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If you have played Arkham Asylum then you’ll know what to expect from Arkham City – but you get more of everything - A bigger play area, more moves, more gadgets, more super criminals. The first thing that struck me about the game was the graphics. They are unbelievably well done and sets the mood for the game. The game controls are very tight and intuitive – especially for Batman. The game is about a 4.7 or 4.8 but it cannot be rated as such on Amazon. The main story line is fairly short. My saves said I was 32% through the game when the final credits started to roll – caught me by surprise. I was allowed back in to finish the side quests after the credits. The side quests are all fun, but I never finished the Riddler’s quest. I saved all the hostages in the secret rooms but never captured the Riddler. To get the hostage locations (and finally the Riddler’s location), you must find his hidden trophies and solve his riddles – there are hundreds of these and some of the puzzles to actually acquire the items are very difficult. At the end I just got tired and/or stumped and moved on to another game. I’ll probably go back to this sometime in the future because I’m fairly anal about collecting everything in a game. Of the extras in the GOTY version, I enjoyed Harley Quinn’s Revenge which was basically a continuation of the game. This should be played after you finish the main story line because the download itself is a spoiler. The various costumes for batman and the other character’s was a good touch. By the end of the game Batman’s costume is so ripped and torn that he needs a change of clothes and Catwomen is so filthy and bedraggled, that she is no longer sexy – does the phrase “something the cat dragged in” ring a bell. Catwomen’s chapters are just a replay of what is in the main story line (not sure if this was in the original game or a download extra). There are a lot of fight games in the package with Batman, Catwomen, Robin and Nightwing. These didn’t really interest me (basically like the fights in the game) so I did not play at these much. There is what I’ll call a brawl – you’re in a room with 3 or more henchmen and you’re rated on how well you take them out (You earn metals & so many metals = a trophy). A second fight scenario puts you in an area of the game with several henchmen to take out. You have certain criteria on how to dispatch them such as a time limit or by using certain gadgets or moves.
I Still have some issues with the fight mechanics in the game but this second outing for the Batman series on PS3 is engaging and well thought out. I liked how each character seemed more polished and the story line was an interesting one.
Pros Graphically superb Main story line flows well and you don't feel like the side quest distracted overly much from it but are a good enhancement to the main story line. I liked that they changed and allowed the batarang to be used from a crouched position.
Cons Batman still feels a lot like a brawler instead of a martial arts expert but less so here than in Arkham Asylum. Little more could have been played with with regards to stealth. Yes, Batman is kind of an in your face character but he also uses cover very well and does not get caught out as easily as he seemed to at times here.
Overall a game well worth the 20 for the game of the year edition.
Well this is a great game! Loved Arkham Azylum GOTY and now took this one!
Well I just should have wait a little more to get it for less, but it's a great add to my collection, I were playing Uncharted 2 and 3 weeks before get this. Now I'm playing this every time I can. Love the game as it is. Well, concerning the catwoman DLC, yes loved to play as catwoman, diferent moves mean more challenging... By the way as other reviewers say, it doesn't add to the story. Really liked to play as Robin. I will update my review after finish the game and play some challenges.
You can get an own experience by downloading the game demo. Batman moves are incredible! Much more enhanced than Arkham Asylum.
Update: Concerning the DLC's I got some troubles as I were getting platinum in uncharted both 2 and 3, I stopped playing Batman Arkham City for about one week. I came back to it and it appears me that my save data is corrupt. Well I went to internet to solve it and as I did not wanted to delete all my progress, the solution been delete the saved game in game data utility. So I installed it again and worked fine, there are people saying that you can solve that by copying the saved game from saved data utility to a USB devise and then delete your progress and copy/paste from your USB (did not worked to me).
A game like that GOTY must be fixed AND DO NOT PRESENT SUCH OF THOSE PROBLEMS. All in all it's a great game but because of that issue I rate it with four stars.
Sorry concerning my english.
Concerning the cover, Both Arkham Asylum GOTY and Arkham City GOTY covers are full of things, well I don't care; but if you want, you can enhance it by taking the one that comes inside the game as a cover to your bundle (it's not thick at all).
