Batman: Arkham Collection Offers Three Times the Bat

Anyone who has happened to miss all the of the Batman: Arkham games and is still interested in getting their hands on them at some point seems to be in luck. Warner Bros. has just announced that they will be bundling the whole of the Arkham Series together into Batman: Arkham Collection. Featuring Asylum and City from developer Rocksteady and the newest release Origins from developer WB Games Mont...

Batman: Arkham Origins Review

Batman: Arkham Origins Developer: Warner Bros. Montreal Publisher: Warner Bros Platforms: Xbox 360 (Reviewed), PS3, PC, Wii U Release Date: Out Now Price: $59.99 – Available Here Overview I will be blunt; I really really wanted to love Batman: Arkham Origins. I grew up on Batman in both print and screen forms, so the Arkham Games have always been fantastic experiences for me as a fan. Unfort...

Laike’s PC Download Deals 7/5/2013

This week’s Deal of the Week doesn’t go to one particular item, but Greenman Gaming’s 666 Sale. For the rest of the weekend, GMG has 6 deeply discounted titles on sale for 6 hours.     Amazon’s Summer Sale is in full swing this week, here are the best of the best! Grand Theft Auto IV & Max Payne 3 Complete Bundle @ 80% off [Windows – Steam] Max Payne 3 R...

Batman Arkhum City Two-Face Character Bio Unveiled

The first piece of Two-Face’s official artwork for Batman: Arkhum City has today been released by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Rocksteady Studios. ‘Good guy turned bad’ Two-Face aka Harvey Dent is one of Batman’s most infamous villain. Batman Arkham City, the sequel to 2009’s Batman: Arkham Asylum, is set in a part of Gotham City that has been transformed in to a new maxi...

Best Buy Lists Collector’s Edition for Batman: Arkham City…

Best Buy have been really good as of late at leaking content as well as upcoming titles, but this bit of news may be the most interesting in some time as it yet again concerns Batman: Arkham City. As of today, the retailer listed a collector’s edition for the Xbox 360 & PS3 version of the game, along with a price-tag of $99.99. Nothing else is listed for this edition at the moment, but b...

Batman: Arkham City pre-order information released

Well, mostly released anyways. Batman: Arkham City’s official website has put up a smidgen of information regarding pre-order offers for anyone who wants to pick up the game in the United States. Of course they didn’t put any pictures alongside these announcements nor go into full detail about which one will contain at least. But some news is better than no news and GameStop will be of...

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment sign agreement to use Unreal Engine 3

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has made a long-term studio-wide license agreement with Epic Games, enabling them to use the award-winning Unreal Engine 3. The development software will be available for any team developing a Warner-published game across PC, console and mobile platforms and, through 2014, will be the exclusive game engine used on projects being developed by Rocksteady Studio...

New Batman: Arkham City Screenshots!

Four new EPIC screen shots have been released for Batman: Arkham City and they look amazing! The city looks vast and beautiful and character designs and models look great, staying true to the Batman world, and keeping very dark and bad-ass. This place really looks like a hell hole, ready for Batman to clean up by sneaking around in the dark. Batman: Arkham City is the sequel to 2009’s critic...

Latest batch of Batman: Arkham City screens

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released more screenshots and a piece of concept art for Batman: Arkham City, sequel to the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum. This game’s predecessor was widely praised for its graphics (among other things like being sinister superhero game with great production values) and certainly looks like Arkham City is headed the same way just by ta...

Batman Arkham City: The concept art

The New Year has just began. And yet, it seems as though many would like the year to be nearly over.  Some of the biggest and best games of the year are scheduled for a late 2011 release.  Batman Arkham City is just one of those games.  To ease the pain of patience, Rocksteady has released some concept art for the new Batman game. If you have not played Batman Arkham Asylum yet, then we strongly s...

Batman Arkham City kicks ass at the VGA

Unlike the amazingly excellent Arkham Asylum, the teaser trailer from Rocksteady about Arkham City was… um… underwhelming to say the least.  Well, as turns out, the best was saved for the Spike Video Game Awards show.  This trailer explores the bigger enemy in Batman Arkham City and what happens when a pack of highly trained and heavily armored soldiers try to take down a better traine...

Batman: Arkham Asylum Sequel Title Revealed

Warner Bros. has, this week, spilled the official title of the highly-anticipated sequel to last year’s Batman: Arkham Asylum. It has been titled Batman: Arkham City and has been slated for release during the fall of 2011 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. Look out for “a new all-star cast of classic characters and murderous villains from the Batman universe,” and all new gamepla...

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