Batman: Arkham City (PS3) Reviews
Product Type: Warner Bros. PS3 games
Description:Model ID PS3ARKHAMCITY / Genre: Action & Shooter / Video Game for PlayStation 3 / Release Date: 2011-10-21 / Published by Warner Bros. ... more
Newest Review: ... it starts to get very boring. The same could be said for attacking the various goons, sure there are different types as with ... more
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Customer Batman: Arkham City (PS3) Reviews (11)
by - written on 14/06/12 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Batman: Arkham Asylum was something of a surprise hit back in 2009. Developed by little known studio, Rocksteady, the game managed to combine original gameplay with a very authentic interpretation of DC Comics' darkest hero into one of the finest games produced this generation. A sequel was inevitable, and when the first whispers of Arkham City started to appear people began to wonder if Rocksteady could make lightning strike twice. The final game is here now and we can see how well it lives up to its predecessor. Arkham City picks up loosely where Asylum closed with a large section of Gotham City fenced off and turned into an open prison for all the thugs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/11 (Very useful, 152 readings)
Batman, the world's greatest detective, is a costumed crime fighter created by Bill Finger (and trademarked by Bob Kane.) Even though, when it comes to comic superheroes, I am more of a Marvel fan boy I have to admit that the Caped Crusader is one of the greatest superheroes of all time. Although the quality of video games featuring the Dark Knight has varied wildly over the years I would have to say that his 2009 adventure "Arkham Asylum" would have to rank amongst my favourite games of the current console generation. Ever since a sequel was announced I have been chomping at the bit to give it a go. Well the wait is finally over. Arkham City is here, but does . Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
The superhero game genre has been largely destroyed by game developers who have time and again made half-hearted cash ins of movie licenses. Batman has fared better than most in the chequered history of super hero gaming with some passable titles released over the years. This is largely thanks to the lack of any "superpowers" making the game dynamics far easier to translate. However, it was only when Batman: Arkham Asylum moved entirely away from any movie or cartoon tie in that Batman really came into his own. The main reason Arkham Asylum in 2009 was such an engrossing experience is that it immediately sucked you into a rich and intense storyline ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
The story. The main story within arkham city starts off within the new prison which is part of gotham city that has been bordered off and created a new place for the inmates to roam free. If you got the game new and input the catwoman code you start the game as her and you will find every now and then you will jump into her own story. The story is a tale of batman trying to figure out whats happening behind the walls of arkham city, as the story unfolds you uncover the mystery that is hugo strange and you meet many of Batman's old enemies such as penguin, two-face, mr freeze and raze al ghul. As the story of hugo strange unfolds you have to of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Most people say that Arkham City is far superior to its predecessor Arkham Asylum, and who am I to disagree? Retaining the same basic gameplay as Arkham Asylum but opening the action up to take in a whole city makes for a bigger, more immersive experience. There is so much more to explore and it gives the game a truly epic feel. The sprawling city environment has been superbly brought to life by the artists and the sense of doom and despair superbly capture the spirit of the comics. True, Arkham City feels a little less imaginative. The original game stunned gamers with its brilliant use of the Batman licence and the superbly dark atmosphere; it really did ... Read the complete review
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