Looking forward to some new Batman: Arkham City footage landing December 11th at the Spike Video Game Awards? Well bring your attention to a closer date, MSN Games has landed the exclusive teaser trailer and will be showcasing it tomorrow at 8pm GMT
+1000 Please let it be some sort of actual gameplay teaser please !
Why a teaser? That would be worst, show us a full clip of game-play, with the theater guy voice.
can you believe I still have to play Batman AA?! however I had a short time with it, totally loved it, and will get it soon, before Arkham City, and then AC =D very excited about this though =) Best super hero comic video game!!!!!! @ super brad - that'll only be at VGA's, like thor, this is just a teaser with possibly no gameplay.
@visualb - If you're a Batman fan, play AA as soon as you can. In addition to being a fun game that even a casual fan can enjoy, there's all kinds of details packed in that seasoned readers of the comics will pick up on and love. You can tell it was made by people who know their stuff and love the character, not just looking to cash in on the spike in popularity after the last two movies.
yes that is great news. Hope it has some good gameplay footage.I'd like to see what the city looks like.
one less reason for me to watch the spike's VGA
I thought this is a VGA World premier thing??? have i missunderstood something here?
It's a teaser trailer people. I am guessing maybe at most 15-30 seconds. At VGA we will see actual gameplay. This is simply a marketing aspect to build up hype.
Probably BS teaser with end line "Watch VGA for full blow out in game trailer" or some similar crap. BTW give me bubbles folks.
no bubbles for you.
Ugh, why release the game in Q4 next year when they say the game can already be played from start to finish. God damn it just give me it over the Summer!
It's a teaser. Not excited.
why couldn't be today dammit!
im confuse are they realeasing two trailers one tomorow and on at the VGA
2 words: OH MY GOSH
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