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E275: Batman: Arkham Knight – The superhero game for a new generation

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The Dark Knight stands ready on the cover of our latest issue – which is out now in print, on iPad, Google Play and Zinio, – as Rocksteady puts the finishing touches to Arkham Knight, signalling the end its eight-year spanning Batman trilogy. We visit the studio and go hands-on with the game in our ten-page cover feature. It’s also time for… Continue reading

Batman: Arkham Knight will surely tie up the trilogy with a flourish – so what’s next for Rocksteady?

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Rocksteady has done for Batman videogames what Christopher Nolan once did for the Dark Knight at the movies. Just as the British director’s rebooted film trilogy added critical kudos to Batman’s undoubted and enduring box office appeal, London studio Rocksteady’s Arkham adventures have, after years of disappointments, done DC’s property true justice in videogame form…. Continue reading

After Arkham, Black Flag and GTAV, is this the end of an open-world gaming golden age?

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Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag can easily see you through to the new year with its heaving open-world of missions and quests. You could put hours into Arkham Origins over the winter weeks, too, hunting for all the snowbound secrets and swooping down on rampaging thugs. Then there’s Grand Theft Auto V, with its generous… Continue reading

Batman: Arkham Origins – Warner Bros Montreal’s excellent Rocksteady impression

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One of Rocksteady’s less celebrated achievements, alongside making The Dark Knight a menacing yet thrillingly vulnerable videogame protagonist, is that it fashioned a pair of games that make for surprisingly good companion pieces. Arkham Asylum’s crumbling, narrow corridors perfectly suit a tightly focused game about Batman the stealthy predator. Arkham City lacks that potency but… Continue reading