GameFragger: In a listing for a Technical Director, WB Games Montréal, developer of Batman: Arkham Origins, has mentioned "expanding the DC Universe in the interactive space." What DC Comics-based game are they working on?
AO got wayyy too much hate when it released. And i'm not talking about the justified complaints about the bugs.
Definitely one of the most underappreciated games of the last gen. I found it to be a lot better than Arkham Knight to be honest. I think the reason why it scored so low is because of the tacked on multiplayer mode. I never ran into any bugs in arkham origins, but I have heard of people having problems.
I actually forgot it had a multiplayer mode since it was so garbage.
It was my favorite only behind AA. I really liked how they took the story to the past, and no one knew who batman was yet.
Wow I thought I was the only one I absolutely agree. AA is my fav by just a hair but origins easily as the best story out of the series and the characters are represented the best and more faithfully than the other games in the series.
WB..... no thanks.
The rumors of a Superman game would be cool, but let’s be real here: how on earth to make a Superman game that doesn’t completely reduce his powers? I mean, unless every single enemy is Doomsday, the game would basically have you be invincible.
in order to use Superman you just have to think outside of the box of traditional action games. It could be mission based where if people die, you fail, and or the enemies could have kryptonite, magic, psychic or any other powerful weapon. Could be cool to have Superman solve puzzles using his abilities.
That’s true, but the time limit thing sounds like it would end up like another Superman 64 travesty.
I'm hoping for a sequel to Origins that leads into the beginning of Asylum
No Rocksteady ...... no thank you... (Apparently some people on this site believe you're not allowed to have different opinions about a game series, to some of them you must 100% hate it or 100% love it lol)
Sounds a long way off. What the heck have they been doing?
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