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Batman: Arkham Knight brings the award-winning Arkham trilogy from Rocksteady Studios to its epic conclusion. Developed exclusively for New-Gen platforms, Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady's uniquely designed version of the Batmobile. The highly anticipated addition of this legendary vehicle, combined with the acclaimed gameplay of the Arkham series, offers gamers the ultimate and complete Batman experience as they tear through the streets and soar across the skyline of the entirety of Gotham City. In this explosive finale, Batman faces the ultimate threat against the city that he is sworn to protect, as Scarecrow returns to unite the super criminals of Gotham and destroy the Batman forever.
The Batmobile is brought to life with a completely new and original design featuring a distinct visual appearance and a full range of on-board high-tech gadgetry. Designed to be fully drivable throughout the game world and capable of transformation from high speed pursuit mode to military grade battle mode, this legendary vehicle sits at the heart of the game’s design and allows players to tear through the streets at incredible speeds in pursuit of Gotham City’s most dangerous villains. This iconic vehicle also augments Batman’s abilities in every respect, from navigation and forensics to combat and puzzle solving creating a genuine and seamless sense of the union of man and machine.
'Be The Batman' – Live the complete Batman experience as the Dark Knight enters the concluding chapter of Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy. Players will become The World’s Greatest Detective like never before with the introduction of the Batmobile and enhancements to signature features such as FreeFlow Combat, stealth, forensics and navigation.
For the first time in the Arkham series take on the role of Joker’s psychotic side-kick Harley Quinn and wreak havoc inside the Blüdhaven Police Department. With this exclusive Story Pack experience events in the lead-up to Arkham Knight as you infiltrate Blüdhaven to rescue your partner in crime: Poison Ivy. Delve deep into Harley’s demented nature and utilize her devastating baseball bat to smash, crash and bash your way to a friend very much in need.
Batman: Arkham Knight brings all-out war to Gotham City. The hit-and-run skirmishes of Batman: Arkham Asylum, which escalated into the devastating conspiracy against the inmates in Batman: Arkham City, culminates in the ultimate showdown for the future of Gotham. At the mercy of Scarecrow, the fate of the city hangs in the balance as he is joined by a huge roster of other infamous villains.
*Online multiplayer also requires a PlayStation Plus subscription.
- Supported Platforms: PlayStation 4
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After Arkham Origins Season Pass ended up being a bit overpriced for what you got, this one is even worse. What do you get for this? You have 6 "Arkham Episodes" story missions, each one starring a different character (Nightwing, Robin, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Red Hood) that are accesed from the main menu, 4 side missions that are played in-game, each one involving a different enemy (Mad Hatter, Mr. Freeze, Ra's Al Ghul and Killer Croc), a few batmobile races and tank battles and a bunch of skins for Batman, Robin, Nightwing, Catwoman and the Batmobile (none for any other of the playable characters).
It looks like a lot of content, but trust me, it's not. The Arkham Episodes and side missions are ridiculously short, clocking at about half an hour each (a bit more in Batgirl's campaign, since you get some collectibles). This totals about 5 hours of gameplay, which is pretty bad for $40. Also problematic is that the missions are quite a bit repetitive and they add absolutely nothing to the overall story. You got better content from Arkham Origins Mr. Freeze DLC, since the mission was longer and with much more varied gameplay.
Sure, some skins are nice, but since you're most likely going to get a bunch you're not going to like included in the price, the value is really not that good. Plus, a couple of Batmobile skins can only be used in races and not tank battles or some story parts, so they'll reset you to a regular skin quite often.
Also, this DLC included some bugs. As soon as you play Mr. Freeze's DLC, prepare to have your game eternally covered in never-ending snow. I actually hope this is a bug, because if it was intended, it's really annoying. Also, this seems to be something rare because very few people complain about it, but there's an audio bug that gives characters a lisp, and it's REALLY distracting.
Overall, at half price or less, this is probably a good buy. Anything more and it's not worth it.
SPOILER ALERT! Unintentional Spoilers maybe present in the review. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!
The rating I am currently giving the Batman Arkham Knight Season Pass is tentative and will most likely change once the Season Pass DLC is all released. As of this writing the only thing that is currently available thru this season pass is the Batman flashpoint skin, which by itself is not worth the $40 dollars at this time. According to Rocksteady all the Pre-order Exclusive DLC that is currently available if you pre-ordered the Arkham Knight WILL NOT be available to the Season Pass until sometime in Late August/Early September 2015 which is the following DLC...
