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Submitted by PlusXP 659d ago | review

Batman: Arkham Origins Review [Plus XP]

Garvaos from Plus XP writes: "When a great game franchise is passed on to a new developer more often than not gamers usually expect the worst. Take Devil May Cry as a prime example as when it was first announced that Ninja Theory were re-booting the franchise, all hell broke loose. It even got to the point where Ninja Theory were receiving death threats from “Die Hard DMC Fans”

So as you can imagine when it was first announced that Warner Bros Montreal were making Batman: Arkham Origins alarm bells started ringing for Arkham fans. Even though WB Montreal were the developers responsible for porting Arkham City to the Wii U there wasn’t much beyond this on their CV, so you could understand why gamers were a bit nervous. After playing the Arkham Origins however there is no mistaking that this is a solid game and WB Montreal have really done the series justice." (Batman: Arkham Origins, PS3, Xbox 360) 80/100

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