Summary: For most of this generation, Nintendo existed as its own entity in the market. The Wii couldn't match the technical prowess of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, while third-party publishers famously struggled when attempting to bring their wares to the system. As a result, the Wii's library remained anomalous and, to the eyes of some gamers, less than special.
Review: Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition (Nintendo Wii U)
29 January 2013
Summary: Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition may be twenty dollars more than the GOTY Edition for the PS3 and 360, but it’s the version I would definitely recommend to people who still haven’t picked up some version of this award winning title. The graphics are a little weaker than in other versions, but the gameplay more than makes up for it. Good-bye pause screens and hello to a more real-time immersive experience.
Batman Arkham City: Armored Edition (Wii U) Review
10 December 2012
Excerpt: Being a big fan of Batman: Arkham Asylum and the franchise in general, I was very excited when Rocksteady announced that a sequel was being developed, again with the voice talent of Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill. What followed is now one of my all-time favourite action games, something which I have found to be as worthy an entry in the Batman mythos as any comic or movie.
Combative Dark Knight game has some blood and death.
Common Sense Media
26 November 2012
Summary: Parents need to know Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition is a darker and more violent side to Batman. He inflicts pain on enemies with kicks, punches, acrobatic moves, melee and range weapon, and gadgets; and if Batman fails to save innocent civilians, they could die. Along with violence and a bit of blood, the game also has some sexual references and suggestive imagery, profanity, and some references to alcohol and smoking.