After mining the Batman mythos in two huge games, developer Rocksteady Games feels the Dark Knight has room to grow and plans to continue to be involved in continued expansion of the franchise post-"Arkham City."
A pair of leaked Achievement/Trophy awards indicate Batman's former protege, Dick Grayson, will join the list of playable characters in the upcoming sequel to "Batman: Arkham Asylum"
CBR News takes a look at an "Arkham City" encounter with the Joker's newest homicidal goon, the devastating Mr. Hammer, and the new weapon necessary to take the big bad guy down.
Which of the Dark Knight's myriad rogues will he confront in the latest Batman video game adventure? CBR breaks down the roster for you with a helpful guide to all the villains.
Rocksteady Games has unveiled a pair of helpful new gadgets for the Dark Knight to wield in "Arkham City" - and Batman'll need them in order to to take on the gun-packing Deadshot.
Tying in to the highly anticipated "Batman: Arkham City" game, ball cap makers New Era are looking to turn fans into inmates of Arkham City with a New York Comic Con-debuting hat. CBR has the exclusive first look.
According to an early "Batman: Arkham City" walkthrough guide listing, Rocksteady Games' anticipated sequel may feature downloadable Catwoman content.
The newly-announced New Game Plus mode will take the challenge of "Batman: Arkham City" to a whole other level, adding even more replay value to the heavily anticipated Rocksteady title.
At the DC Comics booth at Comic-Conl, fans can test out Rocksteady Games' "Batman: Arkham City." CBR News tried their hand, and here are the results.
Jim Lee & Paul Dini were joined by voice actors Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill & Stana Katic to discuss WB Games' upcoming "Batman: Arkham City."
In "Batman: Arkham City," the Dark Knight returns in his boldest, most intricate video game adventure yet, one that pits him against a variety of classic Gotham villains. CBR has a hands-on preview of the October-launching game.
Gamers have been wondering what, if any, role Robin will have in the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City." Well, they got their answer this weekend from an unusual source - Best Buy.
Warner Bros. Interactive and DC Entertainment have announced their highly anticipated video game, "Batman: Arkham City," developed by Rocksteady Games, will hit stores October 18.
Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Games have released four new screenshots from the heavily anticipated "Batman: Arkham City" featuring Batman, Harley Quinn and the Joker in all his demented glory.
Rocksteady Studios and DC Entertainment have released new screenshots from the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City" video game scheduled to hit consoles and PCs in Fall 2011.
While "Batman: Arkham Asylum" did not take home any awards at the Spike Video Game Awards ceremony, the game's developer, Rocksteady Studios, was named Studio of the Year and a teaser trailer for the sequel was unveiled.
After a year of anticipation, "Batman: Arkham Asylum" finally arrived in stores this week. Was it worth the wait? Did it live up to the hype? Read CBR's review for our take on what's been called the best superhero game of all time.
"Batman: Arkham Asylum" is hitting stores this month, and CBR's interview series concludes as we talk with Rocksteady's Tim Hanagan about what fans can expect from the gameplay as they take on the role of the Caped Crusader.
Check out a new trailer for "Batman: Arkham Asylum," focusing on the villains featured in the highly anticipated new game. We've also got character profiles and concept art for each character.