Batman: Arkham Origins
By now you've probably gotten settled into the seedy underbelly of Gotham in Batman: Arkham Origins. However, we're willing to bet you haven't managed to earn each and every costume possible, or enjoyed playing through the sequel with Big Head Mode turned on. For you, our friends, we present the Best Batman: Arkham Origi
Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham games have been celebrated for finally giving gamers the one thing that eluded them for years: a good Batman game. After the success of Arkham City, Rocksteady moved on to other projects, leaving WB Montreal to take up the mantle. Instead of trying to solve the puzzle of where to take the Arkham series next, WB Montreal went back to the beginning. With Batman: Arkham Origins, we get to see a younger, unproven Batman take on many of his famous rogues for the very first time. It might have been a good idea if everything about Origins didn't feel so familiar.
In two days, Batman returns to consoles. Of course, he'll have a heck of time making it out alive, as he's up against a plethora of assassins.
With Batman: Arkham Origins arriving via Batplane just before Halloween, we would like to take the time to remember the Dark Knight's greatest pixelated stories. Like his cinematic history, Batman's gaming library has its fair share of ups and downs. We are presenting this list of th
"It's surreal. I see this dork when I look in the mirror , and I go, 'You're not Batman.'" Except in this case, that's exactly who the humble, diminutive man sitting next to us is. Though not quite as imposing a physical presence as Batman would be were he real, actor Roger Craig Smith has the right timbre and tone to bring the Dark Knight to life in Batman: Arkham Origins.
Batman: Arkham Origins is a free to play app, and whether you're a mobile or a tablet user, the idea of the Dark Knight in an iOS world is downright enticing. Debuting this app a week before its console release also gives gamers a primer to Batman's current adventure. The key to this title's success lies on its freemium aesthetic. Will our Caped Crusader flourish amidst an in-app purchased Gotham?