Why Is 'Batman: Arkham Knight' So Violent?

Forbes: “I’m not going to kill you,” Batman says to a burglar in Tim Burton’s 1989 movie, a remarkable thing to say to someone you’re helding over the ledge of a roof. Like its predecessors, Batman: Arkham Knight overflows with violent scenarios pulled from this mold, encounters that seem impossible to imagine not being fatal but which never actually are. It’s always clear Batman wants to kill, and the only thing preventing him from doing so is some private system of psychological restraint that’s inaccessible to everyone other than Batman.

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Sureshot1200d ago

Why are Forbes being such whiney b****** lately?

NoremacTheGamer1200d ago (Edited 1200d ago )

Because it's rated M for Mature... 17 and up....
Just encase you missed that part somehow lol

Activemessiah1200d ago

Alfred: "Guess who I saw in the city today, master Bruce."
Batman: "Who?"
Alfred: "Not your parents"
Batman: "Alfred, why you do this?"
Alfred: "Because they told me to."
Batman: "Who?"
Alfred: "Not your parents"

That's why.

AidenPearce1199d ago

Because it's a Batman game.

FarEastOrient1199d ago

It's like saying why is water wet...

Khajiit861199d ago

Im confused? Do they think differently of the Batman universe than I do? Is Gotham a place you go for peace and quiet? lol I think if Batman games were more realistic there would be a lot more violence in it, like Joker from Dark Knight for instance.

OhMyGandhi1199d ago (Edited 1199d ago )

was anyone put off Batman pretty much snapping the necks or breaking the spines of those who told him where the riddler trophies were located?

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