Rocksteady Games created a monster in Batman: Arkham Asylum, and senior gameplay programmer Paul Denning is so proud of their game spawn that he just couldn't stop talking about it.
Looking at the PS3 and xbox 360 versions is like having a double hernia operation in conjunction with playing the PC version. I simply cannot believe the level of detail missing in both versions of this game. I just simply hate playing with Keyboard and mouse and trying to get any Controller to work on the PC and having the correct stick attached for the movement and right one for the camera is basically a no go. Even if you go in and rechange the controls in notepad it proves off. The only area BMAA wins on consoles is the fact you can sit back, relax and play it with the controller from the comfort of your living room sofa. That, to be honest, is the real benefit of console gaming. Something PC gaming just isn't suitable for. Comfort.
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