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- The Batmobile: Gamers have demanded it, and Batman: Arkham Knight delivers. The all new Batmobile sits at the heart of the gameplay experience and augments Batman's abilities in every respect.
- Next-Gen Gotham City: Harnessing the power of the next generation of games systems, the entirety of Gotham City has been created in immense scale and with intimate detail offering players a truly legendary next-gen game world.rnessing the power of the next generation of games systems, the entirety of Gotham City has been created in immense scale and with intimate detail offering players a truly legendary next---gen game world.
- The Epic Conclusion to a Legendary Trilogy: Rocksteady Studios returns to the helm of the multi-award winning franchise. Scarecrow is back to wreak his revenge against Batman joined by a completely new and original character, the Arkham Knight.
- Be The Batman: Batman, the Batmobile, the entirety of Gotham City. Batman: Arkham Knight is the complete and ultimate Batman offering.
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
(Next paragraph was taken from my Arkham Origins review)
I am not a gamer that is close or follows the Batman story or development outside the games/movies. So whatever story is developed I enjoy very much. I just play games because I enjoy them. I remember trying the demo for Asylum and loved it because I fell in love with the fight system. I'm a perfectionist and the fight system really challenges me and also annoys me when I know I can do better.
I usually go into the good things and bad things of the game starting off with the bad things. After that I go over the features of the game. If you want to skip my opinions/feedback on the game and want to know more about the game, scroll down to the features sections.
Here are some of bad things first for some people:
- Pre-order bonuses: This doesn't matter much now because you can't pre-order now. But a lot of people were frustrated that most every major game retailer out there had a different preorder bonuses, which were Gamestop, Bestbuy, Amazon, Wal-Mart, Steam, etc. There is no way to get all of these bonuses at the start. But they announced a few days ago that if you get the season pass for 40 dollars...it will include all of the pre-order bonuses. That will not be until later 2015 though.
- Installing: It took about 20-25 min to get about 40% of the game installed and to be able to start the game.Read more ›
If you played Asylum and City, this is (for the most part) what you've been waiting for. All the gameplay elements that you've come to know and love have been further fleshed out and improved upon. The combat, the scope of the city, the upgrades/customization... It's bigger and better.
The Batmobile, on the other hand, is a letdown. At first it's awesome, but somewhere around the midpoint of the game I realized it had worn out its welcome. There's just too much of it. I began to groan when I was hurled into a tank combat scenario that I knew I had to complete in order to advance the story.
The Batmobile is fun when it's used to ASSIST Batman, whether blowing a hole in a wall to enable progression or helping subdue a thug. It's when you BECOME the Batmobile (i.e. a tank) and Batman -- the hero I've had such a blast playing since Asylum -- essentially disappears that the game becomes a less enjoyable experience.
Equally unenjoyable (though I believe optional) are the Riddler race courses. Not to be confused with the puzzles you solve with the Batmobile's help; those are fun. And expected. But I didn't expect annoying platformeresque races. Hard to dock points for optional content, though, otherwise this review would be 3 stars.
My main gripe is with the hyperabundance of tank combat. Those mechanics (the Riddler races too, for that matter) are new to the series and in my opinion wholly unwelcome.
The rest of the game is virtually flawless.
Update: I just finished the game, and I have to say that the bat mobile issues do get better. Or at least, are overshadowed enough by the rest of the game to be more negligible. Later in the game during your boss battle with the Arkham Knight, you have to do this horrendous fight with the bat mobile tank. One of the worst boss battles I've ever had to grind through for reasons listed above. The in-game twist becomes obvious, but the foreshadowing is classic comic book style. Scarecrow isn't terrifying enough to be the main villain. The real interest here is batman's internal Joker.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Still not got the highs of Arkham City, but a whole lot better than the other one which we shall not name.
The use of the Batmobile is good. Read more
I like this game. It's really fun to use the Batmobile. The atmosphere is very vivid, all dark and rainy and urban. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Zawmer
I gave this as a gift to my daughter, she's a big Batman fan and enjoys exploring the city and seeing all that she can do as BatmanPublished 4 days ago by Frederick C Thompson