Game: “Batman: Arkham City”
As a fan of DC Universe comics, I’m well aware that I’ve missed out on the Arkham games for the Xbox 360. I own a 360, but nowadays it often lies idle while I play on my PC. In between all the other titles that have come out recently, somehow the Arkham games have just slipped through my fingers. In Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, you play as Batman, while facing off against the classic… Read On »
This game was reviewed on the Xbox 360. The Bat is back and the inmates are running the – albeit a much larger –asylum once more. Batman: Arkham City released this week and once again, he’s in for a whole new world of pain. Where previously prisoners of Gotham City were sentenced to BlackGate prison or sent to Arkham Asylum, now they are confined to the island city instead. With no enforcement, each of the… Read On »
Wow, what an incredible four days! EuroGamer Expo 2011 blew me away and surpassed all my expectations with awesome games, consoles, and developer conferences – and that’s before I’ve even mentioned the games industry careers fair, Insert Coin’s stunning stand, and OnLive giving away 3,000 of their revolutionary micro-consoles for free! Read On »
Of all the games and demos on display at Toronto’s 2011 FanExpo, one of the most anticipated (at least by me), was Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham City. Two years after the release of the epic first instalment of the series, Batman: Arkham Asylum, the Dark Knight is back in the saddle for a mid-October release. And I get the pleasure of recounting my experience with the demo.