Rocksteady has been releasing sneak-peek interviews on occasion in order to hype up Batman: Arkham City. Around E3, we heard a nice interview between Dr. Hugo Strange and Catwoman, as well as Riddler, the Penguin, Quincy Sharp and Two-Face. And now it seems our psychopathic villain might be working with a dying Joker in order to do, er, something with Arkham City. It's all quite vague, but it's also hilarious. Have a listen, why don't you?
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Unfortunately, precious few other details have been released about this version of Talia from Batman: Arkham City. We do know she's being voiced by Stana Katic, but that's about it. In the meantime, take a look at that pretty picture.
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The hotly-anticipated Batman: Arkham City now has an official North American rating. The ESRB has given Bruce Wayne's latest adventure a Teen rating.Read more >
Rocksteady Studios defied expectations with Batman: Arkham Asylum by creating a Caped Crusader-starring game that didn't suck. Now, with the release of some new(ish) Batman: Arkham City footage, Rocksteady has subverted yet another common trend: gameplay previews where the player looks like he has no idea what he's doing.
The 12-minute preview (covering roughly the same territory as the demo at E3) shows off some incredible direct-feed audio/video (i.e. without the noise of E3 blasting in the background), with levels featuring both Batman and Catwoman in action. Some brand-new things on display include our first look at Gotham news reporter Jack Ryder, confirmation that Catwoman is actually imprisoned in Arkham City, and some great monologuing …Read more >