More to like than to dislike

This is easily the most cinematic of all the Arkham games. There's a lot of excellent mini-cut scenes throughout the game, and they seem to have a darker, more adult feel. So far I like the upgrade skill tree. On the other hand, I have a few nit picks. Some of the civilians you save have a very crude run and cower animation that is right out Fable 2. There are a few frequently used set pieces, such as the snow covered cop cars, that are bizarrely way too small. And I didn't think I would mind the new voice actor, but his Kevin Conroy impression can get annoying when he's giving you the in game prompts and hints. So far this is an absolute must for Batman fans, but if you are more a fan of the series rather then the character you might not get as much out of it. I have been mainlining this Batman fix and really digging it.

Original post by Steve Marinconz on Kotaku

We Took A Look At Two New Features In Batman: Arkham Origins

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.

Take a look at our full review of the game here.

Batman: Arkham Origins is out now on PC, Wii U, PS3, and Xbox 360.