This month sees an additional two Arkham Episodes released, that focuses on fan-favourite burglar Catwoman and the boy wonder, Robin. Neither episode, sets any new benchmarks for the middling story content released so far.
Recently, Batman: Arkham Knight also added some photography to the core game. Similar to the Mad Max model, it works beautifully, and straight from the pause screen. Naturally, I couldn’t resist the idea of taking photos of a mentally damaged vigilante.
Batman: Arkham Knight is a fan service game in every way. And that’s the theme behind the upcoming Community Challenge Pack, which will feature content chosen by the fans. Rocksteady announced over on the Arkham Knight forums that players can expect to return to stately Wayne Manor and the Penguins Iceberg Lounge. Waaaaaaak.
You could be cool. So cool, that you won’t ever have to bother with a monthly armed response subscription, because you’ll have the freakin’ Batman guarding your home. That’s what NECA is teasing, as they’ve got a caped crusader that they’ll be rolling out next year March.
Imagine being on the wrong side of a Batman who also happens to be especially grumpy on the night before Christmas. That’s the idea behind Batman: Noel, which placed a Dark Knight spin on a Christmas Carol. Yes, Batman was essentially Ebenezer Scrooge, but with more leather, Batarangs and fist-based justice. It was awesome.
I haven’t been impressed with Batman: Arkham Knight’s season pass content so far. The story DLC has been pitiful, while the rest of the content has been cosmetic at best. There’s still three more months of content on the way however. And it looks like developer Rocksteady has more of the same on the way. Except now, the content is actually sounding a bit better.
Missed all the news this week? Fear not, we've got you covered! In this week's round up: the Overwatch beta is announced, the attraction academy being at rAge caused a riot with many, and the very, VERY sad fall of Figgy Stardust.
Missed all the news this week? Fear not, we've got you covered! In this week's round up: Far Cry goes Primal, Watermelon is the best fruit ever and Ronald McDonald kills everyone. Also, Matty isn't here. PANIC!
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.