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More Batman: Arkham Origins headed to Puzzle & Dragons

Dec 22 // Wesley Ruscher
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Nana nana nana nana more Dragons

A second in-game collaboration between Batman: Arkham Origins and Puzzles & Dragons is set to burst, beginning tomorrow, December 23. Like the previous event, 11 characters -- from the world of Arkham Origins -- will invade GungHo Online's addictive free-to-play puzzler in a special themed dungeon.

Taking place Blackgate Prison, players will take pit their crews up against -- and with the chance of adding to their teams -- heinous villains such as The Joker, Bane, Solomon Grundy, and Deathstroke. Additionally, heroes like Batman, Robin, and Catwoman can be obtained in a special in-game Rare Egg Machine. 

The first time Warner Bros. and GungHo teamed up, I though it was pretty amusing -- even amid the strangeness of the pairing. The dungeons were pretty challenging for my team at the time, and I only ended up with two -- albeit useful -- boy wonders. 

I've let a little metaphorical dust settle on my team as of late in Puzzles & Dragons, but these little events always seem like a good enough reason if any to hop back in to the action. 

The Batman: Arkham Origins and Puzzles & Dragons event concludes January 5, 2014.


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