Get ready to freeze your puns off, because here's a trailer for "Cold, Cold Heart," the next piece of downloadable content for Batman: Arkham Origins.
In what is being seen as a slap in the face of Batfans, WB Games has announced that they're working on downloadable content instead of another patch to fix Batman: Arkham Origin's bugs.
Fans of the Batman: Arkham trilogy are in for a treat now that a Warner Bros. Animation rep claimed an Arkham-oriented animated film is on the way.
It looks as though story-based downloadable content for the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins has gotten the Flying Grayson treatment.
Save the date for next Tuesday, as there'll be a special announcement coming for the Batman: Arkham series. Just what it is remains a mystery.
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.
Warner Bros. Interactive had a fairly large presence at New York Comic Con this year, what with more than a handful of new superhero-themed games coming out over the next few weeks. To help hype up Batman: Arkham Origins even more, the publisher brought out the big guns in Troy Baker and Roger Craig Smith, or as you might know them, the Joker and Batman. We sat down with Troy Baker to discuss what it was like being the clown prince of crime.