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Submitted by OllieBoy 1250d ago | preview

A Few Minutes With the Nearly Finished Batman: Arkham City (Giant Bomb)

Brad Shoemaker writes: As a seemingly random comic book-licensed action game, Batman: Arkham Asylum had virtually no expectations to meet. As the sequel to Arkham Asylum, on the other hand, Batman: Arkham City has a hell of a lot more to live up to. It's been tempting to label Arkham City as a known quantity--the first one was so good, how could the sequel be anything but better?--but I have to admit some skepticism about this follow-up after I played it at E3, where the frame rate out in the open world was poor, and the new grappling and flight controls didn't immediately click for me. Could it be that Arkham City might actually be underwhelming in any way? (Batman: Arkham City, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

BattleTorn  +   1250d ago
Can't wait to be soaring above Arkham City
milohighclub  +   1250d ago
WARNING! Big asS spoiler!
cyborg6971  +   1250d ago
Thanks for the warning. Cant wait.
milohighclub  +   1250d ago
Not long to go, was in line for 2 hours to play 5 mins of gameplay but it was worth the wait. Wish I hadn't read the article though.

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