A new episode of Batman: Arkham Insider showcases several minutes of new gameplay footage from the upcoming "Batman: Arkham Knight" game.
The latest trailer for the upcoming Rocksteady video game shows off Harley's moves as well as Tara Strong's one-liners.
The Ridder and Red Hood take over "Batman: Arkham Knight's" latest promotional material with a new official poster and Gamestop pre-order ad.
Learn what challenges await when the Riddler creates a combination racetrack/puzzle designed to destroy Batman!
When Scarecrow makes his bid to control Gotham in "Batman: Arkham Knight," which side will Poison Ivy find herself on?
PlayStation players will get a first crack at Scarecrow Nightmare Missions and skins based on the 1966 TV series and "Justice League 3000."
Rocksteady Studios reveals what went into the designs of the heavily anticipated game's three biggest characters.
A new video reveals the rest of Kevin Conroy's co-stars, as John Noble, Jonathan Banks, Ashley Greene and more arrive in Gotham City.
Beyond the finish of Rocksteady's Arkham trilogy awaits new features and characters for those paying for a little more.
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."
Along with the announcement of a new release date of June 23, Rocksteady Studios has released footage from the first chapter of the anticipated game.
The latest glimpse of the anticipated video game puts the emphasis on Batman's villains, fighting and the Batmobile.
The latest installment of the bestselling video game franchise sees the Dark Knight take on a mysterious new villain.
The third part of "Batman: Arkham Knight's" Ace Chemicals Infiltration Trailer has debuted online, teasing one of the game series' popular villains.
Batman faces off against the Arkham Knight's drone tanks in new "Batman: Arkham Knight" gameplay footage featuring the might of the Batmobile.
The final chapter of Rocksteady's "Arkham" video game series, "Batman: Arkham Knight," is set to launch June 2015 with two collectors editions.
Rocksteady's "Batman: Arkham Knight" ups the ante in every way -- including access to the Batmobile -- as CBR saw in a closed-door demo at E3 2014.
The latest trailer for "Batman: Arkham Knight" showcases the new and improved Batmobile. UPDATE: WB confirms the game's release has been delayed to 2015.