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  • Blog Post: over stated

    about 80% complete they main challenge ends and the player is stuck doing small side missions. can't repeat missions without deleting everything else gadgets and moves are awesome though More
  • Blog Post: Review: Batman: Arkham City

    Batman: Arkham City is the second iteration of Rocksteady’s highly praised take on the Batman franchise. Arkham City expands on the gritty yet plainly comic book inspired tone of the first, only this time rather than escorting a criminal to the loony bin Bruce Wayne finds himself incarcerated in... More
  • Blog Post: The Dark Knight Excels Again

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 The incredible game Batman: Arkham City is almost over for me. I decided to write this review now because it took me this long to get 100% of the main story and side missions completed. Though it only took me two days to complete... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Arkham City: The Dark Knight's Finest Hour

    Any review I write for this game probably can't be long or good enough, but Arkham City is easily the best superhero game I have played or hope to play in a while. If not for Zelda: Skyward Sword, Batman delivers the greatest game of 2011 for me. The story, characters, and gameplay all combine to... More
  • Blog Post: Batman kick but

    This game was absolutely epic. I can't describe it any other way. More
  • Blog Post: This Game Should Be on Everyone's To-Do List

    Arkham City has gone where I thought no licensed game would ever go. Take the star-power of Batman and his friends/villains (components of such a license), then add perfectly crafted concept art and environments, a dramatic story with impeccable voice acting, and great side missions and collectibles... More
  • Blog Post: batman arkham city short review

    best grapics for a super hero game so far chosse if you want to do a mission or not a twisted ending if only spiderman games were like this More
  • Blog Post: Rocksteady Improves and Stuns

    Batman Arkham Asylum was great. It was good and fun and had great storytelling. Yet, this sequel blows everything else way. The criminals are smarter, the boss battles are tougher, and you can't believe the plot twists that happen. The graphics are as good as ever, and the cast gives it all to the... More
  • Blog Post: The dark knight triumphs!

    Batman: Arkham City is a remarkable success in every aspect. The only problem I've had with this game is a couple of random freezes. This games takes everything from it's predecessor and polishes and expands them to reach new heights of gaming excellence. The graphics and artistic desing work... More
  • Blog Post: Video Game Review: Arkham City; The Dark Knight Returns Triumphant

    Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Considering Arkham City, Rocksteady’s and Warner Brothers Game’s smash hit follow up to the 2009 game of the year Arkham Asylum, came out a little under a month ago, it may seem strange to have taken so long for me to get around to writing... More
  • Blog Post: He's Back in Black

    Concept One of the greatest stories of all Batman and his infinite struggle against the villains of Gotham. Can it get any better. Calendar man, Joker, Hush, Dr. Strange, Freeze, Riddler, Penguin, Cat woman the list goes on. one of the greatest assembly of Gotham villains in any one game. Graphics A... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham City Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Batman: Arkham City Review Kid Safe: Moderate (4.5 / 10) Game Quality: Very High (9.5 / 10) Genre: Open World Action/Adventure - This game takes place where choice is everything. Rather than providing a set story that a player has to follow, they are provided a world that they can explore and do as they... More
  • Blog Post: City of Chaos

    Score: 9.75 / 10 Batman: Arkham City PS3 - Xbox 360 - PC - Wii U (Soon) Developer : Rocksteady Studios Publisher: Warner Brothers Interactive Release Date : October 18th, 2011 Pros: Combat is as fluid, and satisfying as ever Open world gives new freedom to the game Sharp visuals and animation Loads of... More
  • Blog Post: A Perfect Game of the Year Contender

    When Batman: Arkham Asylum hit store shelves in August 2009, critics hailed the gritty epic as the best superhero game of all time. Considering the Caped Crusader’s virtual past of lackluster licenses, Rocksteady Studios had very few challenges to overcome. Two years later, after spending the past... More
  • Blog Post: Is an open world of Batman bad?

    Batman: Arkham Aslymum was one of my favorite games of 2009. With amazing combat, great graphics, and overall just a fun game to play, how do you top that 2 years later? The answer is Batman: Arkham City. Right when you begin Batman: Arkham City, the game goes instantly into action, which is actually... More
  • Blog Post: Pretty Great As You Remembered

    My realeationship with Batman was Prety great when i was a kid but as time passes batman has hit jacked up times He stars in kid shows for cartoon network,and to many kiddy toy ad's and nothing to my sparking interest, but batman has evolved big time to promise change. and arkham city is just the... More
  • Blog Post: A Delicous, Yet Thinly Spread Treat

    I know what you're thinking 8.5?! Really? Let me clarify this point. Is this game great? Yes. Is it a definite contender for "Game of the Year"? Absolutely. Does it capture the feel and atmosphere of Batman? For the most part, yes. Is it perfect? No. I remember reading an article Game Informer... More
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