Batman: Arkham Knight Review - Batman Doesn't Kill; Really, Please Believe Me | DualShockers

Batman: Arkham Knight is finally here, bringing what is supposed to be the final adventure of the Dark Knight developed by Rocksteady Studios. Batman: Arkham Origins lost a bit of the signature luster created by the series’ original development studio, but did Rocksteady manage to bring it back alongside its beloved brand?

Giuseppe Nelva of DualShockers discusses the pros and the cons.

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TwoForce924d ago

One reason why I don't understand : it's like this: batman grab enemy into electricity object, it didn't kill him.

ChronoJoe924d ago

I don't get why people question it. The force that batman hits people with in any of the batman games is more than enough to kill them.

Why it doesn't? Well, it's a game!

shodai924d ago

He doesn't kill them. He just puts them to sleep, for good...

Irishguy95924d ago (Edited 924d ago )

Plz he just knocks them into a 'dying' state. However the bodies dissapear and fade out of existence before their brains shut down completely. Thus, the cycle continues of our hero 'batmon'

dRanzer924d ago

He also run over pepole with the Batmobile in 100 mph
but its a game,we need to do those things

deadpoolio316924d ago

You did notice the ELECTRIC charge that comes out of the Batmobile correct? The game clearly knocks them out of the way

dRanzer924d ago (Edited 924d ago )

Yes but i see that i run them over,not only electrocute them
you can see clearly that he hit them

AstroCyborg923d ago

you must have awful hearing because everytime it gets close to somebody it shocks them & pushes them outta the way

AstroCyborg923d ago

the electricity may have but not batman