I’ve been playing Batman: Arkham Knight, a game about a billionaire who never says thank you to his employees. I’m really enjoying it so far. I expected to have a good time flying around Gotham and beating up thugs. What I didn’t expect was how good the investigations would be.
You’re probably tired of hearing about problems with Batman: Arkham Knight on PC, and, believe me, I’m tired of writing about it! But there’s something weird going on with the game’s Steam page (again!), with reviews for the game getting flagged as “pre-release,” despite having been written this week.
Following last week’s re-release of a game still broken for many players, Warner Bros. is now offering full refunds on Steam copies of Batman: Arkham Knight until the end of the year. Everyone who purchased a copy should take advantage.
When Warner Bros. decided to start telling Batman: Arkham Knight on PC again, you might have thought this disastrous story was finally over. Not quite, as it turns out. Despite months of patches, the game still has significant problems.
Warner Bros. is selling Batman: Arkham Knight on PC again, and anyone who’s bought (or buys) it before November 16 will get every Arkham game for free. A “community challenge pack” will arrive first for PC owners in January, and the DLC that’s already come out on consoles should be coming for PC players soon.
Tearing through your town in a full-size replica of the tank-like Batmobile that Batman drives in the Arkham Knight game is sure to get you pulled over in no time. But a smaller go-kart version of that same Batmobile? Your local police might just ask to take it for a spin.
Arkham Knight, a PC game so broken that its publisher Warner Bros. had to withdraw it from sale, was released in June. It’s taken until September, but a patch to (hopefully) fix it is rolling out now.
Today on Highlight Reel we have special viewer requests, Rocket League backflips, a drunk Batmobile, and much more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have bad guys turned into grotesque monsters, Rocket League assists, drunk missiles and much more!
It’s not just the Batman who can pull off amazing video game cosplay. The Arkham Knight, he wants in on it too, with this nutso 3D-printed outfit.
They really just get in the way. But, as actor Takayuki Yamada explains, this is not cosplay.
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have guitar abuse, interstellar Batman launches, frozen Witcher enemies and much more!
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have lucky banana snipes, Batman beatdowns, helicopter heads and much more!
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 Knight comic book cover by Jason Fabok and Emilio Lopez. It's included in the Arkham Knight Limited Edition and Batmobile Edition:
The Batman: Arkham Knight official site now has a new mini-site allowing you to study the Batmobile from all angles: