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Batman: Arkham City is the upcoming sequel to action-adventure stealth video game Batman: Arkham Asylum, based on DC Comics' Batman for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. It is being developed by Rocksteady Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Comics. The game was officially announced during the beginning of the 2009 Spike Video Game Awards. It is currently scheduled to be released in Q3 2011.
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Publisher:  Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, DC Comics
Developer:  Rocksteady Studios
Console:  PlayStation 3, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
Genre:  Action Adventure
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review by . November 17, 2011
posted in The Gaming Hub
When the original Arkham Asylum came out in 2009 it more or less took the gaming world by storm. It did so for two reasons. The first was that before Arkham Asylum most of us couldn't remember the last time Batman was actually given a good game. The second was that it was a very well put together game. A game that, for the most part, is hard to follow up. Arkham City does the original justice. It's bigger (definitely) but most of all it retains much of the same charm.      …
review by . November 15, 2011
posted in The Gaming Hub
BATMAN ARKHAM CITY is the sequel to the video game BATMAN ARKHAM ASYLUM. In that game, Joker had masterminded a scheme that trapped Batman in Arkham while the inmates ran loose. It ended in a climatic showdown between Joker and Batman. BATMAN ARKHAM CITY takes places a year later. Arkham Asylum has been razed and Hugo Strange in partnership with Mayor Quincy Sharp (the former warden of Arkham Asylum) has bought much of old Gotham City and transformed it into a massive prison for criminals and the …
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