Harley Quinn doesn't get naked and have sex in any of the Batman video games that she's appeared in. But the Joker's psycho girlfriend does exactly that in the new animated movie tied to Arkham Asylum and Arkham Origins. It's not the only surprise in there either.
You know what game was actually pretty damned good? Batman: Arkham Origins.
One fo the best Batman action figures on the market is the Arkham Origins Play Arts Kai Batman from Square Enix, but I'm having a hard time justifying the $99 purchase. Slap on a coat of shiny paint and limit it to 1,000 figures sold during this year's San Diego Comic-Con and I may reconsider.
It's always good to see Bruce Wayne kick some ass out of costume. Some of that playboy crimefightin' is on display in this new look at the Cold, Cold Heart DLC that due to hit Batman: Arkham Origins this month. There's also a look at the new Batsuit players will use in the Mr. Freeze-focused add-on. Cold, Cold Heart…
Time for a warmer Bat-suit, Master Bruce. The upcoming story-based DLC—presumaby the one being prioritized over fixing the bugs players have been complaining about—for Batman: Arkham Origins will focus on the first appearance of Mr. Freeze in the Batman video game continuity. And, according WB Games exec Ames Kirshen,…
The developers of Batman: Arkham Origins have no plans for any further patch to address bugs or problems gamers are reporting in the official forums. However, they are "working hard on the upcoming story DLC." Ruh roh.
Warner Bros. has reportedly cancelled all upcoming DLC for Batman: Arkham Origins. Seems the poor Wii U just can't catch a break.
I shouldn't like to be in Batman's shoes when he has to face enemies like this in Batman: Arkham Origins. That is just truly horrifying.
Warning: mild spoilers follow for plot points in Batman: Arkham Origins.
With the recent release of the third game in the award-winning Batman: Arkham series upon us, there are plenty of places I'd expect the Dark Knight and friends to be showing up this week. As collectible characters in mobile sensation Puzzle & Dragons was not one of them.
With Warner Bros Games Montréal handling development, many fans were worried that Arkham Origins wouldn't (couldn't?) live up to its Rocksteady-produced predecessors. As is often the case with console-oriented releases, PC gamers were burdened with the extra concern of whether to expect a quality port.
Starting today, Nvidia's Shield Android gaming console adds the ability to stream gameplay from a gaming PC to your television set. It's incredibly cool. Want to see?
Batman does a bit more detective work in his new game. Good thing? Bad thing? Take a look as Evan Narcisse and I show you what's new in Batman Arkham Origins.
We don't want to ruin any of the surprises in the new Batman: Arkham Origins and Batman: Arkham Origins: Blackgate games today—not if you don't want to be spoiled. But if you do want to know about the very exciting future of the franchise that both games are teasing, keep reading. That was a spoiler warning. Got it?…
Troy Baker's Joker voice is one of the best things about Batman: Arkham Origins. But it’s also a disturbingly reverent impersonation of Mark Hamill's take on the Clown Prince of Crime. Therein lies the conundrum of the latest video game featuring the Dark Knight.
Deathstroke is one of the eight assassins sent to kill Batman in Batman: Arkham Origins, so he should be a formidable opponent. The problem is, he's a bit too tough, resulting in a pretty frustrating boss fight. Take a look at the video above for how to get through it.
While we're still a week out from the October 25 release of Batman: Arkham Origins for consoles and PC, the free-to-play mobile game is alive and kicking. Also punching. Watch.
One of the villains hunting the Dark Knight in Batman: Arkham Origins must hate water. Revealed during the game's spotlight panel during this past weekend's New York Comic-Con, the Electrocutioner is one of the super-assassins looking to collect a bounty on Batman's head. It's a safe bet that some of that electrified…
Troy Baker, who has replaced Mark Hamill as the Joker in the next big Batman Arkham video game, and who has replaced Nolan North as the ubiquitous voice-actor who seems to star in every other major game, read some lines at New York Comic Con yesterday. And not just any lines. Some lines the great Alan Moore wrote for…
Having NetherRealm Studio make a free mobile tie-in for DC fighter Injustice: Gods Among Us worked out so well, Warner Bros. is having them do the same thing for Batman: Arkham Origins. Bring on the beefy Batmen!