|Manufacturer||Warner Home Video - Games|
|Item Weight||4.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.67 x 0.51 x 0.08 inches|
|Item model number||1000628897|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Batman: Arkham VR - PlayStation VR
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- Batman: Arkham VR immerses you in the Dark Knight's Universe and redefines what it means to be the Batman.
- Experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World's Greatest Detective in an all new Arkham mystery.
- PlayStation VR required to play this game
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Batman: Arkham VR
Wear the cowl!
How will you feel when you put on the mask?
The man behind the mask.
Your quest to clean up Gotham has only just begun – and now it’s even more terrifying than it’s ever been. Exclusive to PlayStation VR, Batman: Arkham VR lets you become the Dark Knight in a virtual reality recreation of the DC’s hero’s more iconic locations.
Become the world’s greatest detective and explore places such as Wayne Manor and the Batcave as you battle in a brand new and personal story set in Rocksteady’s classic Arkham universe.
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|Computer Platform||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4|
|Item Dimensions||0.67 x 0.51 x 0.08 inches||0.60 x 5.30 x 6.70 inches||6.00 x 8.00 x 2.00 inches||0.60 x 5.30 x 6.70 inches||6.70 x 5.30 x 0.60 inches|
|Item Weight||4.16 ounces||3.36 ounces||4.00 ounces||4.80 ounces||4.00 ounces|
|Platform||PlayStation VR||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4|
|Platform for Display||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4||PlayStation 4|
|Video Game Region||NTSC U/C||NTSC U/C||NTSC U/C||Region free||NTSC U/C|
Batman: Arkham VR immerses you in the Dark Knight's Universe and redefines what it means to be the Batman. Experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World's Greatest Detective in an all new Arkham mystery
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I felt truly immersed and this literally took me to a whole new world. I was IN Gotham. The story is very, very short but intriguing and you want to know what happens next. Once the game was over and I removed the headset, I understood that I had completely mentally left actual reality. It was almost like waking up from a dream. This will be interesting to see how the brain takes all this in over time, to really feel like you are somewhere else. It made me think of the Matrix, when Morpheus answers Neo's question "is this real?" Overall, this is the best VR experience I've had yet. Bring on more Rocksteady... please!!!
Having said that, I did find it really, really fun while it lasted.
So cool the way they used VR to put me in the story. I mean, there's the Joker right there in front of me in the mirror :)
I was honestly hoping for something more like the Arkham series but in VR...and this isn't really that at all. You don't even walk around you just batarang from one static spot to the next.
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If you've played the Arkham Games, it will help if you think of this as one of those little side-missions where Batman uses his detective gizmos to look for clues. That's what this game basically is. I've no problem with that.
The next thing you need to know is that this game is SHORT. It's longer than one of the above-mentioned mini-games, of course. I'm not exaggerating when I say that I completed it in a single session (unintentionally) and was left with an overwhelming feeling of 'is that IT???'
While it lasts, the game is excellent. It actually gave me a dizzy moment as I stood on the edge of a building looking down at Gotham.
But... The ending... I don't remember when I last felt so let down by how a game ended. I won't spoil it, but... just don't build up your hopes for a satisfying ending. Personally, I was eager for the next scene, and couldn't quite believe there wasn't going to be any more. It felt more like I'd played the demo for the real game.
Could have been utterly brilliant, but really isn't. Still probably a must-buy for Bat-fans, and with some jaw-dropper wonderful moments, but seriously.... that 'ending'...
This was my first PS4 VR game - and I found it to be most impressive. It's very immersive … like you're inside the game. Once the VR headset is on, and the game playing, the first experience you have is of standing on the edge of a tall building, at night, in Gotham City - and as you look around (especially as you look over the edge of the building) there's a genuine sense of "being there".
You use the Move Controllers as hands, and you're able to interact with the in-game environment. Objects can be touched and picked-up. It's this aspect of the 'virtual' experience that's fantastic - as it feels like you're really looking at 3D objects. As Batman, you can throw batarangs, use a grapple gun, and scan things. As this is more of a "detective" storyline than anything else, don't expect combat.
Had there been in-game action sequences (fighting), as well as the availability to drive/pilot the car and plane, this would be a perfect game … but, sadly, these aspects are missing. Nonetheless, I highly recommend this game to anyone with (a) enjoys the Arkham series, and / or (b) wants to enter into the VR experience.
Now stay clear, this game sucks. This is the first game I bought for my VR. I’ve played astrobot and vr worlds both fantastic but looking at the hype around this game I thought it would be great, I was wrong.
This game is not much better than the Spider-Man homecoming demo both of which are fun for 2 minutes. I expected this game to be action packed instead it’s just a demo of vr and not an actual game. When the credits came up I thought for a second they were genuinely the intro credits. I feel cheated.
Visually it is good but it’s feels like you are going through the motions without feeling part of it and there is no combat you can get involved in. I’m genuinely sitting here in shock. Can’t believe how highly this is rated!
One last frustration is you choose your vehicle but not only do you not get to drive it you also don’t see it driving at all.
This game would be fine if it was a free demo.
It is more of a "Batman experience" than a game in many senses but very enjoyable with some twisted fun towards the end with the Joker.
The biggest disappointment, which probably speaks to how enjoyable the VR experience was, is that it doesnt last very long. I wouldve been gutted to have bought the game brand new and paid full price considering that you can complete the main story within a couple of hours quite comfortably. There are some Riddler puzzles hidden throughout which can extend your gaming experience but all in all this a game doesnt have much longevity.
That being said, if you can pick up it for a good price then any superhero fan should enjoy a lot of the features in this game.