Batman: Arkham Knight Review - Can Gamer

In Batman: Arkham City, if you tried walking the streets of Gotham, you'd quickly be greeted with a reminder that you can use your grappling hook instead. In Rocksteady's latest and final release in the series, Batman: Arkham Knight, the Batmobile remains your best tool to navigate Gotham City.

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WizzroSupreme1032d ago

Man, this looks so sweet. Can't wait to get my copy.

gamingden1032d ago

It really is. I didn't think I could get into another Arkham open world game after playing the hell out of Arkham City and being extremely disappointed by Arkham Origins - but it's perfection.

Bathyj1032d ago

Not on PC apparently. I'm not trolling, just wondering if any of these reviews are going to reflect that this game has major problems on that platform.

It sucks when games get a free ride on the hypetrain and they get 9's and 10's across the board when they have glaring technical issues, or so I've been led to believe.

Allsystemgamer1032d ago


It's really bad on PC. I'm playing through it. Textures don't load. The framerates all over the place, audio drops, crashing etc. You name a bug and it's there. Great game but JESUS they dropped the ball

gamingden1032d ago (Edited 1032d ago )


I totally agree. When the Xbox One first came out, I got burned a few times by buying the 360 version of a game assuming it would be of the same quality - and it turned out to be a technical mess. Terrible visuals, long load times, and yet it shared the same "metascore" as the next-gen versions.

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Maxor1032d ago

This is not bad for a free game on PC so I don't mind the bugs because I'm still busy with the other free game, The Witcher 3.

Thank you Nvidia!