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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: Rocksteady turns awesome into phenomenal.

    With Arkham Asylum, Rocksteady Studios proved that it was possible to make a great superhero game. Its revolutionary stealth and combat showed that superhero games can compete with games that carried big name developers on the cover. R.S. proved its worth with Arkham Asylum, but capitalized with its... More
  • Blog Post: The Dark Knight May Have Returned, But It Seems The Joke's On Us

    This hurts you a lot more than it hurts me, Batbrain. You know, when I first played this game, and saw the demos, I was on board with everyone else. It looked great, it sounded great, and it seemed like we'd get a bonafide hit. Instead, what we got was a mess of questionable ideas but with enough... More
  • Blog Post: Batman's finest moment

    So, here is the game that I looked forward to the most out of all these. I LOVED Arkham Asylum. It was one of the best games of 2009 and the best super hero game ever. The key word is was. Batman Arkham City didn't just surpass my expectations, it blew them away. The game's story is one of the... More
  • Blog Post: The most disappointing game of this gen. Asininely overrated, with an atrocious storyline and use of characters. Period.

    Arkham Asylum is the undisputed greatest comic book/superhero/licensed game of all time, it's meager sequel isn't even mildly comparable overall. Batman's cape is semi dark purplish blue. He was very illegitimate in many ways anyway, but the blue cape invalidates his character more than anything... 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: Perfect

    This is truly the best game I have played. Gameplay is tight, story is deep and twisted, graphics are gorgeous, I really can't complain about anything. The only time I ever have an issue with the game is when I fail to execute on something. Really the only faults I have with this game is my lack... More
  • Blog Post: Batman kick butts again in Arkham City

    I remember when I played Arkham Asylum, I enjoyed almost everything, I don't recall saying something negative about the game. But when Arkham City was announced, I was a little sad that the game wasn't gonna be based in all Gotham, but still, when I got my hands on it, all I can say is that this... More
  • Blog Post: Become the (K)Night - Review of Batman: Arkham City

    Batman has long been one of the most (if not THE most) iconic superhero crime fighters in the world: a traumatized youth, a successful billionaire, a certified genius, a martial arts expert, and a noire archetype all rolled into one. The biggest tragedy surrounding Batman (aside from his parents) is... More
  • Blog Post: Batman arkham city is here, and it's so for up for grabs for game of the year

    Batman Arkham asylum was great. I couldn't wait for city.Then when I got it, it blew away all expectations I had of it. Batman Arkham city is an amazing game, and is for sure, the best superhero game ever. Graphics are just amazing. It looks way better. Cut scenes are insanely good, with ince again... More
  • Blog Post: Arkham City is ridiculously fun

    When Rocksteady started work on this amazing sequel to Arkham Asylum, they knew that fans would expect something bigger and better, which would be an incredibly painstaking process. They would have to improve the combat system, add tons of new voice clips and audio data, and write a plot that could earn... 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: A City of Wonder

    Batman: Arkham City Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Developer: Rocksteady Systems: Xbox 360, PS3, PC Gameinformer Score: 10- Reviewed by Andrew Reiner Arkham Asylum had a near perfect combat system, an excellent use of stealth gameplay and gadget usage, a really well done story, and was very faithful... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Success!

    Lets rewind to 09. I had gotten my Playstation 3 after Christmas 09, and recieved Arkham Asylum as my first game. I played it, got all the trophies everything. It was fantastic. I figured out a sequel was coming, and I stayed up all night every night waiting for news to be announced. The day Catwoman... More
  • Blog Post: The Year of the Bat!

    Back in 2009, when Batman: Arkham City came out, i was completely blown away. I just couldn't believe the awesome job that developer Rocksteady had done. They had crafted an amazing work from one of, if not my favorite franchises. Then, when Arkham City was announced, I was beginning to wonder how... More
  • Blog Post: Best Comic Book Game Ever Made

    I wasn't expecting much from Arkham City. I was worried that Rocksteady would be a sort of "one-hit wonder" in game development. I figured AC would be a solid game at best, scoring an 8.25 or so. I was very happy to find that I was dead wrong. Arkham City is one of the most amazing, immersive... More
  • Blog Post: The Dark Knight Delivers

    It's a cold night in Arkham City, as thugs guard the entrance to the Steel Mill. As one patrols and keeps a look out, the others huddle around a fire they made in a barrel to keep warm in their thin, worn coats. The one on patrol hears a sound and peers into a dark alcove between the buildings and... 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: Polished like the kings jewels

    This game has spoiled me for all other action games. Seriously, i tried to play Assassins Creed: Revelations the other day and i simply could not play it. All i was thinking was "Batman is so much better than this". The combat, the stealth, the moving around the city is just fantastic. It can... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Arkham City: The Sequel that Batman Deserved

    Sorry that this review is very late, I have been doing many different things but I finally put that all aside to do my first user review for this website, and I decided to review the first big blockbuster this fall. Back in August 2009 when I first played Arkham Asylum I really thought that Rocksteady... More
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