Last year, rumors about a compilation of Rocksteady’s Arkham games ran rampant — and now it seems that the collection might release sooner rather than later.
PC gamers that purchase Batman: Arkham Knight before November 16th will be given free access to Batman: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City, and every other game in the series.
As more games are created, so are more game clichés. A cliché doesn’t have to be a bad thing, but these three examples are starting to wear a bit thin.
According to NeoGAF user Sangetsu-II, a new survey is asking for fans’ opinions regarding potential ‘Batman: Arkham Asylum’ and ‘Batman: Arkham City’ remasters.
Characters have been addressing the audience since stage plays were the most popular form of entertainment, but these five video games break the fourth wall in unique ways.
Good deal, bat-fans; for the next two days, ‘Arkham Asylum,’ ‘Arkham City,’ and ‘Arkham Origins’ are on sale as a $9.99 bundle.
‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ has been announced for next-gen, with a stunning cinematic trailer promising a finale to the series, and the long-awaited arrival of the Batmobile.
With ‘Dishonored’ and ‘Thief’ proving stealth gaming is still a mainstream draw, we look back on the best stealth games ever released.
Those who missed out on the ‘Batman: Arkham’ series so far are in luck, as a bundle of the three titles will be released in the UK next week.
Leaked images of Official Xbox Magazine’s cover story on ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ reveals that classic villain Mad Hatter will be joining the bad guy roster.
‘Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate’ developer Armature offers new details about their 2.5D title – combining the Dark Knight and Metroidvania gameplay.
Warner Bros. Games Montreal announces details for ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ and a spin-off game for the 3DS and Vita called ‘Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate’.
Rocksteady’s next ‘Batman’ title has been rumored for some time, but the latest reports claim ‘Arkham Origins’ will be released on PS4 and next-gen consoles in 2013.
Warner Bros. Montreal job postings hint at development of a sequel to ‘Batman: Arkham City’ that could release this fall.
Warner Bros. has announced that a new installment in the ‘Batman Arkham’ franchise will release in 2013. A developer, release date, title and specific platforms, however, remain a mystery.
Warner Bros. has registered several Batman domain names that could tease possible titles for a yet-to-be announced ‘Arkham Asylum’ sequel (or prequel) game.
‘Arkham Asylum’ and ‘Arkham City’ writer Paul Dini has revealed that he will not be returning to script Rocksteady Studios’ rumored ‘Batman’ Silver Age title.