The Batman: Arkham City community discuss their hopes for the inevitable sequel.
Co-op....again, another game which some people would like co-op to. Just play the damn game ffor what it is, challenge rooms or not wheres the actual challenge if your friend is with you and if they create co-op only challenge maps then theres wasted resources which could of went towards single player content. Reallyall I want to see is a massive open world game set in Gotham, big enough so you can drive/fly in it.
actually a co-op mode is not a bad idea. just pray to god they dont include a half-assed MP mode..
Look what happened to resident evil 5 when capcom felt that they had to include co-op. I have read up on the original version of resident evil 5(It was a very different game and it did not have co-op as a main part or any part of the game for that matter) and it was a lot better than what was officially released.
True, but the co-op in RE5 felt forced on the player. If done properly, it could be great and Batman already has a sidekick, so it could be a natural progression.
exactly. with a batcave and customizable batsuit. would love to make a christopher nolan type suit
EDIT: @ WhiteLighting (N4G is messing up my reply button) It would not be "Wasted Resources"... Put two people in a challenge map, double the enemies, BAM! you have a two player challenge map. And minimal effort into it, but then they could see if the fans wanted more or not. Simple. Beat 'Em Up games benefit greatly from Co-Op, and as would allot of other games.
agree with the list
I want a Batman game set in the 50's. And I want it to be a real sandbox game.
golden age batman
a cameo appearance by supes.
i say no to the batmobile, but i just want the next game to be based off batman no mans land comic series which i feel is the right decision. Also i want the villains such as deadshot and bane to have better side missions
I would rather have Rocksteady try a Superman game
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