A Very Excited Man Tells Us All About Batman: Arkham Knight

For 30 minutes last week, a man by the name of Dax Ginn, told a room full of reporters how awesome this fall’s Batman game is going to be. The PC/PS4/Xbox One game sure does look good already, even if the frame-rate still chugs here and there at this stage of development.

Batman's Next Game Won't Revolve Around His Greatest Enemy

The story for Batman: Arkham Knight picks up one year after the events of the preceding game, 2011′s Arkham City. A whole lot has changed in Bruce Wayne’s hometown, including the fact that crime is at an all-time low. Part of it is because someone pretty central to Gotham’s criminal ecosystem is laying very low. Warning: Spoilers follow for the end of Batman: Arkham City.

Batman: Arkham Knight Won't Have Multiplayer, Will Have Kevin Conroy

Sounds like the newest Batman game, Arkham Knight, won’t just ship without a last-gen version ; it also won’t include multiplayer. However, it will feature longtime Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy, reprising his role as Batman.

Will Rocksteady's Next Batman Game Be Revealed Next Week?

GameStop got a new shipment of Batman banners yesterday — and although these materials could be marketing an older game or even downloadable content for last year’s Arkham Origins, evidence is pointing to a new Arkham reveal next week.

The Status Of Microsoft And Sony's Next Consoles. Plus: A Whole Bunch Of Other Gaming Secrets.

No topic appeared in the rumour mill this year as much as the coming next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft.

A Kotaku 5-Player: Will The VGAs Announce A Flash Game? Or Wonder Woman?

As news goes, the Video Game Awards are more about the future games they will tease than the existing ones they honour. Kotaku will be in Los Angeles on Friday covering the gala. Here is an internal chatroom discussion among Stephen Totilo, Luke Plunkett, Mike Fahey, Kirk Hamilton and yours truly as we try to pin down the most expected unexpected announcement of the evening.

Catwoman Looks More Modest In Batman: Arkham City For Wii U

Notice anything different about Catwoman in the image above? Sure seems like she’s covering up for her debut on Nintendo’s upcoming console, no?

Arkham City Writer Won't Be Back For The Next Batman Game

Part of what’s made Rocksteady’s two Batman video games such great experiences has been the pitch-perfect stories players encountered in each. The narrative contributions in both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City came Paul Dini, who’s written excellent Batman stories for TV and film as well. But it seems that Dini may not be returning for the rumoured prequel supposedly due out in 2014.

Drive Yourself Nuts Trying To Guess The "3 To 4" Undiscovered Secrets Still Left In Arkham City

If you thought you had discovered everything in Batman: Arkham City or, if not, it could be found on GameFAQs or in some other corner of the web, well, that’s not so, says the game’s studio. There are still “three or four” secrets in the game that no one has yet found, the game’s director said in a panel discussion at London this weekend.

It's The Patch PC Owners Deserve... And The Patch Batman: Arkham City Has Right Now

When Batman: Arkham City was released on PC late last year it had a few issues — game breaking issues — but now it seems as though Rocksteady has finally released the patch Arkham City, and its prospective players, deserve!