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Submitted by Pozzle 790d ago | opinion piece

Batman Arkham 3: 5 Things We Need In The Next Game

WC: Last week, Warner Bros. finally announced that a sequel to Batman: Arkham City is in the works and is actually primed for release later this year (they also registered over a dozen Arkham related domain names as well). This latest announcement stays true to form in that the previous two Batman gaming entries were released in the fall season, just in time for the holiday shopping bonanza.

However, the bigger issue with this announcement is the fact that it is largely believed that Rockstar Games will sit this next entry out; so this begs the question: do we even want another Batman Arkham game if it comes from another developer?

Regardless, we must look ahead at what the next entry in the Batman Arkham series needs to have in order to continue this series overwhelmingly successful run, even in spite of possibly having a new developer (Batman: Arkham City, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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