Reviews and Problems with Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate
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11 February 2015
Summary: You are forced through the plot and I hate that, I can't beat cat woman in level 2 I believe and so I am selling it on ebay, it's not nearly as fun as it should be, he moves very very slow, in fact the Lego batman is more fun, faster moving.
Summary: This game is fun and all, but not like the same batman games, because like when you die, it just says "Game Over" and nothing cool. on Batman: Alcome City, the grafics are good and when you die, it shows the joker saying stuff and when he finishes talking, the game gives you hints of beating the...
This game is great... except for the game braking glitch.
Elijah Fatzinger, Amazon
19 April 2014
Summary: I loved this game. Great gameplay, action packed, and it's alot like the other Batman games combat wise. But the VERY MAJOR PROBLEM with this game is the game breaking glitch I encountered about midway through the game. I beat Balck Mask, then when I tried to open the door...
Summary: Being a huge fan of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, I was a little uncertain about this spin off of Arkham Origins being any decent. It plays out very similar to games like Castlevania, but with a slight 3D aspect to it to feel as close to its big console brothers and for the most part succeeds.
Summary: My boys love batman and wanted this game based on the PS3 version (which they played often). Initially they were excited and played it for a couple hours, but now it basically takes up space where games they do play could reside.
Too Short and Too Few Features for the Price, Good Enough for a Used Play Through
Wesley Roberts "westopher", Amazon
10 December 2013
Summary: Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate isn't a great game, but I did enjoy playing it for the eight short hours it took me to beat it, so I think it deserves three (almost four) stars for that much.
Summary: Arkham Origins Blackgate is the first game released by Armature studios, a company formed by former Retro Studios employees in 2008. Given that many of these developers had worked on the Metroid Prime series, a Metroid influenced sidescrolling interpretation of the Arkham series seemed like a...
Summary: If you are expecting an open world Batman game then you are going to be disappointed. Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate is a Metroidvania game. As for Batman you ar limited to punches. His gadgets such as Batarangs are only available when an icon shows up on screen.