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  • Blog Post: DC Collectibles Unveils Batman: Arkham Knight Figures

    You won’t need to wait until 2015 to get your Batman: Arkham Knight fix. DC has announced a number of figures based on characters from Rocksteady’s third Arkham title. In addition to both the Arkham Knight and the Dark Knight, Harley Quinn will be available in her latest outfit. Scarecrow’s... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Assault Movie Releasing On Blu-Ray, DVD This Summer

    Warner Bros. Animation's next film, Batman: Assault on Arkham , is locked in for an August 12 release on Blu-Ray, DVD, and digital. This film is a direct sequel to the Batman: Arkham Origins video game, picking up with the post-credit scroll tease of the formation of the Suicide Squad, a government... More
  • Blog Post: Submit Your Questions For Our Batman: Arkham Knight Podcast

    Rocksteady is finishing up its Arkham trilogy this year with the release of Batman: Arkham Knight. We helped announce the game through our cover story, and rolled out a month of coverage on it as well. Do you have any lingering questions? Ask away. We'll be looking through the comments for your questions... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Dusting Off His Cowl For 2013

    Warner Bros. Interactive is preparing the release of another Batman Arkham game. According to a company executive, that new game is slated for 2013. John Martin, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer at Warner mentioned the game during an investor call . "[W]e also have a strong... More
  • Blog Post: Another Wave Of Arkham City Action Figures Is On The Way

    DC Collectibles is releasing a fourth series of action figures based on Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham City video game in March. This wave consists of Deadshot, Talia, Nightwing, and a new sculpt of Batman, who has apparently been beefing up his neck muscles. There aren't many characters left in... More
  • Blog Post: Batman's Wii U Box Art Goes Electric Blue

    Wii U? More like Wii blue! Today, Warner Bros. released the new box art for the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition. Compared to previous Arkham City box art , the new look is very clean and much to be preferred. The new version of the popular game will include all previous Arkham City... More
  • Blog Post: Catwoman Gets New Costume In Wii U's Batman: Arkham City

    Gotham City's blacksmiths must be making a killing. Both Batman and Catwoman debut new suits of armor exclusively in the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham City, which is appropriately dubbed the "Armored Edition." Catwoman's armor retains her sense of style with the high heels and raised... More
  • Blog Post: Next Rocksteady Batman Game Set In Silver Age?

    He's already explored Arkham Asylum and cleaned up the streets of Arkham City. What's next on that crazy Batman guy's agenda? If rumors turn out, he may be going back in time to the Silver Age. Variety is passing along word that Warner Bros. and Rocksteady are working on the series' next... 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: Square Enix Taps Arkham Asylum For Second Action Figure Series

    Square Enix's second line of Batman: Arkham Asylum figures consists of two figures: An armored Batman and Harley Quinn (who comes packaged with Scarface). Like the first line in this series (Batman and Joker), both of these sculpts offer a high level of articulation and optional hand parts. This... More
  • Blog Post: Mutated Joker Featured In New Arkham City Action Figure Line

    DC Direct dropped a surprise on comic book retailers today in the form of a product catalog that showcases many of the company's planned action figures for 2012. In addition to first shots of figures based on the upcoming feature film The Dark Knight Rises , this catalog shows off figures based on... More
  • Blog Post: Rocksteady Thanking Arkham City Fans With Free Batman Inc. Skin

    Batman is many things to many people. For some, he's the world's greatest detective, able to solve crimes and bring those responsible to justice. For others, he's a protector of the innocent, keeping the residents of Gotham City safe while patrolling the darkened streets and alleys. And for... More
  • Blog Post: Can Warner Bros. Montreal Top Batman: Arkham City?

    Warner Bros. new Montreal studio will be working closely with DC Comics and is likely working on games based off the publisher's stable of popular characters. It also hopes to buck the industry trend of cheap cash in titles that suck. Sounds good to us. In a recent interview with Canadian Business... More
  • Blog Post: Why So Serious? Arkham City Has A Big-Head Mode

    Big-head modes are a classic gag in games, adding a few extra laughs to titles like GoldenEye and NBA Jam. Don't think that Batman is above having a little fun with a big ol' noggin, even though he likes to play up his Mr. Serious persona. Rocksteady has hidden the mode in Batman: Arkham City... More
  • Blog Post: Who Is Your Favorite Arkham City Villain?

    There are so many, it's hard to name just one. Whether it's Riddler's puzzletastic head scratchers, or the way Joker makes you laugh, tell us which baddie is the most memorable. Spoilers encouraged. If you haven't already completed Batman: Arkham City, we recommend you click away to another... More
  • Blog Post: Nightwing Prepares To Split Kick Some Butt

    Batman surprised us when he showed up to Arkham City without his li'l pal Robin. Sure, the caped crusader made due with Catwoman, but it just wasn't the same. Warner and Rocksteady revealed that Robin Nightwing would be available November 1 as a DLC character, and now you can see the boy wonder... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham City 'Nightwing' DLC Dated

    The first downloadable content pack for Batman: Arkham City will hit on November 1, Warner Bros. announced today. The content includes Nightwing, who has his own arsenal of special gadgets and moves, in addition to two challenge maps: Wayne Manor and Main Hall. Nightwing will be playable in the game's... More
  • Blog Post: Poison Ivy And Mad Hatter Spotted In Arkham City

    Batman: Arkham City's rogue's gallery keeps getting bigger. Today, images leaked of a returning favorite and a surprise new addition to the game. As you can see, Mad Hatter is making his first appearance in the Arkham series, which will be welcomed by Batman fans. Even better, Poison Ivy, one... More
  • Blog Post: Deadshot & New Gadgets Revealed In Batman: Arkham City

    Arkham City is teeming with villains, and a new antagonist has been revealed as well as some new gadgets to work with in the game. Gametrailers has the info on Deadshot in Arkham City, who appears courtesy of a side mission that involves Batman's investigation of a series of murders. As far as the... More
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