- The Harley Quinn Story Pack (2.5 out of 5 stars)
The DLC can be accessed through the "Arkham Episodes" option on your Main Menu of the game once installed.
Synopsis: This takes place just before the events of the Main Arkham Knight Story Line "The City Of Fear" where you play as Harley Quinn on orders from Scarecrow and Penguin to break out Poison Ivy of The Bludheaven Police lockup so you can bring her to the big meeting that Scarecrow will be having with the other villains of Batman's Rouge Gallery.
The Pros: You get to play as Harley Quinn and use unique gadgets, specialized Baseball Bat, and her unique fighting style. Great Graphics, Control movements, and the best part her "Psychotic Vision" (Instead of Detective Vision) were when in use you get to hear all of Harley's self doubts become vocal.
The Cons: WAAAYYYY to short, you can literally beat this in less that a half hour. Just as you are really getting into it the DLC ends.
Overall: Had alot of potential that never came to light, this was a big disappointment to me and feel Rocksteady screwed over the fans on. As my son puts it "It's the equivalent of a extended Predator Challenge Map". Fortunately I got this for free with my game so I did not put any money out on.
- The Red Hood Story Pack
The DLC can be accessed through the "Arkham Episodes" of the Main Menu Menu of the game once installed.
- The Scarecrow Nightmare Missions (PlayStation 4 Exclusive, Now available at the PlayStation store as well)
The DLC can be accessed through the "AR Challenges" of your Main Menu of the game once installed.
- The First Appearance of Batman Skin (Detective Comic #27, 1939) *
- The New 52 Exclusive Skins (If you have a PlayStation 4 this is a free download via the PlayStation Store as of this writing) *
- The 60's TV Batman (Adam West) , Justice League 3000, and The 60's TV Show Batmobile skin Pack *
On top of the ones that I just mentioned Rocksteady will also be releasing the following DLC either around the same time frame as the pre-order DLC or later in 2015....
- Batgirl: A Matter of Family (4.25 out of 5 stars, Released to Season Pass Holders starting July 14th, 2015 and to everyone else July 21st, 2015)
The DLC can be accessed through the "Arkham Episodes" option on your Main Menu of the game once installed.
Synopsis: In this DLC you get to play as Barbara Gordon as Batgirl at the peak of her physical abilities before the events of the "Killing Joke" which then confines her into a wheelchair. The Story starts you out as Batgirl meeting up with Robin (Tim Drake) at a Oil Rig station that has been converted/turned into an amusement park to rescue Commissioner Gordon (Barbara's Father) from the Joker who is using him and other members of the GCPD as bait to lure the Batman's protege's into what Joker hopes to be there doom. In the Batman Arkham Universe I would say this story probably takes place about 2 or 3 years before Arkham Asylum.
The Pros: You get to play for the first time as a fully functional Batgirl that exhibits both her physical fighting style and intellectual skills (Not like in "Injustice" where you just get to use her fighting skills). Great Story campaign with alot of the same game play from the main Arkham Knight game but with some slight variations. Has an interesting side mission reminiscent of the Arkham Asylum History concerning the history behind the amusement park. Great performance as usual by Mark Hamill as the Joker.
The Cons: Harley really just has an extended Cameo, Rocksteady has really wasted this character's potential now in 2 DLC's, would have like to seen more of her. Some of the game play felt a little reminiscent of the Harley Quinn's Revenge DLC from Arkham City (Popping Balloon's through out the park). I understand this is a DLC but would have liked to see maybe a gadget upgrade or two other than just the standard stock.
Overall: A Vast improvement over the Harley Quinn Story Pack (and from what I hear I am sure the Red Hood one as well) with at least 4 to 5 hours of gameplay (Including the little side stuff) and when the main campaign ends to continue play the side stuff you may have not had time to take care of during the main campaign, for those who like collecting their trophies like I do.
- The Season of Infamy
- Episodes from Gotham City (Additional Story Packs DLC's)
- Additional Skins. *
* All skins can be accessed through the "Showcase" option of your Main Menu of the game once installed.
Now $40 dollars under normal circumstances for a Season Pass I would consider outrages but if Rocksteady comes through on their content they are promising to deliver than the $40 would be a pittance com paired to the $15 to $20 per Story Pack DLC for each.
I'll keep updating this post when more information comes available.