Rated 0 out of 10
by MOCHILLBXMC2007 "THE BATSIGNAL IS NOT A BEEPER"
I WATCHED THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS 2, THE BATMAN FINALLY HANDLED HIS BUISNESS, ROCKSTEADY DID THE SAME THING WITH THIS LAST INSTALLMENT OF THE ARKHAM SERIES BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT. I SEE THE DEVELOPERS ARE STARTING TO CUT LOOSE MEANING YOUR DRIVING THE BATMOBILE NOW, WHO KNOWS IF THE CAR IS TRULY INVOLVED IN A MISSION TO SAVE YOUR LIFE THAT WOULD BE LEGENDARY. BATMAN BEGINS FOR THE PLAYSTATION 2TWO HAS THE DARK KNIGHT SAVING RACHAEL IN THE BATMOBILE THAT I USED MY STEERING WHEEL TO DO THIS I MEAN THIS IS THE BEST GAME FOR PS2. I HOPE THIS LAST EPISODE GOES ALL OUT WITH GOLD TRIM THE BATMAN DESERVES IT, NOT ALL OF US HAVE A BIG RED CAPE AND BRIGHT RED BOOTS!!!!!! "TO THE BATMOBILE LET'S GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rated 9 out of 10 by Bguido13 Great conclusion to the series
I see a lot of people complaining about the Bat mobile but it was actually one of my favorite additions to the game. Yes it might of been over used and that cloudburst battle was a pain to deal with but I felt like it added a great new dimension to gameplay, the way you traversed the city, and a cool new combat system. I thought the side missions were incredible and they were never boring (except the bat mobile ones) and I LOVED how Joker was used. They added cool new ways to fight with other characters (Robin, Nightwing, and Cat Woman). This game did a lot of things great and other things were just "okay" but nothing was outright displeasing or unappreciated. Loved the city and how the story took place and it might just be my favorite game of the series. Its an extremely fun game to waste mindless hours on and theres still plenty of strategy and positioning that takes place to have the real feel of a Batman game. Overall its a great game and deserves nothing less than the score I gave it
Rated 10 out of 10 by PlatinumHunter The End of a Legend
With a dark, brutal and gripping story, beautiful graphics, and a batmobile that puts all others to shame, Arkham Knight is nothing short of a masterpiece. As all roads have come to this, the Arkham saga comes to an end, and a bittersweet feeling of emotion begins to consume. Arkham Knight is a perfect conclusion to Rocksteady's trilogy that all began at a small Asylum. With Gotham in shambles, Villains in control and a new villain worthy of the title, the Dark Knight takes a final stand. As commissioner Gordon says in the opening cut-scene, "this is how it happened, this is how the batman died". And thank god we get to experience how it all comes to an end. Batman: Arkham Knight is a clear contender for Game of the Year, and stands as the darkest, most psychological and epic entry in the Arkham series to date. If this is the last Arkham game made by Rocksteady, and I hope it's not, then farewell the the legend that is The Dark Knight.
Rated 6 out of 10 by Reviwer123 Decently good but the bat mobile ruined it
This game had a solid storyline idea but unfolded into something really bad. Don't get me wrong, Batman Arkham Knight was a decent game but the storyline seemed cool in the beginning but it just was a horrible layout and ending. The gameplay was really good but it was basically the same like the other years so nothing to please this so called awesome final game of the Arkham series. There was not many new tools and most of the side missions were ok at best. But to put the nail in the coffin was the bat mobile. In my eyes this ruined the game from the horrible control of the car and the absolute horrid impossible bosses. Also, there was no free time driving to explore because every minute there were unmanned tanks shooting at you and it was really annoying. I just wish they kept it with the classic way of beat up and move your way to a one on one hero vs villain no machine boss levels. Overall, this game was decent but it had many more downs then ups.
