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Batman: Arkham Knight by Warner Home Video Games

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Batman: Arkham Knight is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 36.
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  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Publisher: Warner Home Video Games
  • Developer: Rocksteady Studios
  • Category: Action , Crime

Product Details:

In the explosive finale to the Arkham series, Batman faces the ultimate threat against the city he is sworn to protect. The Scarecrow returns to unite an impressive roster of super villains, including Penguin, Two-Face and Harley Quinn, to destroy The Dark Knight forever. Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady's uniquely designed version of the Batmobile, which is drivable for the first time in the franchise. The addition of this legendary vehicle, combined with the acclaimed gameplay of the Batman Arkham series, offers gamers the ultimate and complete Batman experience as they tear through the streets and soar across the skyline of the entirety of Gotham City. Be The Batman.

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Batman: Arkham Knight

The Sum Of All Fears
by Andrew Reiner
Concept:

The final installment in Rocksteady's "Arkham" series. The story steals the spotlight, diving deep inside of The Dark Knight's mind for a cerebral and terrifying journey


Graphics:

A stunning version of Gotham loaded with tiny details and impressive environmental destruction. The character models are eerily realistic, and are captured beautifully through well-scripted cinematic moments


Sound:

Some of the dialogue is hokey, but the all-star lineup of voice actors mostly delivers. Scarecrow, Arkham Knight, and a few other secret characters shine


Playability:

Every gameplay mechanic is better refined and balanced, leading to the best playing Batman game yet. The Batmobile, unfortunately, is a part of far too many blasé tank encounters


Entertainment:

Outside of a couple of irritations, this is one of the most enjoyable Batman stories I've experienced


Replay:

Moderately High

Batman: Arkham Knight is a narrative juggernaut crammed to capacity with excellent heroes, villains, battles, drama, humor, fan service, and the mother of all plot twists (you won't see this one coming, folks). Arkham Knight is easily the most engaging story in the series - a tale that caters just as much to people seeking a high-octane, rock em sock em superhero war as it does those cerebral storyphiles looking for a jaw-dropping narrative. Outside of one of Batman's wonderful toys having a flat tire for a significant chunk of this experience, Arkham Knight is a welcome assault of comic-book bliss and stunning new-gen visuals.

Most of the videos and information shared prior to Arkham Knight's launch are from its introductory moments and side content. Rocksteady Studios, WB Games, and everyone involved in the project kept the majority of the story under lock and key. Once the secret plot developments take root, just looking at the TV or hearing the game for a few seconds can ruin one of the coolest twists I've seen in a Batman story. It happens within the first hour or two of this adventure, and remains a constant for most of the experience. Through that wild development and others, we see Rocksteady at the height of its game for visual and aural storytelling, going to great lengths to find the best perspective for a shot, whether it's from first-person, third, panned, or through the eyes of a different character.

Without giving away any spoilers (of which there is an exhaustive supply), this chapter picks up nine months after the events of Arkham City, showing how Gotham has healed itself after the death of one of Arkham Asylum's perennial guests. Peace has returned to the city's streets, allowing people to leave the safety of their homes to enjoy the nightlife and arts in boroughs that were once only for people with a death wish or sinister intentions.

That's when Halloween night brings a grim reminder of the past. Scarecrow resurfaces, and he wants to destroy Gotham with a fear toxin. The citizens have until the next morning to leave. Of the 6.3 million people that call Gotham home, not many remain when Batman begins his hunt for Scarecrow. A mysterious character named Arkham Knight complicates matters and unleashes an army against the Caped Crusader. It's a cheesy video game setup that is used to quickly establish an axis and - to a lesser extent - explain why the city's streets are free of ordinary people.

Gotham is a beautifully realized playground for Batman, ranging from a borough filled with century-old architecture to another glowing with a bombardment of Times Square-like advertisements and light. He can glide overhead with ease thanks to an increase in speed and refinement in the controls. He can also take to the streets in his iconic Batmobile, a vehicle that controls remarkably well and is almost as fully featured as any lead character in a game. For roughly three quarters of the game, it's the equivalent of Robin - a sidekick that does some cool stuff, but is mostly annoying. I love how it's used for puzzle solving and specific environment navigation, but its combat applications disappoint for the majority of the game, and they are called upon often.

See the rest of the Review at Game Informer

    Important Information:

    If you are a fan of Batman games, check out all the latest Batman: Return to Arkham games and accessories available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing The finale to the Batman Arkhangelsk Series is awesome. There is plenty bat mobile and bat mobile battles which is really nice. The amount of freedom you have to wander around or do side missions is also great, and the puzzles are tough, and u actually have to think. The story makes so much sense and the team ups are great. Overall tho I just can't explain what a great storyline this has. Make sure you watch until the end of the credits too.
    Date published: 2017-04-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect The game is really good. The story makes mostly sense, I wish they would not tell you he dies in the beginning. But besides that it is awesome
    Date published: 2017-01-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rocksteady ends it with a BANG! Brilliant story, beautiful graphics, amazing score. The only thing I had to complain about is drone battles. Too many. And yeah we did need better boss battles. Especially after the famous Freeze battle. But I still loved this game. I'm glad they ended it on a high note. Rocksteady Studios did everything right with these games. Hate that they are doing something else but then again I'm excited for their next project. Cheers!
    Date published: 2016-09-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Batman Game Made What an terrific ending to a terrific franchise! The graphics are amazing, the formula is polished, the story is top notch, and the Batmobile is awesome! My only gripe is the Batmobile becomes a shoehorned element as the game goes on and there's no character swap points like in Arkham City, but still is truly a phenomenal game!
    Date published: 2016-03-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great addictive game Great game overall. Has like one glitch when i played. Really addictive. Story line is very important to me and its on point. As a comic fanatic, I thought rock steady did a great job at applying and correlating the obvious facts from the comics as well as the sleeper facts some people may miss.
    Date published: 2015-12-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from one of the best games I have ever played this game has magnificent graphics some of the best I would say. the graphics were close to COD AW. the mystery aspect was very engaging along with the new and improved Wayne technology. I thought the puzzles were enjoyable and very entertaining. there is a lot of action in the game, and you can adjust the difficulty level. this allows less experienced individuals and more hardcore gamers to play within the zone of their skill level. this game also features many characters from DC comics. for example, Cat Woman, Robin, the Arkham Knight (obviously), Scarecrow, the Joker, and many others. when playing this game expect to be amazed.
    Date published: 2015-12-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from nearly perfect it might have a couple of crashes but it is truly wroth it it looks great and the gameplay has not change much way better than origins. Great story can see where it is going but still great should at least beat main story and activate the knight-fall do not buy season pass buy the dlc one by one.
    Date published: 2015-12-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Batman Game I've Ever Played. This is by far the best Batman game, period. The controls for this game are wonderful. The have perfected the combat system that was introduced in Asylum. The graphics are beautiful and the sound is nearly perfect. The voice acting is great. the fact that it's the original voice actor from the animated series makes it that much better. If you are a Batman fan or an Arkham fan. Definitely get this game if you haven't already.
    Date published: 2015-09-27
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