Summary: The Dark Knight is back and ready to clean up the streets of Arkham City. This time around Professor Hugo Strange, the Penguin, Mr. Freeze, Ra's al Ghul and even the Joker are ready to rid the city of Batman's meddling.
Summary: Batman: Arkham City builds upon the intense, atmospheric foundation of Batman: Arkham Asylum, sending players soaring into Arkham City, the new maximum security "home" for all of Gotham City's thugs, gangsters and insane criminal masterminds.
Summary: Sometimes, heroes of the night get tired of spending hours searching the streets for bad guys to clobber and armed thugs to sneak up on. At times like these, it's nice to have the option to walk into a room and instantly be confronted by a dozen mean-looking dudes who want to destroy you.
Pros: Nightwing's gadgets and abilities change predator challenges significantly, Character-specific medal challenges give you a reason to change up your approach
Cons: Nightwing doesn't bring much new to combat challenges
Conclusion: I could go on and on about all the different little things that go into making this an amazing experience, but for attention span’s sake I will instead end with the following thoughts. The formula that Rocksteady started with Arkham Asylum has been all-but perfected in Arkham City.
Conclusion: Although the Nightwing pack offers a strong, enjoyable, character and some beautifully sculpted maps, the fact it also comes with a 560 MSP price tag is a significant stumbling point. If you're a fan of Arkham City looking for more, then it's worth checking out.
DLC Review - Batman Arkham City: Harley Quinn's Revenge
4 December 2011
Conclusion: Slightly underwhelming and yet infinitely better than all the other DLC put together, Harley Quinn's Revenge is a nice way to round off the Arkham City experience. Rocksteady may have been slightly ambitious trying to squeeze in as much as they have into such a small epilogue, since the whole thing...