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If there's one thing we learned from the latest batch of images from Batman: Arkham City, it's that the more awesome the game looks, the farther away release day is going to seem. At the moment, we're about a million billion years away from when Arkham City goes on sale, but we're relieved that the torturo
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Have you missed out on "Batman: Arkham Asylum," one of the best games of the last several years, because you don't have a next generation console? Or maybe you do, but you still can't justify the standard price of a new video game purchase right now? Well, as long as you have a Windows compatible computer, your excuses are about to go out the window
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