm going to miss... More
  • Blog Post: Video Shows Potential Batman: Arkham City Sequel Idea

    As you may recall, Rocksteady Studios hid a teaser for the Arkham City within Arkham Asylum. The YouTube video below suggests this developer has a fairly good idea where Arkham City's sequel will go. Of course, this video is filled with SPOILERS, so watch it at your own risk. Also, you should consider... More
  • Blog Post: Warner Bros. Offers Fix For Catwoman DLC

    The release of Batman: Arkham City has given some customers headaches as they tried to input the Catwoman DLC code that came with the game. Some reported the code was invalid, while others said there was no code printed on the voucher at all. Warner Bros. says the issue has affected less than half a... More
  • Blog Post: Batman For PC Has A Few Extra Tools In Its Utility Belt

    Console gamers have been lucky enough to have their hands on Arkham City since Tuesday, but PC gamers have to wait a little bit longer to enjoy the Dark Knight's latest adventure. This video shows off why the PC version just might be worth the wait. The main Batman experience has not been altered... More
  • Blog Post: Online Pass Unlocks Catwoman in Batman: Arkham City

    Those who purchase used copies of Batman: Arkham City won't be able to play the single-player portions of the game containing Catwoman. Every new copy of the game will include the pass, but buying used means you'll have to pay publisher Warner Bros. 800 Microsoft Points or $9.99. "Catwoman... More
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