Though Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham series has already allowed us to feel how great it is to fight as Batman, Batman: Arkham VR literally puts you inside the cowl for the first time. It's so many dreams come true.
While Marvel's had a tremendous amount of success at the box office over the last decade, the comic publisher has been relatively quiet on the video game front comparatively. There have been a few exceptions to the rule, but Marvel has been almost singularly focused on the mobile game arena.
Over the last three years however, TT Games has managed to release two Marvel games under the Lego banner to sate fans hungry for Marvel action on a console. Though TT Games has been delivering licensed Lego video game adventures for over a decade, Lego Marvel's Avengers feels as fun and fresh as it has in years. It also gives Marvel fans a new spin on stories and characters they've spent a great deal of time with since The Avengers hit theaters in 2012.
The sixth episode of Arkham Insider features Social Marketing Manager Gaz Deaves interviewing members of Rocksteady Studios to learn about the gameplay features of Batman: Arkham Knight before the game's big launch next week. Gaz interviews Bill Green, who designed Two Face's bank robbery stages throughout the game. In the midst of all the chaos being caused by the rest of the Rogues Gallery, Two Faces' men are robbing Gotham's banks. Due to the loud alarms going off, Batman is able to steathily enter these buildings and begin some Predator gameplay sequences where you've got to takedown gun-toting baddies without being caught.
If you pay attention, the opening scenes of Batman: Arkham Knight could potentially give away a major plot reveal later on in the game. Nevertheless, welcome to Gotham. We hope you like crimes and capes.
The Batmobile Edition of Batman: Arkham Knight has been cancelled just days before the game's launch and we have some new news about its DLC.
This behind the scenes look at Batman: Arkham Knight focuses on both the Riddler's underground challenges and the Caped Crusader's revamped ride.
Rocksteady Studios' Brand Marketing Producer Dax Ginn is back to provide another behind the scenes look at Batman: Arkham Knight's development with his team's latest Arkham Insider video. This time, Ginn is interviewing Lead Character Artist Albert Feliu Gomis, and we get all kinds of awesome info about Rocksteady's third and final game in the Arkham series, including details about the Dark Knight's mysterious new villain.
Rocksteady Studios is readying it's final Arkham adventure with Batman: Arkham Knight. In anticipation for the blockbuster's summer release, Sony's putting out a limited edition Batman: Arkham Knight PlayStation 4. Wouldn't it be nice if you could get that for free?
This behind the scenes video showcases Batman: Arkham Knight's new Dual Play mechanic, depicting tag team action between Batman and Nightwing.
Rocksteady Studios' latest Arkham Insider video features Brand Marketing Producer Dax Ginn highlighting some of the new features going into Batman: Arkham Knight. First, Ginn speaks with Tim Hanagan, the game's Lead AI Programmer. Hanagan showcases some new gameplay footage featuring Batman and Nightwing at one of the Penguin's big munitions warehouses. About two dozen baddies are inside, organizing Oswald Cobblepot's contraband. Batman is seen walking across the building's glass roof, while Nightwing has already infiltrated the compound and is stealthily waiting for the Dark Knight's arrival to coordinate their attacks.
Rocksteady Studios' upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight is just a little over a month away from release, but that didn't stop Warner Bros. from announcing a new bundle for the trilogy finale.
According to a new Amazon listing, Batman: Arkham Knight will be offered in a package deal that includes the game, a first appearance skin, and a new 25th anniversary edition hardcover of Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's Batman: Arkham Asylum graphic novel.