Yet another leak for Rocksteady Studios’ and Warner Bros. Interactive’s Batman: Return to Arkham HD Collection crops up, revealing the game’s box art.
An Italian retailer’s online listing claims a release from Rocksteady Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive for a Batman: Return to Arkham HD Collection is in the works.
Nintendo is not the only company capable of combining different franchises into one complete game. Here’s our pick of the 10 video game crossovers we want to see happen.
According to a press leak, Batman Arkham HD Collection is in the works for current generation platforms, and it is set for availability later this year.
With The Division offering up a disease-ridden New York on the brink of collapse, we take a look at ten of the worst places to live in video game history.
Telltale Games announces the release window for its upcoming Batman adaptation. Episode one of the five-part series is targeting a release later this summer.
Following the reveal of Batman: A Telltale Game Series at The Game Awards 2015, Telltale Games CEO Kevin Bruner sheds some light on their upcoming Batman game and future titles.
Pop culture collectibles manufacturer Prime 1 Studio announces the release of a statue for Batman Arkham Knight featuring the game’s Batman Beyond skin.
The official Rocket League YouTube page uploads a new trailer for the latest car pack, which will feature a battle-car based on Batman’s iconic Batmobile.
With plenty of crossover cars already found within its ranks, we take a look at five famous vehicles we’d love to see make an appearance in Rocket League.
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.
A Batman: The Dark Knight tie-in game never made its way to store shelves and this investigative video explains all of the problems that led to the game’s inevitable cancellation.
Batman: Arkham Knight fans who complete literally everything that Rocksteady Studio’s action-adventure game has to offer at this point will get a tiny, yet shiny reward.
Rocksteady Studios hints that it’s not completely finished with Batman: Arkham Knight and the overall series, as the developer alludes to more content for 2016.
Developer Rocksteady Studios’ next project beyond Batman: Arkham Knight may include a multiplayer component according to two job listings on its website.
Telltale Games reveals that their next project is Batman: A Telltale Game Series via an intriguing teaser trailer that debuted during The Game Awards 2015.
Batman: Arkham Knight developer Rocksteady announces that free DLC will release next year containing fan favorite maps cultivated from Arkham Asylum and Arkham City