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Arkham City was released on October 18th, 2011. Three years ago. Despite that, players are still finding stuff hidden in the game.
Injustice: Gods Among Us, the latest fighting game based on the DC Universe characters, just hit the shelves today in North America. This gave us a great opportunity to ride back in time and see DC Comics characters featured in video games evolve from large dull pixels to realistic entities.
Well this certainly sounds cool. Deck-building game designers Cryptozoic games are creating a new game based on Arkham City. In a cool twist, the game will cast one player as the caped crusader, and the other as all of his enemies, and they'll duke it out for control of Arkham City. Using cards, in the Batman…
Now that you've spent dozens of hours collecting the virtual Riddler Trophies in Batman: Arkham City, why not spend several hundred dollars collecting a real one?
The next Batman game will be a prequel that centers around Batman's first encounter with the Joker, according to a new report.
Harley Quinn's Revenge has had the opposite effect on me than whatever its creators likely intended.
The trailer for the next Arkham City DLC harley Quinn's Revenge starts out about how you'd expect—with lots of hot (or, "hot") close-ups of our favorite ICP groupie Harley Quinn walking slowly away from the camera.
Traveling about Arkham City need not be done on foot or primarily by grappling hook. The game's developer, Rocksteady, laid out the city to take advantage of Batman's ability to grapple to a ledge and then launch off that point into a long glide. Theoretically, you could go from one end of Arkham to the other in…
Every great villain has a collection filled with their greatest feats of evil. Stolen art, vast amounts of wealth, maybe even a frozen Han Solo, but the most elusive piece is of course, the Batman.
It's no secret Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is working on a follow-up to the smash hit Batman: Arkham Asylum, but what will it be called? Perhaps one of fifteen newly-registered Arkham-themed website domains contains a clue?