Summary: There's a reason so many games are copying the Arkham combat style. And while, for me, Shadow of Mordor has perfected the system in a way Arkham does not, you cannot deny how awesome it feels to be a bad ass combat god... even if it's not really true.
Summary: I recently had a chance to review Spider-man: Edge of Time, a disappointing sequel to the previous Spider-Man game that seemed rushed onto store shelves. Batman: Arkham City shows what you can do when you take the time to develop a sequel.
and an engrossing form of combat that I believe to be the best in gaming
Inga V., Amazon
1 September 2015
Summary: On the 7th generation, I own all Batman: Arkham games, but this seems to be the pinnacle of Batman in gaming. It's epic story brings us deep into the heart of Gotham, uncovering the mystery behind protocol 10 and who is truly behind it.
Summary: I bought this for my husband for Christmas. He loved Arkham Asylum and couldn't wait to play this. There is so much to do! GE has been playing for about a week, in between an hour and two every day, and is only 6% finished. You get to play other characters as well, not just The Bat.
Summary: After having beaten this game 5x across 2 platforms (including Xbox 360), I think it's due time for a review. I would have gotten to doing a review for this sooner... yet I was having too much fun playing it over and over, discovering little secrets and finding out extra small things I had not...
Summary: I am not even 10% into the game yet. I like what I have played at this point. I am heavily rating this on what was paid, over game experience which is a high B to low A rating, so far. The Playstation Store has several add ons/DLC for this.
Summary: Game where you actually feel like Batman. Controls Fight mechanics are great, just one button and a counter button,other buttons are just ways to incorporate your wepaons into combat. Easy to master and fun to see batmans animations as hes fighting.