The Canadian video game developer celebrated Batman Day by teasing its highly-anticipated new Batman game.
Longtime Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy wishes Rocksteady's wildly popular Arkham video game series would return.
Following a flurry of rumors, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released the Batman: Arkham Collection for Xbox One.
A new rumor suggests that Rocksteady is developing an open world Superman game that takes place in Batman's Arkhamverse.
Getting under Batman's cowl has been a gaming tradition since 1986 -- but which games are Bat-tastic, and which are a Dark Knight disaster?
After losing its original June release date, the upgrade collection that includes "Arkham Asylum" and "Arkham City" finally arrives this October.
A first look at gameplay for the VR-based take on the hit game lets players enter the Batcave.
Ra's al Ghul, Mad Hatter, Killer Croc and Mr. Freeze plague the Dark Knight in the all-new DLC expansion for the hit game.
Rocksteady's "Season of Infamy" arrives, bringing with it a quartet of villains, Christian Bale's "Dark Knight" batsuit and a tease of more to come in 2016.
When it comes to the Dark Knight's potential in video games, a Warner Bros. Interactive executive says "the possibilities are endless."
The "Season Pass" version of "Arkham Knight" will offer players access to new content for six months after the game's initial release.
Rocksteady's latest trailer promises "death to all who follow" Batman in the final chapter of the "Arkham Trilogy."
A Tweet from fan-favorite Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy clarifying his comments at Dallas Comic-Con may have inadvertently revealed a new "Batman: Arkham" game beyond "Arkham Origins."