For the first time ever in a Dark Knight game, Wayne-san is getting Japanese dubs in Batman: Arkham Knight.

According to BleedingCool, Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that Batman: Arkham Knight will be getting Japanese dubs for its Eastern localization. We've found the most recent trailer for Arkham Knight dubbed in Japanese, making the threats of Batman, Poison Ivy and Scarecrow sound even more serious than before. We're digging these voices, especially Ivy's. As expected, Batman sounds quite gruffy and badass. We'd love to see what a Japanese Joker would have sounded like, and the same goes for his main squeeze, Harley Quinn.

Arkham Knight was recently slapped with an "M for Mature" rating by the ESRB, which is the first time old batsy has gotten one for a video game. The ESRB claims this rating was due to blood and gore, such as an instance where the Dark Knight is threatening a villain with the Batmobile's spinning wheels. We also have a feeling that there will be all kind of gunshots and injuries that will occur along the way, along with some harsh language being said, likely by The Penguin.

Batman: Arkham Knight will debut on June 2 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Pre-ordered and first-edition copies of Arkham Knight will be able to play as Harley Quinn. GameStop pre-orders are exclusively getting the Red Hood DLC. We're just hoping that Professor Pyg gets included in the game's roster.

Does he look like a cop?

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