Fans who're interested in picking up WB Games Montreal's upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins on October 25 may want to clear their schedule if they haven't played the first two games in the trilogy by Rocksteady Studios. According to GameStop, new bundles pairing the content-enriched "Game of the Year" editions of 2009's Batman: Arkham Asylum and 2011's Batman: Arkham City are coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on September 23.
Game developer Rocksteady and Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment have been relatively mysterious about the upcoming sequel to the popular Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City games, but fans can at least get seeming confirmation that the new game will be out sometime later this year.The news comes via a transcript
When last we heard, Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment and Rocksteady were working on some kind of Batman: Arkham Asylum/City prequel set in the Silver Age that dealt, in part, with Batman's first meeting with the Joker. There was also a hint that Bats would potentially be interacting with Superman and the Justice League, to some extent. Furthermore, Paul Dini went on recor
Following last month's rumors that Rocksteady Studios had begun working on a DC Comics title featuring Batman (and maybe the Justice League) set in the Silver Age, fans of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City have been searching for whatever clues they can about the supposed 2014 release. For his part, longtime animation and comics scribe and writer for the first two games has at least cleared up that he won't be penning the story for the
Fans waiting on Rocksteady's followup to Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City may want to brace for a timewarp. According to Variety, Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment will once again team with Rocksteady for a Batman game, only this title will rewind to the Silver Age and could includ
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DC Direct and Mattel have put their respective action figure stamps on Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham Asylum and upcoming Batman: Arkham City games stateside, but for those who crave even more action figure goodness, Japan's Square Enix Play Arts Kai line has you covered with new Arkham Asylum figures of Batman and Joker coming early in 2012.Right now the imported toys are fetching pretty hefty preorder prices at sites like BBTS, with totals hovering around $60 a pop. Looking at the current Yen/USD conve