Summary: Video game sequels that learn from their previous mistakes, and build upon existing foundations, have been a staple of the game industry over the last 5 years, and no other sequel exemplifies this more than Batman: Arkham City.
Summary: I pre-orderd this game on a whim. I loved Arkham Asylum, and this game lives up to it, if not better. The developers really took what was great in the first game, and made it shine in this one. It's a very polished game.
Summary: The story is solid, the game play controls/mechanics are superb like in Arkham Asylum, and to me the combat engine has improved slightly (more fast paced and easier to seamlessly sting together a combo with gadget variations), and has some unique in game challenges like the VR side missions.
Summary: Best Superhero Game Ever. But it was really short. I beat this game over the course of one weekend...well, let's see, I didn't really do anything else but play this game that weekend. So maybe it was about 20+ hours worth of gameplay time..
even better than the firstand worth every penny as a bundle
12 September 2012
Summary: This was way better than I expected. The game is amazing. Similar to the first one but improves in every way. Replay value is high. This bundle came in an amazing box with a model figure of the dark knight and codes four the game that actually to my surprise were still usable and active.
Summary: The HQR DLC feels like it's been made by an entire different team. Everything that was great about the original game is being thrown away and we're left with a very linear experience, a lack of interesting puzzle elements, bad story and voice-acting, predictable ending and a complete dumb down of...