Rocksteady’s original tag team of Batman Arkham games is probably on the way newer hardware, with an announcement being made later today.
Once the dust had settled, developer Warner Bros Montreal had done a bang-up job on the Batman prequel. With Rocksteady now departing the Arkham waters for non-Batman related projects, the Batman game universe will most likely be relying on Warner Bros. Montreal to fill the Dark Knight gap. And it sounds like they’re getting ready for something big.
It’s been two years since Batman: Arkham Origins released. Two years since fans were subjected to a buggy mess of a prequel that could barely manage a fast-travel system before crashing into a sea of glitches and flames. Man, what a difference time makes.
When it comes to Batman, the most bankable bat-themed vigilante around, the chances of another game featuring the dark knight are high indeed.
The August Batman Arkham Knight content has taken me back to 1989 and the bestest Batman of all time, Michael Keaton. But that Christan Bale fella wasn;t bad in the other Batman movies. And his Batmobile was even better. So get ready to take a Tumbler in September.
Six years of busting baddies and saving the day have come full circle in the ultimate Batman video game.
You get to choose your batsuit from the start of Batman: Arkham Knight.
m slightly bummed that I’m out of organs and bathtub ice to help fund this particular acquisition of the dark knight detective.
We’ll see a new game unveiled within the next couple of years, count on it. And maybe, one of them can borrow story elements from some legendary Batman tales.
A bunch of not so old games are getting remastered for newer platforms. Here’s ten that we want to see get the same treatment.
The lovely ladies from Skirts and Swords took a little inspiration from the Gotham Bunnies work of Oskar Vega, resulting in the cosplay mash-up that they call the Arkham Bunnies.
The Batman: Arkham Origins DLC has been released into the wild, along with an action-packed new trailer.