Batman: Arkham Knight spins one of the most ambitious video game stories ever told, and watching it thunder to its conclusion is like watching a 747 successfully land on a helicopter pad. It may not be known for its narrative, but that is its achievement—a spiraling and notably interactive tale that takes you inside…
Batman: Arkham Knight just got yet another delay—the upcoming superhero action game will now come out on June 23, the developers say. More time to polish that batsuit.
Being ‘the world’s greatest detective’ is one of Batman’s things, so it makes sense that the new Arkham Knight trailer had a rock hard mystery hidden inside.
Arkham City was released on October 18th, 2011. Three years ago. Despite that, players are still finding stuff hidden in the game.
It's called the New York Comic Con "Exclusive" Play Arts Kai Deathstroke action figure, but you can actually preorder it and have it shipped to your home:
You know what game was actually pretty damned good? Batman: Arkham Origins.
Via the PlayStation Blog, here's the first trailer for the newly-announced Batman: Arkham Knight, to be released later this year for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Driveable Batmobile!
GameStop got a new shipment of Batman banners yesterday—and although these materials could be marketing an older game or even downloadable content for last year's Arkham Origins, evidence is pointing to a new Arkham reveal next week.
Among the many exciting bits in this new Batman: Arkham Origins trailer: Alfred (I think?) dressing down a young Bruce Wayne, the Caped Crusader's first encounter with Future-Commissioner Gordon, and a heck of a lot of punching.
As revealed at today's Comic-Con panel, Batman's slither-y adversary Copperhead will be a woman in the upcoming game Batman: Arkham Origins. Here's a new reveal trailer, in which she shows The Bat what for.
Every year the Writers Guild of America awards a special Outstanding Achievement in Video Game Writing award to the team responsible for the most memorable interactive entertainment script. Which of these five titles will walk away a winner on February 19?
If, tomorrow, I got a news release telling me Nolan North was the new play-by-play man for Madden NFL I would not bat an eye. He has lent his voice to just about every major video game release imaginable in the past five years. Now he will voice, of all characters, The Penguin, in Batman: Arkham City.
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.