The Art of Rocksteady’s Batman: book review

The Art of Rocksteady’s Batman: book review

Jul 22, 2015

The Art of Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City & Arkham Knight Daniel Wallace and Rocksteady Studios Published by Abrams £25 Book provided by the publisher Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy may be finished, but it’s not going away any time soon. Not only is there a season pass for Arkham Knight (which costs as much as – or more...

Rocksteady should go Beyond with Batman

Rocksteady should go Beyond with Batman

Jul 20, 2015

The Arkham series of Batman games vary from very good to Origins and, although the PC version of Knight is awful, it’s still meant to be a half decent game if the console reviews are anything to go by. But, Batman is getting a little worn out and Arkham is hopefully finished. It’d be nice for more Batman games to come out but they’d need to be...

Spare the Stick, Spoil the Gamer

Spare the Stick, Spoil the Gamer

Nov 14, 2011

As discussed on the most recent episode of Critical Talk, I recently wrapped-up the main story in Batman Arkham City. The mini-sandbox was a double edged sword, as the distractions are fun and helped to add layers to the universe but at the cost of the relative linearity that kept Arkham Asylum so focused and engrossing. However, I loved the story and...

Arkham City: book review

Arkham City: book review

Nov 11, 2011

The Batman: Arkham City hardback, published in the UK by Titan Books, collects the five issue DC ‘Arkham City’ comic series, and the five “Digital Chapters” of the separate online series. The whole collection works as a prequel to the game; but who is it aimed at, and is it any good? The two names on the cover are Paul Dini and Carlos...

Batman Arkham City: review

Batman Arkham City: review

Oct 26, 2011

Format: 360 (version reviewed), PS3, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Developer: Rocksteady Studios Players: 1 Site: http://www.community.batmanarkhamcity.com In 2009 the gaming world was surprised by Rocksteady Studio’s Batman: Arkham Asylum, quite possibly the first game themed around the dark knight’s...