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Get A Look At Batman: Arkham Knight's Superhero Team-Ups In Action

Video: The next Batman game will let players switch from the Dark Knight to other characters working to protect Gotham City. Let’s take a look at the Dual Play feature in action.


Aussie Actor John Noble Will Voice The Scarecrow In Batman: Arkham Knight

It’s always nice when a developer goes out of its way to hire great talent to voice the characters in their games and Rocksteady / Warner Bros. are no exception. Along with Breaking Bad‘s Jonathan Banks and Twilight‘s Ashley Greene, South Australian John Noble will be lending his excellent vocals to the role of the Scarecrow in Batman: Arkham Knight.


Batgirl Makes Her Playable Debut As Arkham Knight DLC

Well, my interest level in Batman: Arkham Knight just skyrocketed. Fresh details on the DLC coming in the game’s season pass reveal Batgirl’s Arkham game debut.


Looks Like Batman Won't Be Fighting Alone In Arkham Knight

The newest teaser for Batman: Arkham Knight makes one thing clear: The Dark Knight won’t be going solo this time.


Is Your PC Ready For Batman: Arkham Knight?

It’s still a few months away, but that gives you ample time to save up for new hardware if your PC isn’t quite prepared for the graphical finesse of Rocksteady’s latest outing in the Batman universe. And what great heights will your machine need to hit? Here’s what you need to know.


It Took Three Years For People To Find This Arkham City Easter Egg

Arkham City was released on October 18, 2011. Three years ago. Despite that, players are still finding stuff hidden in the game.


Surprise, The Batmobile Likes To Shimmy

As expected, Gotham City gets a gorgeous makeover on PS4. But what’s up with Bruce Wayne’s ride?


I Drove Batman: Arkham Knight's Batmobile

And I liked it. The Batmobile is basically an extension of Batman’s repertoire of gadgets. In fact, even though Batman is of course a combat specialist, developer Rocksteady’s excitable Dax Ginn explained that the Batmobile is part of Batman’s primary toolset.


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.