Two Batman games came out last year. The big console version, Batman: Arkham Origins, came from a new development studio. That game's overshadowed, on-the-go semi-sequel Batman: Arkham Origins: Blackgate came from Armature, a collective of creators who helped make the great Metroid Prime games. Previously released…
The worst thing Batman: Arkham Origins: Blackgate has going for it is its mouthful of a title.
Turns out Armature Studio—the development house made up of ex-Retro folks who worked on Metroid Prime—was working on a Mega Man first-person shooter for Capcom. It was cancelled in 2010. Polygon's got the full story.