The Caped Crusader's got an unenviable stockpile of rogues to face off against in Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham City, but as usual the Joker's likely going to be the biggest pain in his cowl. An agent of deadly chaos
He may have lost his sweet 'stache in DC Comics' new Suicide Squad, but Deadshot will rock a fantastically furry upper lip in Batman: Arkham City on October 18. Rocksteady Studios broke the news last night on GT.TV, with Arkham City Game Director Sefton Hill breaking down Floyd Lawton's place in th
Although they didn't appear on camera, a number of Batman's most prominent rogues made indirect cameos in the original Batman: Arkham Asylum via custom memorabilia or jail cells caught in the game's brooding backgrounds. Evil du
Of all the comic books, movies and tie-ins that featured at Comic-Con International in San Diego, the one I was unquestionably the most excited about was Batman: Arkham City. The upcoming sequel to 2009's Ark
Of all the villains the Caped Crusader will face as he tears through Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham City this October 18, there's only one he'll have to feel a little sad about knocking out -- his former friend and ally Harvey Dent. Dent's been flipping his
Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Studios have been whetting fankind's appetite for its sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum with plenty of light content over the past few months, but today's release of a Batman: Arkham City featuring more than 12 minutes of gameplay is the most substantial promo yet. Showcasing Batman and Catwoman's
Payback schemes for the verbal abuse dished out by a remote Edward Nigma in Batman: Arkham Asylum have been brewing in players' heads since 2009. Fortunately a new image snapped at Rocksteady Studios' booth during E3 brings players one step closer to constructively dealing with their repressed hostility.