No escape from Arkham City…the sprawling mega-prison in the heart of Gotham City, home to its most violent thugs and infamous super villains. With the lives of the innocent at stake, only one man can save them and bring justice to the streets of Gotham City… Batman.Read full description
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"The voice acting, the challenges, the amazing opening, the unbelievable ending and the feeling of being the Dark Knight -- these are the things that standout" IGN.com
"Batman: Arkham City's irresistible world, joyous movement, rewarding combat, and varied side quests make it an exceptional adventure game." Gamespot.com
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Batman Arkham City (Base Game)
No escape from Arkham City…the sprawling mega-prison in the heart of Gotham City, home to its most violent thugs and infamous super villains. With the lives of the innocent at stake, only one man can save them and bring justice to the streets of Gotham City… Batman.
Developed by Rocksteady Studios, Batman: Arkham City builds upon the intense, atmospheric foundation of Batman: Arkham Asylum, sending players soaring into Arkham City, the new maximum security “home” for all of Gotham City’s thugs, gangsters and insane criminal masterminds. Set inside the heavily fortified walls of a sprawling district in the heart of Gotham City, this highly anticipated sequel introduces a brand‐new story that draws together a new all‐star cast of classic characters and murderous villains from the Batman universe, as well as a vast range of new and enhanced gameplay features to deliver the ultimate experience as the Dark Knight.
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As the sequel to the amazing Arkham Asylum, City had a lot to live up to. Fortunately, it's not only on par with the original, but in many ways surpasses it. With NG+, more collectibles, more sidequests, and plenty more iconic enemies to beat down, this game really has it all. Most importantly, the combat is still response as ever, and they barely changed anything, only adding new gadgets to Batman's arsenal. After all, "If it ain't broke don't fix it," and Asylum's combat was anything but. Plus, the story is incredible, and even though it goes entirely off the rails for a while, it never stops being a fun ride. The entire climax feels like multiple mind-blowing twists in a row, and they do not disappoint. I think the only criticism I have of this game are the Riddler sidequests, which involve the most blatantly obvious riddles ever riddled. Example, "I am a window you can't see through, but you can see you! This answer may require some REFLECTION." It will challenge your mental prowess only by bludgeoning it with simplicity. It will play games with your head, making you think its too easy, they must be setting up for a trick question, the answer to this one CAN'T be my own shadow, it's too obvious! You're wrong. Shouldn't second-guess yourself, Batman.
Okay, so this is the second in a series of Batman games that is probably considered the best Batman games ever released next to the Lego games, but we won't go there...for now. This has a lot of great things going for it including gameplay, story and visuals. Though there are a few negatives such as getting Batman to hit the person you want when there are a lot of thugs around you as well as the numerous amount of Riddler trophies that give you more of a headache than enjoyment when collecting. Still, it is an awesome game worth every penny spent on it, though it is best to get the Game of the Year edition to get the DLC with it.
Bigger and better, that was the motto of Batman Arkham City, instead of Arkham Asylum we got entire town to our disposal. Apart from Batman we can now control Cat Woman with new set of moves. All other stayed the same, just better. Boss fights are entertaining and Riddler trophies gives sense of accomplishment.
A slightly sequel to previous Batman's game "Batman: Arkham Asylum". Only in this game you get to play in a lot bigger area and with wider story, more to explore and more characters to discover. As previous game, it's done by Rocksteady, applying the same formula. Basically it's improved Batman: Arkham Asylum. Everything you got from Arkham Asylum is find here, only more. More villains, more missions, bigger story, more playable characters (as Catwoman, Robin) and more glitches (or bugs). But in this game those bugs will make you laugh more that be angry. I was able to see during a combat a henchman flying to the skys. Also challenges are more, but that is a minus. If you are aiming for 100% achievements, you have to do maps over and over and over and over again. And controls aren't places very well. I tried to play with a keyboard and with a controller, but I offen found Batman doing something I didn't told him to do ( like instead of running away, he took cover right next to enemy and got filled with bullets) And during a combat, Batman will attack to his desired enemy. But few bugs there and there doesn't make this game worse, it's forgivable since the story is very wide and there is a lot to discover.
After the awesome first game, Rocsteady perfected the formula, and developed a Game that takes everything that was good in the first, and takes it up to eleven! The story is ridiculous, which means, it fits perfectly in the batman lore. The villains are back, and you get some new ones too. The game area is HUGE, and this time, you can move freely in it from the beginning. There are tons of side missions, trophies, challenges and hidden quest, which can greatly elongate this game, but even the main story takes a good 12 hours to finish if you are in a rush! The boss fights are better this time, and while there are still some dudes who's only weakness is repeated punches to the face, there are many others that requires thinking, and using tactics to win. The best one is Mr.Freeze, who will adapt to your tricks, and you cant damage him the same way twice. There's a ton of DLC for this one, and while Catwoman is the longest, the others are worth the money as well. Apart from actually dressing up as a bat and fighting crime in real life, this game is the most real batman experience anyone will get.
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