Someone’s on the hunt for Gotham’s Dark Knight. Check out the latest teaser to for Rocksteady’s anticipated sequel—Batman: Arkham Asylum. Expect an exclusive look at this year’s Spike TV Video Game Awards.
Game Informer revealed minor details, along with two baddies, for the confirmed Batman: Arkham Asylum sequel—Arkham City—and now more details emerge from the upcoming September issue.
Voice actor for Batman in Batman: Arkham Asylum, Kevin Conroy, mistakenly revealed at the C2E2 comic convention in Chicago that Harvey Dent will be in the sequel to last year’s smash. A fan supposedly tricked the actor into revealing the if Two-Face would return, to which Conroy replied, “There’s a very complicated cast…A lot of … Continue reading
Batman: Arkham Asylum gets a 3D makeover for its Game of The Year edition, along with Batman and Joker 3D glasses. If you have not played Arkham Asylum, you need to be placed in a straightjacket because you’re loonier than Harley Quinn. This game is bad ass in every sense of the phrase. Check the … Continue reading
When it comes to comic book games, one thought comes to mind: 80% of them suck. And considering the new Batman game had been delayed at the last minute a few months back, our hopes were beginning to dwindle even more. But the reviews have come pouring in and guess what…Batman: Arkham Asylum is the … Continue reading
Well…somewhat atleast. Stop by Geoffrey the Giraffe’s house from 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. tomorrow, and walk out with a copy of Batman: Arkham Asylum and a $30 Gift Card. If you purchae games on a regular basis, do the math, you just got the game for half the price. It’s worth it, Arkham Asylum … Continue reading
Holy sh*t! We might actually get a great Batman game. Check out the latest villains to take residence in Gotham’s most dangerous mental asylum. Hope the Bat has enough gadgets in his Belt. Game developer Eidos got a winner here.
A month before its release, Eidos Interactive and Warner Bros. have delayed the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum video game till the 4th quarter of 2009. An Edios representative sent out this statement to Game Informer Magazine:
Recently, Eidos and Warner Bros. have announced that Joker will be a playable character in the new Batman: Arkham Asylum game for the PS3. You can download him through the Playstation Network and wreak havoc in the Challenge Maps. If you’ve never seen the Dark Knight or you weren’t around to see the stans last … Continue reading