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What Rocksteady Games Should Do Following Arkham Knight

"Rocksteady Games broke a curse with the Batman franchise. Not only did Rocksteady create one of the first good Batman games in a long time with Batman: Arkham Asylum, but the developer quite possibly made one of the best comic book superhero-based video games of all time." | Explosion.com

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-Foxtrot725d ago

This might sound crazy but I wouldn't mind seeing a Looney Tunes game from them...and I mean old school Looney Tunes, not that sitcom crap (Looney Tunes Show).

The old games were pretty good back in the day. Bugs Bunny Lost in Time, Duck Dodgers Starring Daffy Duck, Taz Express, Bugs Bunny and Taz: Time Busters and my favourite Sheep Raider,.

Would be a totally different change of tone from Rocksteady.

Obviously this is wishful thinking but I wouldn't mind seeing one.

The Looney Tunes universe is fantastic for a good video game but it never gets used properly

nope111725d ago

A Spider-Man or Superman game.

ifistbrowni725d ago

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Not Nickelodeon turtles, im talking the turtles from late 80s early 90s.

TomahawkX724d ago

With a name like Rocksteady they are destined to create a TMNT game. Crusing around NYC in the Turtle Van, Flying in the Turtle Blimp, or skateboarding in the sewers, oh how glorious it would be.

n4rc724d ago

And with a new movie coming.. It could happen.

wastelander75725d ago

Definitely a Superman game. If Rocksteady can bring Batman back from the dead, then I'm sure they can do the same for Supes.

And maybe make us forget that Superman 64 ever existed.

BobBelcher724d ago

back from the dead? Surely you're just talking about the video game franchise.

The 10th Rider725d ago

I actually think it would be cool to see them stick with adapting another character but avoid Superheros. Anything from books, TV shows, movies...There's gotta be loads of good things they could do.

What if they did a Sherlock Holmes game? It'd be less action-y and much more puzzle and story driven. An interesting change of pace.

Either way, I will be excited.

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