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Story,Gadgets,Custom Controllers and the newest villain revealed in Batman: Arkham City is….

Posted by on Sep 16, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

Deadshot…yep he was introduced tonight as Arkham’s newest inmate. It seems Rocksteady’s not holding anything back when it comes to characters that exist in Batman’s land aka Gotham. But that’s not all that was revealed (which I’ll get to later).

Geoff Keighley interviewing Sefton Hill (Game Director) of Rocksteady revealed this in the latest episode of GTTV. Deadshot’s role? I’m glad you asked.

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GTTV with Geoff Keighley Tonight (Batman Arkham City)

Posted by on Sep 15, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

GameTrailers tonight will be featuring none other than BATMAN ARKHAM CITY!!!

Geoff Keighley will be traveling to Rocksteady in London, to reveal a new villain and new gadgets for the upcoming title. Tune in tonight to catch all the details at 1:07am Eastern Time check your local listings for times in your area.

New Villain, New Gadgets aww man this thing is heating up quick. Rocksteady  sure knows how to build anticipation. We already know Catwoman, Joker, Penguin, Riddler, and Two Face are involved in the story, Now I want to know:

  • What surprises are left?
  • Are you excited?
  • What new villain do you think will be revealed?

Leave your comments. CCU wants to hear from you.

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GameStop Arkham City Strategy Guide Hints At Catwoman DLC

Posted by on Sep 14, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

Yet to be confirmed but is reporting that GameStop’s Strategy Guide is revealing that Catwoman in the upcoming Batman Arkham city will have her own DLC consisting of 4 episodes.


Here’s some more info that comes from the guide:

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Nolan North to play Penguin in the upcoming Batman Arkham City

Posted by on Sep 9, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, VIDEOS, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

Most notably recognized for his role as treasure hunter Nathan Drake in the Uncharted Series but also noted in games like Jason Flemming in Shadow Complex and Desmond Miles in the Assassins Creed Series, “the busiest man in video game land”  has landed yet another role in the upcoming Batman AC  as no other than the umbrella toting Penguin.

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Batman pre-order skins will release as DLC

Posted by on Aug 5, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 1 comment

Source: Eurogamer

Rocksteady has confirmed to Eurogamer that the full range of Batman: Arkham City skins being divvied up between retailers as pre-order bonuses will become available to all later on as DLC.

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Arkham City Skins Announced so Far and How to Get Them

Posted by on Jul 31, 2011 in NEWS | 0 comments



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Robin playable in Batman: Arkham City via Best Buy [Update]

Posted by on Jun 17, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 3 comments

From Shack News:



Batman: Arkham City may be getting a visit from the Boy Wonder, if an apparent leak from retailer Best Buy is to be believed. Fan site noticed the site was offering the ability to play as Robin in two Challenge Maps as a pre-order bonus. The page was quickly pulled.

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Batman – Arkham City :Gameplay Trailer (Xbox 360,PS3)

Posted by on Mar 19, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, Sony, VIDEOS | 2 comments

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Arkham City: New Screenshots and Details

Posted by on Mar 13, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, Sony | 2 comments


From Playstation Blog:

My flatmate cites Arkham Asylum as his favorite game, and when I got home and told him that I’d been to see it at Warner Bros. London office, he put his fingers in his ears and turned the stereo up. It confirmed something I’d been thinking on the train home: this is one of those games that we’re better off not knowing much about.

065 Magma

There’s five of us in the private screening room and Dax Ginn, marketing game manager at Rocksteady, has just played through an early mission from Arkham City, lasting around 30 minutes, which I’m not going to spoil for you. We are free to call out questions afterwards and one journalist asks, “Will we

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