It's almost half over!
The Batgirl DLC is out today for Batman: Arkham Knight, but only if you paid up and bought the $40 Season Pass. For the rest of you, it'll be available next week piecemeal for $6.99.
Like I said in my review, it's...okay. It...
Batman: Arkham Knight just released the most substantive piece of DLC in its Season Pass with Batgirl: A Matter of Family. That isn't saying much as it is still slight. It's just not as short as the Red Hood and Harley chunks...
The Killing DLC
Enough time has passed for me to make a solid judgement on Batman: Arkham Knight. For the most part, I agree with the sentiments expressed in Steven's review of the core game -- Rocksteady tried too hard in many respects, and...
But just for a second
If I grind Arkham Knight out to one-hundred percent and find out this is what the "Knightfall Protocol" is, I'm going to be so pissed.
One of five could be yours!
Our friends over at Titan Books have been kind enough to give us 5 copies of their new novel: Batman: Arkham Knight - Riddler's Gambit to give away to you lovely folks! It's a prequel to Arkham Knight and looks pretty cool to...
Progress is progress
A community manager for Warner Bros. has taken to the Batman: Arkham Knight forums to post an update on status of the PC version of the game, also announcing that DLC has been delayed for the PC version and that the inte...
It's Joker's main event
When Arkham Knight's first substantial add-on releases, it'll see Batgirl doing a lot of the same activities Batman partakes in -- namely punching enemies into unconsciousness. They should try not to stay like that too ...
I'd fight her
Late last year Final Fantasy producer Tesuya Nomura announced that he was working on a special figure based on Batman's Catwoman, and now we can see the fruits of his labor thanks to a retail listing from Ami Ami.
The figure ...
Go Barbara go
Information is starting to come together for the Batgirl DLC, which will launch as part of the Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass and on its own for $6.99 (July 14 for the former, July 21 for the latter). Instead of a neb...
I'm tapping out
I'm done with Batman: Arkham Knight. I have to be.
After wrapping up the main storyline, which ends strong and is worth experiencing first-hand, I went after those pesky side missions. The Perfect Crime (serial killer), Creat...
Holy bat-milk, you guys! We're doing video reviews regularly now! This one is based on Steven's review of Batman: Arkham Knight. Since we're not so deep into this scheme that we can't self-adjust, I want to hear from you all:...
Tips, tricks, highlights, scores & stats
Holy guacamole, Batman! Arkham Knight sure does have a lot of buttons. Left (d-pad), up (d-pad), up (analog stick), square -- it's got 'em all.
Grab any modern day controller and there are more buttons by default than on the ...
Batman: Arkham Knight may be the third and final title in Rocksteady's trilogy of Caped Crusader games, but its first add-on travels back to before the origins of the series. Okay, well, it's the first add-on save for th...
Man do I love this character though
Just yesterday, we gave you the rundown on the Harley Quinn DLC pack for Batman: Arkham Knight. Much like many aspects of the core game, it was a letdown, mostly due to its length and the fact that it doesn't really provide a...
"I will say that it’s pretty rich for WB to act like they had no idea the game was in such a horrible state," an anonymous quality assurance tester on Arkham Knight told Kotaku. "It’s been like this for months and...
Less than 30 minutes
Harley Quinn is at it again this time with a pre-order exclusive DLC (yuck) for Batman: Arkham Knight. I have good news for everyone who didn't bother pre-ordering -- you aren't missing much.
The entire add-on basically amounts to less than 30 minutes of the same core gameplay as Knight, minus the Batmobile-fest.
Don't say 'Origins!'
Let's start at the beginning, shall we? Batman: Arkham Asylum, through and through, is just a good video game. It took a simple concept ("Be the Bat"), introduced the free-flow combat system and the Predator stealth...
Beat out Witcher 3 and Arkham City
A reminder that Arkham Knight has "Batman" in the name and no volley of excoriating 7/10 reviews (or broken PC ports) can do it harm: Rocksteady's new Batman is the top-selling game of 2015 in the UK by its first week sales, ...
While the PC version of Arkham Knight was busted enough Warner Bros. stopped selling it on Steam (probably wouldn't have happened if Steam didn't just start allowing refunds), some users are making the best of a bad situatio...
Console graphics obtained!
Rocksteady has posted the following update on the Steam Community for PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight, which you can read below.
Basically, they've acknowledged all the problems people were having and already release...
It's about to get gay in here
Last night the boyfriend and I got together -- giggitty -- and shot this latest episode of Newstoid since Jess Brohard is out hunting fugitives with Dog the bounty hunter or whatever. Who knew we would talk about marriage eq...
Rocksteady "working like crazy" to fix the issues
Rocksteady co-founder and game director, Sefton Hill, supports Warner Bros.' decision to pull the borked PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight from sale.
In a tweet late last night, Hill also added that the studio's "best ...
[Note: This review is based on a retail PlayStation 4 copy of Batman: Arkham Knight, not the PC version that is so broken publisher Warner Bros. temporarily delisted it from sale]
If the difference between the real Batman and...
At ye local Microsoft web store
Update 6/28/15: Deal just better and is still active at Microsoft Store. All bundles now includes free copy of AC Unity.
For those with less than crystal clear memory (tsk tsk for not taking the right pill when you were young...
We can wait for a working version
Another Warner Bros. PC release, another nightmare for those of you who pre-ordered the game. This just happened with a broken Mortal Kombat X port and it's happening again with Batman: Arkham Knight. While man...
Hold onto your sides
So apparently there is a small jab at #GamerGate -- or is it at everyone? -- in Batman: Arkham Knight. I guess it is pretty funny, right? Especially the part where they allude to a slur for gay people, right guys? Is everyone laughing? I'm not but maybe I like my humor a bit more highbrow.
It looks like Warner Bros. is doing the right thing and pulling Batman: Arkham Knight from Steam. The publisher released the following statement on the game's Steam community:
Dear Batman: Arkham Knight PC owners, ...
Who needs graphics anyways?
Batman: Arkham Knight released yesterday to terrible Steam user reviews for frame rate issues, and now Eurogamer is reporting that the PC version is missing visuals found in the PS4 port:
Just as baffling is the fact PC lack...
A real shame
Tuesday morning, I had a moment of weakness. After reading some stellar reviews (of the console versions) I allllmost pre-purchased the PC version of Arkham Knight. I've loved every other entry in the series and with those re...
After all of the high-steppin' with its "better on Nvidia" ads, you'd think that some extra care would have been given to Batman: Arkham Knight's PC port, right? Well, like Mortal Kombat X, Warner Bros can't seem to launch a ...