In a little less than a week, I finished Batman Arkham Knight. It wasn’t a perfect game but it was as close as you can come. Rocksteady Studios payed homage to the comics and made comic book lovers feel at home with their story and side missions. I’m going to review all the different parts of this game so buckle up. (*WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD*). Read More
My Batman Arkham Knight experience has been invigorating and expectation shattering so far. I am currently 46 percent done with the game and 70 percent done with the main story. And all I can say right now is: wow. *STILL NO SPOILERS* Read More
This morning/afternoon, I did not stop playing Batman Arkham Knight. The gameplay is addicting to say the least. Last night I picked up the game and wrote up a review for the first 10% of the game here. This session, I dove in much deeper into Gotham City and found out the very dark and interesting secrets this game has. *NO SPOILERS FOLLOW* Read More
Batman Arkham Knight was one of my most anticipated games I think I have ever had. I was waiting for this game the second I beat Arkham City. Last night I went to the midnight release and started playing as soon as i got home. I’m breaking this review down into sessions so I can make it as accurate as possible. Read More
I don’t know how I missed this yesterday but Rocksteady Studios released a new Arkham Insider video which spotlights the gliding feature in the game as well as some Batmobile mechanics and some fighting mechanics as well. Read More
I know it’s 2015, and I know everyone and their mother, or let’s be real, their grandmother has a smartphone and access to social media accounts, but can we seriously stop leaking pictures and videos from movie sets? I understand why people do it: it’s interesting to see how production is going, how the characters look in costume, and really wanting to get your 15 seconds by being known for being the person that leaked a certain thing.
Please Note: Some Spoilers Do Follow, You Have Been Warned
I am more excited for Batman: Arkham Knight than I ever have been for any other videogame. I loved the first two installments of the trilogy, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, and I even loved Arkham Origins which I think got more hate than it deserved.
A cool thing Rocksteady has been doing is releasing these developer videos about different aspects of the game. If you haven’t watched them yet, you should. This week’s focuses on the Batmobile and I, for one, loved every second of it.