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Submitted by sistevens 630d ago | review

Batman Arkham Origins Review - Midlife Gamer

CraigieH says "Batman: Arkham Asylum is a game likely to be mentioned in many a ‘Game of the Generation’ deliberation – I know it is high on my own personal list. After an arguably diluted stretching of the formula in Arkham City, can the transition to Warner Bros Montreal inject some new ideas and energy into the formula? The, somewhat predictable, answer is that the new studio decides to play it safe yet, in doing so, crafts a solid game that is well worth your time, but may leave you feeling a sense of deja vu if you are familiar with the series." (Batman: Arkham Origins, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 7/10

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