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Above: What happens when a good gameplay feature takes the player's attention away from the game's visuals?
David Hego, the art director for Batman: Arkham Asylum has some reservations about the game’s Detective Vision mode. Speaking at the Develop Conference in Brighton today, Hego expressed regrets about how powerful the mode was, which resulted in many gamers missing out on Arkham Aslyum’s gritty look…
The Golden Joystick's Action Game of the Year category might make your head explode.
Rocksteady Studios has confirmed that it will not be exploring multiplayer functionality in its forthcoming Batman sequel, Batman: Arkham City. None. Zip. Zero. According to the Game Director, Sefton Hill, the studio is more concerned with polishing its single-player experience than abiding by current multiplayer trends...
It's the sequel to 2009's official Game of The Year. The artwork is hot. The screenshots are mind-blowing. So it's no surprise that anticipation for Batman: Arkham City has gone mega-off-the-sphincter-scale in the GamesRadar offices. We don't have the game, but we do have an interview with developer Rocksteady Studios.
Since the surprising and sudden announcement of a sequel to GR’s 2009 Game of the Year, we’ve been waiting for some concrete info on the follow-up to Batman: Arkham Asylum. We’d take any scrap of info we’d find, be it expertly dissecting the reveal trailer or addressing Robin rumors. But today we got something real, as Warner Bros and developer Rocksteady revealed the new title, Batman: Arkham City, and that it will be coming out fall 2011...
Last week’s video featuring 12 minutes of gameplay from Batman: Arkham City left us all extremely excited for the already-anticipated title, and once it was over we were hungry for more. We thought we’d have to wait another four months to see what happens after that trailers end, but luckily someone filmed what follows at a preview event, and despite the vid’s minor quality issues, our eyes were glued to the screen. Check it for yourself...
Batman may claim top billing on the box, but the real star of Arkham City is shaping up to be the city itself. And that's good thing, really, because Rocksteady Studios is saying that nearly 80% of the game will be spent stalking its streets...
Who's your favorite Two-Face? Is it the tortured schizophrenic of Grant Morrison's Arkham Asylum comic, Batman Forever's uncommonly flamboyant Tommy Lee Jones, or Hush's doomed hero? Rocksteady has just unveiled its take on the character for October's Batman: Arkham City, presented in a none-too-subtle nod to one of the character's stronger influences: Clint Eastwood's maverick-cop classic, Dirty Harry...
As more news starts to sneak out about Batman: Arkham City, the possibility of a second playable character has been stewing for a long time. With rumors flying for a while that classic comic figures like Joker or even Robin being in the game, we at last got confirmation that you will be in control of more people than Master Bruce. As this new trailer confirms, you’ll be playing as Catwoman on occasion, and it looks like she plays pretty differently than Bats...
Talking to Develop, Rocksteady co-founder Sefton Hill talked about the studio's growth and how it's ready to take more risks...
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