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Batman: Arkham City (2011) Game Information

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Rocksteady Studios


Warner Bros. Interactive


Action (Action/Adventure)


Melee, stealth, investigative skills, gadgets - Batman is back, and this time he's up against an entire city of his most depraved, cunning enemies. After the events of Arkham Asylum, a new facility has been set up up, five times larger than the island. This time Batman is not alone, as you can also play as Catwoman. Use your hand-to-hand skills, familiar and new gadgets and your keen mind to stop your enemies and protect your city.

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More of the same from the creators of Arkham Asylum, but with a little more variety thanks to a more open environment and sequences in which you can play as Catwoman as well as The Dark Knight.

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  Chris Kavan
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01/03/2013 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

The City That Never Lets You Sleep

Rare is the superhero game that actually delivers the goods - Batman: Arkham Asylum is that game. Rarer still is a sequel that not only lives up to its predecessor, but surpasses it. Batman: Arkham City is that game. It takes everything that make Arkham Asylum outstanding and simply makes it better: the game is more wide open, everything seems more polished and the characters and story continue to be superb. In general, if you liked the first game, this is a must-play. If you like open-world games in general, this is still highly recommended.

Presentation: As I said, this game shares a lot in common with Arkham Asylum, including the design. Yet you can see that they took even more care here. The city is not a nice place - criminal gangs roam the streets (The Joker, Penguin and T...

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