The sections of previous games in the Batman: Arkham video game series involving the villain Scarecrow were some of the most memorable parts of the games.
Now Scarecrow is taking control of Gotham City in the latest game in the series, titled Batman: Arkham Knight, which is the trilogy-maker in developer Rocksteady Studios’ series following Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. A fourth game in the franchise, a prequel titled Arkham Origins, was developed by WB Games Montreal and released in 2013.
A new trailer for the game, titled “Gotham Is Mine,” focuses on Scarecrow’s attempt to take control of the city, as well as the group of familiar names and faces he brings together for his plan, including Two-Face, Harley Quinn, The Riddler, Poison Ivy, and The Penguin.
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A gameplay demo for the latest in Rocksteady Studios’ trilogy of Batman games, Batman: Arkham Knight, was presented at E3 2014.
The new demo shows Batman gliding around the massive open-world Gotham, jumping in the Batmobile—the first time in the series the vehicle is drivable—for a little high-speed action, showcasing the Batmobile’s firepower, all before paying Penguin a little visit and ending with a cameo by a familiar foe.
You can check out the Arkham Knight gameplay demo below now.
Another day, another big video game dropping out of its planned 2014 release and setting up shop in 2015 instead.
Today it’s Batman: Arkham Knight, the latest installment in the franchise from Arkham Asylum and Arkham City developer Rocksteady Studios, joining the many others such as the most recent delay, The Order: 1886.
As is the case with most of the delays, a little treat has been released to soften the blow to those who were eagerly awaiting the game. One of the exciting new features of Arkham Knight is a drivable Batmobile, and a new video has been released showing off the vehicle. You can watch it below.
A new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight has been released. The game is the third in the Arkham game series from developer Rocksteady Studios, and the fourth overall.
The new trailer is titled “Evening the Odds,” and is a gameplay trailer…though it doesn’t show much in terms of actual gameplay, just in-game footage. Surely a lengthy gameplay demo will be arriving sometime during E3 next month.
For now, you can check out the new Arkham Knight trailer below.
A new TV spot has been release for Batman: Arkham Origins, the prequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City.
The spot, which is from director Tim Miller with animation by Blur Studio, is short—only about a minute in length—but powerful, as it quickly looks at the life of Bruce Wayne, and his evolution from a boy to Batman.