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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...
You there! Yes, you. You certainly strike me as a man/woman/hermaphrodite/sentient moss hankering after a fresh new batch of none-more cinematic, none-more henchman-hurting Batman: Arkham City screenshots.
What's that you say? I am so perceptive it hurts? Well, after a compliment like that I'd be a solid gold bastard if I didn't give you some. Shall we click our way over the page together?
Talking to Develop, Rocksteady co-founder Sefton Hill talked about the studio's growth and how it's ready to take more risks...
If you'd been hoping to ride the Batmobile, Batboat, Batwing or the lesser known Batmoped in Arkham City, prepare for some bad news. A developer at Rocksteady has recently confirmed the Dark Knight will have to best the Joker and co. without the help of his ass-kicking rides, because there won't be any playable vehicles in Bats' upcoming adventure. All the disappointing details inside...
Time for a little detective work! You may already know Arkham has moved, but you probably don't know why. An earthquake, martial law, and several other fascinating glimpses at what awaits in Batman Arkham Asylum 2
We loved Batman’s ass-kicking, slow-mo takedowns in Arkham Asylum. Hell, we just plain adored the whole fighting system. So the good news is, combat looks like it will be even more amazitron in Arkham City, with new screens revealing Bats nailing multiple enemies at once. Oh, and totally using a ripped-off door to deal out some spandex-sponsored justice.
Mark your calendars now, because the release date for one of the year’s most anticipated games has finally been set. Batman: Arkham City, the sequel to GR’s 2009 Game of the Year, hits US store shelves October 18, 2011, and UK stores October 21...
Batman: Arkham Asylum was a solid game and all, but aside from a few odd references, it was significantly lacking in web-footed aristocratic crime lords. Thankfully, Rocksteady Studios looks to be rectifying this grave oversight for the sequel, as the developer has confirmed the addition of Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, better known as Penguin, to its list of main baddies in Batman: Arkham City...
He’s not just a creepy, cocky, disembodied voice anymore. New Batman: Arkham City screens reveal that The Riddler, relegated to collectible taskmaster in the original game, will play a much larger – and more visible – role in this October’s sequel. Look, he’s got a face, a costume and even his own hideout!
So, Dracula and Saruman himself is voicing Hugo Strange in Batman: Arkham City, eh interwebs? Bull and shit, we say. While we'd love ancient English thesp Christopher Lee to provide his esteemed tones for the final game, that doesn't sound like Lee to us in the new Arkham trailer. Why not watch the video again inside and decide for yourself?
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