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Submitted by KramersGamers 1290d ago | interview

PAX Prime 2011: Interview with Lucas Myers for Gotham City Impostors

"What happens when Arkham Asylum spills over into Gotham City? The citizens of Gotham run to their nearest Army surplus store and stock up on spring shoes and assault rifles! Monolith Productions, the creators of the much loved No One Lives Forever series on the PC is back and zanier than ever with this absolutely unique take on downloadable multiplayer shooters, where one team dresses up as their favorite masked superhero Batman, while the other is decked out like his criminally insane archnemesis, The Joker! Sporting what seems to be a Team Fortress 2 vibe, players can customize their character and unlock a variety of weapons and upgrades across several game types."- Shanghai Six (Batman: Gotham City Imposters, Culture, PAX)

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