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Batman: Arkham City- Xbox 360

Batman: Arkham City- Xbox 360
alaScore 91

62 reviews

Apr, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analysed 62 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the graphics and value for money. The design and gameplay also get good feedback.

story, gameplay, design, value for money, graphics

We analysed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Batman: Arkham City- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Batman: Arkham City

 

A worthy successor to one of generation's most successful titles.

One of the main attractions of this guide is its ability to tell you precisely where every Riddler trophy is. I don't have the time or patience to look properly in every corner, however the guide tells you exactly where every single one is. This...

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Batman: Arkham City (Xbox 360) review

 

Before Rocksteady's Arkham Asylum pounced from the shadows to wow fans and receive critical acclaim, licensed superhero games weren?t considered good. In fact, most of them stank. They stank proudly and without a single whiff of shame.

As with everything, there are issues. Namely the fact that the story could be longer, and the challenge is sometimes a little on the easy side, but neither of these niggles are even worth noting in detail. Arkham City is a case of ?so much done right?...

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Batman: Arkham City

 

It doesn't take the world's greatest detective to spot that this is an expertly crafted adventure, one that maintains a breathtaking pace and invigorating rhythm from beginning to end.

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Batman: Arkham City

 

Batman: Arkham City's irresistible world, joyous movement, rewarding combat, and varied side quests make it an exceptional adventure game.

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Batman: Arkham City (Xbox 360)

 

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 Asylum is justifiably the most revered comic hero game ever made. It may have seemed far fetched to think that Rocksteady studios could outdo their first outing with the Bat, but they managed to do it in every single way. Batman: Arkham...

Added to the mix is Catwoman, which players will control for about 10% of the game in four separate missions interwoven within the narrative. It can't be stressed enough how engrossing the story is, written once again by the award winning Paul Dini....

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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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of Batman adversaries contained in Arkham City's walls. It would be a common complaint for people to make that Rocksteady tried to shoe-horn too many of them into one game. However, because of the over-all narrative of the storyline, this actually...

With The Animated Series’ fan-favorites Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill once again taking the reins as the voices of Batman/Bruce Wayne and the Joker respectively, you have the beginnings of a formula for instant success. Add to those two the list of...

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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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Unfortunately, these diversions usually wind up being far more satisfying and exciting than the main story’s thrust, which quickly devolves into a two-pronged routine: Chase person X to location Y, or face a sudden detour to location Z when location X...