Excerpt: First of all, I have to say that in reviewing this piece of DLC there may be a few spoilers as Harley Quinn’s Revenge starts shortly after a the ending of Batman: Arkham City. Although quite short in gameplay time, two hours to be precise, Harley Quinn’s Revenge follows the same sumptuous narrative...
Conclusion: Overall this is easily one of the best games this generation and while it’s not perfect it’s…. ah who am I kidding, I really can’t find fault with this game! and that is something I rarely, if ever say.
Review: Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition is the definitive caped crusader experience
17 December 2012
Excerpt: In 2011, gamers were treated to what might be the best super-hero video sequel made to date, this side of Spider Man 2 . Batman: Arkham City really managed to step it up in terms of story and setting.
The tried-and-true gameplay of Arkham City makes Harley Quinn's Revenge enjoyable, but a limited scope and an underdeveloped story prevent it from soaring.
31 May 2012
Summary: A Batman's work is never done. He may have dealt with the Penguin, Hugo Strange, the Joker, and the other supervillains who plotted schemes within the open-air megaprison of Arkham, but in the wake of those events, a new threat has arisen.
Pros: Plenty of satisfying combat and stealthy action, Some memorable new details in the redesigned steel mill
Cons: Interesting story elements are unutilized, Mostly takes place in confined environments, Final boss fight is a dud
Excerpt: Why would anyone actually want to be Batman? A haunted past, a life devoted to justice and no hope for a happy ending. Compared to Superman or any other major DC Comics character, Batman really doesn’t have a lot going for him; no flight, no super strength and no super speed.
Summary: It is impossible not to recommend this game in all its glory. I’ve even gone so far as to recommend it to my friends here at retail price, something that does not happen very often . At $50, each hour I’ve spent playing the game has only equated to $1.