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Arkham City 'almost certainly' contains Batman 3 clues

Batman: Arkham City will "almost certainly" feature clues pertaining to the third game in Rocksteady's series.

That's according to Official PlayStation Magazine, which makes the claim as part of a new interview with the studio's chief Sefton Hill.

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VersusEM2885d ago

A little to early for me

GamerSciz2885d ago

Not coming until 2012. It may have some clues but nothing that I am going to remember for the next year or so.

http://www.imdb.com/title/t...

Fishy Fingers2885d ago

They're talking about the third game, not the movie. The games and movies arent connected.

lightningsax2885d ago (Edited 2885d ago )

Yeah, the Arkham series has been much more based on The Animated Series from the 1990's and the long, long, long-running comic series - much of the creative team behind Arkham Asylum (and just about all of the voice actors!) were from Batman:TAS. Yup, including Mark Hamill.

There's a giant amount of content just in that series, let alone the comics. They could make a Batman 50 before wondering if they're running out of source material.

Well, even then, I guess 2012 would be a good guess for the next game!

NecrumSlavery2885d ago

It better be well hidden this time cause mofos will burn the city down looking for it.

Matthew942885d ago (Edited 2885d ago )

wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooo

AA was pretty good although the Tank enemies seriously pissed me off and ruinded the flow of the game

i have high hopes for AC

DarkBlood2885d ago

damn it dont build up the hype when the second game isnt out yet

lightningsax2885d ago (Edited 2885d ago )

Yeah, of course there will be clues for the next one in there - they did such a great job that a Batman 3 game is pretty much a done deal! I'm really happy for Rocksteady for profiting off of a great game and creating an entirely new series in an era that's extremely slanted toward sequels and old IP, not to mention littered with awful games based on existing outside-of-games licenses. It's nice to see that happen.

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