Summary: Great prequel, graphics on the PC are amazing when running directx11 on windows 7 64bit. Gameplay is great, characters are interesting to see how they all began or somewhat began since this is the first time bruce wayne is the batman solving the mysteries in his early career. I've loved arkham asylum and arkham city, great games Rocksteady.
Summary: I played Arkham Asylum, and it was amazin. This heavy feeling of being hunted, then being a hunter, Scarecrow levels, and discovering Asyum history was everything i would want from a game. Then it came Arkham City, which, beside Old Gotham leves, and fights with Ras-al Ghul ( well okay, fight with Madhatter was also a blast ) didn't have even a fraction of his predecesor power.... And then came Arkham Origins.
Summary: I was worried about the change in developer for this game; worried enough that I waited a year and for a significant price reduction before purchasing. Part reboot and part prequel, the action and exploration mimic Arkham City. I prefer this normal Gotham to the downtown-made-asylum of the previous game, though both suffer from a lack of real innocents or city life beyond thugs and cops.
Summary: I thought that my PC wouldn't be able to run it at max settings (with res 1650x1080) but it runs really smooth. A nice story, the mechanics are pretty the same as gotham city but I think countering is more difficult now (which is a nice thing)
Summary: I really love all 3 games I wait to buy this one because of all the bugs I read the first weeks of the game, I already finish the main history and I am at 70% of the game doing the side quest, I haven't found any big issue with the game only some times the criminals of Nigma cant be interrogated and I have to leave them and come back after doing something else, but is the only bugg I have encounter.