Electronics Expert Review Panel
The follow up to what many critics and fans call the best super hero game ever created, this sprawling Batman adventure crawls out of the asylum and spills out into the streets of Arkham City. Adding new playable characters such as Catwoman and Robin insure maximum playability, while retaining the core features that made the original game such a massive success. The Joker is back yet again, and he’s brought some classic Batman villains with him. Replay value should be as huge as the first with over 400 in game collectable items to find and puzzles from the Riddler.
Batman: Arkham Asylum (Xbox 360)
You don't need to be a fan of Batman to enjoy this excellent third-person action game.
Batman: Arkham Asylum Sequel Gets An Official Title
Since the day it was announced in late 2009, the sequel to the best videogame adaptation of the Dark Knight has simply been referred to as Batman: Arkham Asylum 2. Not anymore, as Warner Bros. Interactive today announced the game's official title as...
Review: Batman Arkham Asylum GOTY (PS3)
Rocksteady Studios created something very special with Batman: Arkham Asylum. As Adam said in his review of the Xbox 360 version last August.
In practice it's the old fashioned approach to 3D with red and green glasses - two pairs of which you'll find in the game box. Does it work? Yes it does surprisingly. The effect is quite good - if subtle at times. Rocksteady hasn't gone mad with the...
Batman: Arkham Asylum 2 Villains Revealed
Holy bat-details! This past weekend played host to the the Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo, and, with Kevin Conroy - the voice of Batman - on call for questioning, it wasn't long before the renowned voice actor started spilling tidbits about the...
Batman: Arkham Asylum (PC)
Pros: Very fun gameplay; intuitive controls; maintains classic Batman feel
Cons: Story mode is linear with no decision points
Batman: Arkham Asylum (X360)
Pros: Wonderful presentation values; simple but rewarding combat; a good story
Cons: The core action can get a bit repetitive
Batman: Arkham Asylum Review
Pros: Beautiful, immersive setting filled with fantastic character performances; balanced mixture of stealth and brawling; great storytelling and a killer pace pull you in
Cons: Recycled baddies and bland bosses; pacing falls on its face near the end
Batman Arkham Asylum [X360, PS3, PC]
Pros: Stunning presentation of Batman's universe ; Excellent representation of Batman's abilities ; Brilliant voice acting ; Fun gameplay ; Ton of interesting content
Cons: Repetitive game mechanics ; Obvious pattern driven bosses