Summary: I wanted to try out this game everyone was recommending. Like most things, it's not all it is cracked up to be. Combat system is off, taking about 10 minutes to beat up a few enemies. The story is lame and depressing. One of the only pluses is the abundant content/replay value.
Summary: After decades of starring in Batman videogames, Batman stumbles into Arkham City. Arkham Asylum, the predecessor, gave you a good idea taste of this game, but it isn't until you get to wander the cordoned off section of Gotham where all the criminals have been sent to rot that you get a true idea of what it must be like to be BATMAN! It isn't fair that Batman's code of ethics force him to use non-lethal techniques.
Summary: ...I personaly thought that Arkham Asylum was better.I liked the storyline better in that game.It seemed to be a bit more darker and Joker was better too.I also liked the other villians better in AA compared to AC.Just my opinion anyway.But AC is still good though.Get both games.
Summary: I really wanted to love this game, but I found a lot of it just button mashing at the right time. I loved the story but it was too short. The combat that at first I found interesting turned dull over time. The Catwoman content was interesting until the end. No matter how many of Two-Face's henchmen I would knock out there would always be 3-4 of them. I debated keeping the game and beating it a second time, but in the end decided I would trade it in for COD BO2 instead.
Summary: Not the best or worst game I've ever played. Biggest letdown was the 3D label. This is not a 3D supported game! I only bought this game because I want to get full use out of my 3D TV. It is just simulated on the screen as "3D". Disappointing overall.
Summary: Quality product, fast shipping, perfect transaction! We ordered on a Friday and had the item in before the end of the following week. As far as game play, if you've played and enjoyed the earlier editions you won't be disappointed.