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Submitted by ZGRDaniel 1254d ago | review

Batman: Arkham City Video Review - ZGR

Zeitgeist Game Review says:
"Keeping right on track with the massive number of Fall season big-name game releases is the sequel to 2009’s smash hit Batman: Arkham Asylum. Developer Rocksteady Studios have upped their ante with Arkham City, delivering a wonderful story and game-play mechanics that really draw you in and make you feel like the bad-ass Dark Knight himself! On top of that, they’ve filled the title to the brim with content to ensure you’ve got plenty of Gotham City mysteries and action to keep you occupied for quite some time." (Batman: Arkham Asylum, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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pedo_across-the-road  +   1255d ago
The only reviewer I actually trust, i'm gonna buy uncharted regardless but i hope he can review it.
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WolfLeBlack  +   1255d ago
Daniel does indeed do good work. I had the pleasure of interviewing him a while back.

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