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Submitted by TylerValdal 254d ago | review

Batman Arkham Asylum Review | Pause The Screen

Pause The Screen Writes: "This was one game I was truly afraid of – not literally of course. Being a fan of the Dark Knight and everything he had accomplished, I was afraid this was going to be another failed attempt at creating him in game. Let’s face it, how many memorable Batman games are there? I can’t recall any. Now, finally, there is one." (Batman: Arkham Asylum, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

CursedHero  +   255d ago
Let's argue, everyone. DC > Marvel. Okay, I'm done. Go! LOL

Great review, by the way. I (heart) the Dark Knight!
TylerValdal  +   254d ago
DC has the better villains by far
TylerValdal  +   254d ago
And thanks by the way for the compliments. The real question in 5 years is going to be what film franchises and video gamers offer a better entertainment value? Right now its Marvel for Film and DC For video games
seppo91  +   254d ago
Yeah marvel should really step up their game, all we get is games based on movies and alot of crap on either facebook or mobile.
Still waiting for a AAA Daredevil game.
Think marvels more street based heroes really would fit perfectly for a game.Daredevil in the style of the arkham games or The punisher in something like Max Payne.
Well, a man can dream.
Horny  +   254d ago
All three of the latest batman games have been good. I also enjoyed the ones on super Nintendo.
_FantasmA_  +   254d ago
The SNES ones were better. I used to love Batman as a kid but then I switched over to watching Spiderman. I don't like the Batman games because they feel like they are made just to advertise DC. They lack depth in the story, characters, and the asylum/city weren't big enough.

I liked gliding around in Arkham City, though, but there really wasn't anywhere to go. I was hoping there would be dark and hidden locations with a lot more enemies. For an open world game, there wasn't very much content. Gravity Rush is another example of a big city with very little to do. Arkham seemed pretty empty to me.
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LAWSON72  +   254d ago
I liked ARkham Asylum more than City, mainly because it reminded me of a platformer with how you explored the island. I just found the city to be overwhelming and I felt like I did not get used to it like I did the Asylum
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FreakyFox  +   254d ago
The Batman games from Rocksteady are fantastic, i think Rockysteady should do other superhero games because they are so good at it.
LAWSON72  +   253d ago
I agree though I dont think any dev could ever pull off a superman game sadly. Hopefully Rocksteady announces something new for this gen and instead of another Batman how about a surprise
Venox2008  +   253d ago
For me Asylum was the best of all Arkham games :)

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