Rated 10 out of 10 by MorganDexter Stunning
Absolutely amazing graphics combined with an excellent storyline. Many people have complained about the control of the batmobile which can be difficult when first beginning but becomes much easier rather quickly. I was at first hoping the joker would not be a part of this game since he had the major role in the last three but I quickly changed my mind within a few hours of gameplay. New enemies (sort of new) have been added to make the fighting more challenging and needing a quicker reaction to block attacks from brutes and others. The new environmental takedowns and fear takedowns are both very useful and amazing to conduct. In addition to all this, I feel that the side missions in Arkham Knight are much more difficult than in any of the previous batman games, which is a huge bonus to me as the previous sides seemed too easy to complete. I also enjoy the numerous AR challenges scattered all over the map. A must play for anyone, especially Batman fans.
Rated 0 out of 10 by howtobasicstarwarsbatman the epic conclusion
The first installment to the Arkham franchise Arkham Asylum. Was what broke the curse of comic book based video games never making a memorable video game experience. However it wasn't until the second installment Batman Arkham City that a truly groundbreaking experience was forged with an iron pen. With it's new revolutionizing gameplay it made for an incredible experience which is why it's one of my favorite games of all time and was worth every second of the three times i played it through. However with the way that this new game. Batman Arkham Knight is looking it may best its predecessor once again. With new next generation technology a entire new door is opened for rocksteady giving it the ability to go to entire new heights with gameplay just by watching the little bit of footage given i can already tell that this game has went to new depths completely already with the addition of the batmobile and the improved combat system keep an eye out for this game in the 2015 goty awards because i can tell that this is a serious competitor already.
Rated 10 out of 10 by jrri THE Batman game to own
Greatest Batman you will ever play. Much better than City, I don't know why the reviews do not reflect it. Missions are so diverse that bored repetition is rare. Personally, it may be the greatest game I have ever played.
Rated 10 out of 10 by TheDemonHunter The Best BATMAN Game EVER!!!
The Combat, Story, Gadgets, and Graphics are better than ever. In this game you will discover Batman's Superpower. His mind and will is unbreakable! This story is such a psychological story for the Batman with an amazing ending! Also the dual combat was an awesome new feature. Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill and the whole voice cast was perfect! Probably the best Kevin Conroy has done so far. Another thing that I loved about this game is that it is the darkest one compared to all the other Arkham games. The darker the better when it comes to Batman. The only flaws the game had was the boss fights. Mainly with the Arkham Knight and Deathstroke. Those two fights should of been epic battles but Rocksteady didn't do that. Also the Batmobile was forced on you to use too much. But other than that the game was amazing and I will give this game a 9.8 out of 10. Loved it!
Rated 5 out of 10 by stacktt72 A lot of hype
I was excited to play this for the first time. I went out to get a copy I was expecting a fun game to play over and over. After the first day of playing I quickly realized this wasn't for me. This game is disappointing.
Rated 8 out of 10 by TwistedxKiller517 A Fitting End
Let’s get this out of the way first, Arkham Knight is a really good game. Even though it may be the weakest out of the three installments Arkham Knight still serves as really good conclusion to Rocksteady’s Batman trilogy. To begin Arkham Knight is a beautiful game, often times I would find myself stopping for a brief moment to take in the games visuals. The lighting in particular is nothing short of amazing, Gotham is a grim place and Rocksteady nailed the atmosphere. I don’t want to spoil the story, so I’ll just say this, it’s crazy. Aside from the story there are numerous side missions most of which are pretty fun and end with you taking out a villain (Penguin, Two Face, Firefly, just to name a few). The combat yet again feels great, it’s fast paced and fluid, in no time I was pulling off 60 hit combos, the combat does a fantastic job of making you feel like Batman. There are two problems I have with the game. The first is the boss battles. I know the boss battles have never been a strong point in the Batman trilogy but you’d think by their third installment Rocksteady would’ve put forth a little more effort into making the boss battles better. My second complaint is the Batmobile. Don’t get me wrong I love the concept Rocksteady was going for and I did have fun with is during the early part of my time with the game, but after a while it seemed like they were trying too hard to force me into using it. Literally the last 25 percent of the story missions have you using the Batmobile is some way or another. Aside from the two minor problems I have with the game everything else was great. Arkham Knight is a fitting end to Rocksteady’s groundbreaking trilogy and I would recommend it to anyone who loves games, it’s simply something you have to play.