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Batman: Arkham City- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 85 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the design and gameplay. The value for money and graphics also get good reviews. Some have doubts about the multi player mode.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Batman: Arkham City- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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Batman: Arkham City (PlayStation 3)

 

Gotham City. This crime-infested metropolis has been famously imagined and reimagined in comic books, cartoons, and films. Now, we have a new vision of Gotham, and it stands not just as one of the most unforgettable incarnations ever of the city that...

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Batman: Arkham City

 

OMG it's finally here!” is the first thing I thought the moment I took the plastic shrink wrap off of my copy of Batman Arkham City by the folks over at Rocksteady. After hearing so many rumors and other leaks about what the game was going to be about,...

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Batman: Arkham City (PS3) Review

 

The Dark Knight rises(pun intended) in a spectacular sequel that surpasses Arkham Asylum in every way and is a serious contender for Game of the Year.

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Batman: Arkham City - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Two years back if you were to ask me how I'd feel about a sequel to Arkham Asylum I'd tell you that though I'd be up for it, I'm not sure if it'd be necessary. Along with other Bat fans, I had been waiting for Rocksteady's madhouse romp for what seems...

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Batman: Arkham City

 

For the first time, a developer understood the subject matter, and created something that transcended the lackluster comic book game genre. It had wonderfully choreographed, button-mashing combat, sided with stealth elements, and detective-like problem...

More of everything that made Arkham Asylum the best comic book game ever ; Excellent, twisted interpretations of classic bat-villains ; Never too hard, never too easy ; You get the feeling of actually being Batman ; An emotionally charged story that...

It had to end ; The large number of villains means that not everyone gets equal time to develop ; Thug-chatter can get annoying after 10+ hours

Enemy thug and street gang models are varied, and it never feels like I'm beating on the same guy each time I got into a fight. There is also a good variety in the types of weapons that the thugs use, which forces you to switch up your technique,...

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Batman: Arkham City

 

Two years ago, Arkham Asylum didn't just deliver the best comic book-inspired game ever, but one of the best experiences of the year. Much of that was due to the perfect combination of Paul Dini's script crafting a compelling story and both an...

Batman: Arkham City is an absolute must for anyone who loved Arkham Asylum. If you didn't play that, then do that first because the storylines tie into each other. Although AC's works as a stand-alone storyline, it's a lot better if you've played...

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Batman: Arkham City

 

Why would anyone actually want to be Batman? A haunted past, a life devoted to justice and no hope for a happy ending. Compared to Superman or any other major DC Comics character, Batman really doesn't have a lot going for him; no flight, no super...

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Batman: Arkham City Review

 

Rocksteady Studios has done it again. It may not be perfect, but it has taken it's predecessor's place as the best superhero game of all time. One of the best that this year has to offer.

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Batman: Arkham City

 

Street sweeping with the Dark Knight.

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Batman: Arkham City Review

 

The Dark Knight returns.

Tight open world design, excellent use of Batman's rogue's gallery, freeflow combat gets plenty of gadget upgrades, fantastic voice acting

Some narrative stumbles, the dynamic costume damage makes me feel like a crappy Batman

Brandon Cackowski-Schnell is a regular contributor to GameShark and is the cohost of Jumping the Shark , GameShark.com's official podcast and co-founder of No High Scores.

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