Rocksteady Hints At Batman Sequel

GOONL!NE writes: "Speaking in Issue 38 of Official Playstation Magazine (out now), Sefton Hill replied to the question of whether gamers would see a sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum by saying this:

'I'm not really allowed to comment on that, but there are definitely lots of exciting stories to tell in Batman's world, and I can say that we're really privileged to work on it, and excited about future possibilities.'"

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LtSkittles3275d ago (Edited 3275d ago )

These guys are like the Christopher Nolan of the videogame world. As long as these guys handle the sequel I think it will be fine. I had very few problems with B:AA, but the boss fights were amazing,and I would like to see ScareCrow again, because that last fight was epic(if you know what I am talking about), and it had people saying "I think the game broke my PS3/360/PC."


One of the few titles that I was compelled to play until the finish this year. With my busy schedule, and stack of half played games, that says a lot. lol

foxtheory3275d ago

Fulfill my dream of a Gotham City sandbox!!!

LinuxGuru3275d ago

No, batman needs linear scripting. With a sandbox, we'd end up saving the same stupid woman from a goon 5,000 times, stopping the scarecrow 20 times, preventing bank robberies 3,000 get my point.

Unless they could somehow not water down the batman experience and make it open-world...I don't want it.

foxtheory3274d ago

it could be incredible. I'm not saying there needs to be civilian-saving side missions around every corner, but a sandbox done in a linear fashion could be a great experience, kind of like the structure of Assassin's Creed 2.

LinuxGuru3275d ago

Sweet! Bring on more of the quality stuff from Batman: AA, and I'm sure we'll all be pleased =)