Batman: Arkham Origins is a prequel in the Arkham franchise, following a Batman who's more myth than legend at this point in his crime fighting career. This is a younger Bruce Wayne, more agile in combat yet still equipped w... more
LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes is now available for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. The game offers both a classic or use the new touch screen specific control scheme. You can also unlock characters the normal way or... more
Batman's back (in LEGO form) and he brought his friends along for sequel in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. Not just Robin, though. Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman and Aquaman are among the blocky heroes, and The Joker and ... more
After devoting an entire Sunday to dealing with the Riddler and his absurd amount of collectibles in Batman: Arkham City, I walked away from the game and never looked back. With any luck, "Harley Quinn's Revenge" will pull m... more
Metal Gear Solid isn't the only series getting some action figure love from Square Enix. The Rocksteady Batman games are also marching in the Play Arts Kai toy line parade.
To celebrate the recent release of Arkham City, Batm... more
If you're finished with Batman: Arkham City and sad that you've got no more bat-themed gaming to do, fret not. Batman: Arkham City Lockdown appeared on iTunes last night without herald, and is yours to download for $5.99.
Words? Who needs those? As a follow-up to Nick's post on the Batman: Arkham City collector's edition, we have an image of what the $99.99 bundle includes, straight from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Custom Batman s... more
While many of us are more compelled by The Riddler because we must get one-hundred percent completion and can't be helped, you have to give credit to Two-Face as well.
We got a decent look at Rocksteady's take on the character already. Now, we have high-resolution art of the grumpy fellow -- and background details, which are slightly creepy. Just slightly.
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You know the old joke: what's black and white and red all over? The final box art for Batman: Arkham City!
Warner Bros. released the artwork for Rocksteady's upcoming title, and I figured you'd want to see what it looks like.... more