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‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ Launch Trailer Heightens The Drama [Video]

Batman Arkham Origins Launch Trailer
WB Games Montreal

It's Christmas Eve. A bunch of assassins are out to earn a $50 million bounty on Batman's head. And boy, do they want it.

The new launch trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins spends quite a bit of time on just how much the bad guys want Batman dead, with phrases like "personal mission" and "dedicate every waking minute." It's intense. Check out the trailer after the jump.

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‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ For iOS Is Repetitive, Until It Becomes A Money Grab [Review]

ArkhamiOS

There's a great old gag from The Simpsons in which Homer, who's trying out to be a member of the secret society the Stonecutters, is going through an initiation ceremony that involves him getting hit in the butt with paddles over and over. The members of the group keep doing the same thing to him, but they call it different names, like "Crossing the Desert" and "The Unblinking Eye."

That's what playing Batman: Arkham Origins for iOS is like.

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Get A Look At 17 Minutes Of Gameplay From ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ [Video]

Batman Arkham Origins 17 Minutes Footage
WB Games Montreal

With just a few days left to go before the October 25 release of Batman: Arkham Origins, WB Games Montreal has released a 17-minute video of gameplay, guided by Senior Producer Ben Mattes and Gameplay Director Michael McIntyre, to get players psyched.

Anyone familiar with Rocksteady Games' previous two Arkham games (they weren't involved this time) will instantly recognize the combat and the way Batman travels around the city with his grappling hook, but there are a few surprises in the video.

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Link Ink: More Kurse From ‘Thor 2,’ Batman’s New Video Game Voice And A Megaforce Halloween

Thor The Dark World Kurse
Marvel Studios

Get major Monday link-age after the jump.

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New ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ TV Spots Dabble In Tragedy, Comedy [Video]

Batman Arkham Origins TV Spot
WB Games Montreal

Batman is a character with many facets. On the one hand, he's an orphan who witnessed his parents being gunned down in front of him, which led him to a lifelong crusade to do the impossible. On the other hand, he's a guy who beats up thugs using car doors and that's pretty funny.

These two new TV ads for WB Games Montreal's Batman: Arkham Origins (one of which, we should note, is actually a Gamestop ad) aim to capture both of those sides to the character. Check 'em out after the jump

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Link Ink: Glow-In-The-Dark TMNT Toys, The Simpsons X Hello Kitty And MLP Micro Fun Packs

Funko Pop Vinyl Amazon Exclusive TMNT Box Set glow in the dark

Click through for all the links this Thursday affords.

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‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ Joker Voice Actor Troy Baker Reads ‘The Killing Joke’ Monologue [NYCC 2013] [Video]

Batman Arkham Origins Joker
WB Games Montreal

Perhaps in an attempt to alleviate any worries about Mark Hamill not reprising his role as The Joker in the new Batman: Arkham Origins, the hosts of Saturday's New York Comic-Con panel on the game asked the new actor in the role, Troy Baker, to demonstrate his grasp on the character.

They didn't ask him to read any old lines, either. Baker read The Joker's ominous monologue to Commisioner Gordon about madness from Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's The Killing Joke, and he more than held his own. He got a full-on standing ovation. Check out the video of his reading after the jump.

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Mattel Showcases 4″ ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ Action Figures And More [NYCC 2013]

Mattel 4 Inch Batman Arkham Action Figures

Mattel's new take on 4" action figures will extend into Batman's "Arkham" video game series world in the coming months, with new toys based on Batman: Arkham Origins, plus Arkham Asylum, Arkham City and the Wii U-exclusive Arkham City Armored Edition. Like the new movie toys, these figures fall under the catch-all "DC Comics Multiverse" umbrella, which is a sound way to put Batman, Bane and Deadshot from Arkham Origins, Mr. Freeze from Arkham Asylum, and Azrael and Armored Batman from Arkham City together in one series. They're all fairly spartan accessory-wise, and seem like they'll come packed with the bare necessities (Mr. Freeze has his gun, Azrael's got some bladed weapons, Armored Batman has his electro-fists), but that could change closer to when they ship. Click through to see all of the upcoming Arkham figures.

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Teenage Barbara Gordon To Appear In ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ Video Game

Batman Arkham Origins Barbara Gordon
WB Games Montreal

After teasing us with Facebook and Instagram pictures of a Birds-of-Prey-like logo on a jacket and a t-shirt, the official Batman: Arkham Origins Facebook page has revealed that a very young Barbara Gordon will appear in the game.

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Link Ink: Super Leg Lamps, Marvel Vinylmation Figures And ‘Attack On Titan’ Scents

NECA Batman Superman lamps
NECA

Click through for all of this Friday's links.

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