Batman: Arkham City Summary
We enter the gates of Arkham City, where Chris Capel is the goddamned Batman.
Rocksteady is finishing their trilogy of the Arkham series, and they're excited to be able to combine the level of detail of Arkham Asylum and the open world approach of Arkham City. The art team can 'just go for it'.
Batman: Arkham Knight ditches the asylum and the walled off Arkham for the full Gotham City. Rocksteady also say they're their own 'inspiration' because of the trajectory set.
UPDATE: Next Game Informer issue features Batman: Arkham Knight. Prepares 4 minute debut trailer for 10.00 AM Central Time. Set in new area of Gotham City 'far larger' than Arkham.
The Batmobile is a 'core element' of Arkham Knight with streets made much wider to accommodate the iconic vehicle that until now had only been briefly used as a set piece in the Arkham series.
Original story follows
Ahead of an official reveal by WB Games, retailer GAME has started taking pre-orders for Rocksteady's new game 'Batman: Arkham Knight'. It's billed as the "explosive finale" in the Arkham series.
According to the listing, we'll be facing off against Batman's "most notorious foes" as Scarecrow unites them. What's more interesting is the inclusion of the driveable Batmobile.
Batman: Arkham series creator Rocksteady could very well be announcing their next project to the world, which is believed to be a next-gen Batman title in the works. Where does March fit in?
A Dutch journalist took a snap of the Rocksteady Studios address plague, and then responded that they could talk about it 'in around a month'. The tweet was deleted.
While Microsoft's Games for Windows Live client is in its death rows there are many futures left uncertain, like all those GFWL infested games still out there. What becomes of them once the beast is slain?
A list has been compiled by Joystiq on what's happening with various titles by publishers and studios. The future is bright for some, not so blinding for others.
For two weeks Humble Bundle is running the 'Humble WB Games Bundle' campaign with proceeds going to charity We Can Be Heroes. What's in this package to entice your donations? F.E.A.R.
Specifically it's F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin and F.E.A.R. 3, but there's also Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City with Scribblenauts Unlimited and LOTR: War of the North too.