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Resolution Magazine - Arkham Asylum: What Was And What Could Have Been

Resolution Magazine writes: "Batman "recovers" from his first run-in with the Scarecrow abruptly. He's still obviously disorientated as he speaks to Oracle over his intercom, and as he moves into the next corridor and finds the guard he'd previously believed to be the murdered Commissioner Gordon, he says to himself, "Crane's gas must have affected me more than I thought."

It raises the question: is it possible that Batman is still under its influence? Or worse still, has he been hallucinating right from the start?" (Batman: Arkham Asylum, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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