Pretty cool, but the flight/gliding mechanics are weird and unreliable, making the Wayne VR Training Missions and several of the Joker missions nigh unplayable (not a huge issue because they're supposed to be hard and aren't part of the main story). Knocked off a star because in many fight scenes the camera whips around at random so you can't see all the people you're fighting. Storyline is awesome, they paid a lot of attention to detail and there are tons of little things to discover in-game in between main story events.
This is a pretty fun game to play, it does get somewhat a little boring at times in the begging but the action really ramps up and the levels do get harder. I have not had time to play much recently, but the graphics are pretty good if you are playing todays type games. This game is worth the price especially if you like Batman and like running around beating the daylights out of bad people.
This game is relatively easy to get the just of. It's a Batman story, so if your a fan of name, you're going to like the game no matter what. It is a bit open ended which I think is good and bad depending on my mood. Took a star because as much as I like it, I can't say I LOVE it to the point I would give it a high replay value and that in my opinion makes a game price worth it. The case/guts state the the GOTY DLC is only available until 9/12, but got all of mine in 3/13, so I'd say it's worth the risk right now... maybe not so much in the future.
Not my usual; got it awhile ago played it was like ey could be, then picked it up again was like yeah I can do this; the game play is super hero open world type, with some puzzle, some searching for shiny stuff, some woop-ass, your batman and it kind of has that feel of being batman. Can I say ass-woop, here. I really liked the spider man and superman games, which is the genre here, yet it seems the control's needed play Batman is more consuming than the other titles I've played in the Super Here genre.
Took some getting used to; think I liked it. If one liked the other super hero games from the DC line up you would probable like this.
Just spending 20 hours playing this game and finishing a main story. I love this game very much. I have both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City on PS3 and PC. Crazy right?? Indeed, Steam gave me $15 for the two games. Great deal!! I keep it for my PC collection, but I still prefer playing on PS3 on my 50" HDTV. Yes, I know PC version has better graphic and easy to hook up TV with HDMI, but playing on keyboard and mouse is not fun as a controller. I don't want to spend extra $30 on a PC wireless joypad. I just keep this PC version for future if my PS3 broke and I buy PS4 or XB1. As we all know, these new consoles are not backward compatibility. That makes the PC version good to keep and it has no problem to play any old games.
Everything in this game is supurb. The reason I gave it 4 out of 5 because it does not come with any manual. It just comes with a small folded booklet about copyright and warning details. It does not have any controlling instruction, artwork, any stuffs to add more value in the physical package. I know this game does not need any manual and easy to find on the internet, but it looks cheap. Compared to other games like GTA, it has good booklet and manual. Anyway. that is only one thing I feel it is missing, but the game itself is far better than excellent.
I will start this off by saying I owned Arkham city when it first came out, played through the game, and there were so many great games out at the time that I sold Arkham city about two weeks after I purchased it. I've been eyeing up the goty edition mostly for the "revenge of harley quinn dlc. And the price.
The good stuff: The game if you've never played it before Batman Arkham is fantastic. The gameplay makes you feel like Batman, from the sweet gadgets, to his combat style, to his investigative skills, to my personal favorite part, swinging around Arkham City. In that respect this game can not be touched. The story, seems as if it was written by actual comic book writers, and it's great! Not sure if rocksteady wrote it, but that would be silly, since you have professionals to do it for you. Visually Arkham/Gotham is a disturbing mess.
The bad stuff: Combat is going to hurt your right hand, unless you are a game savant. I like the combat system, but it seems a bit heavy handed to flesh out the game. Batman, when diving down from 300ft, should be able to instantly knock out an enemy. Instead you knock the enemy down, and then have to do another attack to knock them out. To finish an enemy off, you have to knock them out. Knocking enemies out, can be tedious, and not as much fun when you aren't a combo genius. I've played this on PS3 and Xbox 360, and with both controllers I can not consistently pull off combos on normal. I am very good at video games, but this bothered me, not as a vanity thing, but seriously because I have to press so many buttons. It actually hurt my wrist, which led to me getting rid of the game within a week.
The ugly stuff: "Harley Quinn's Revenge" I hate to say this, but i almost dreaded starting the dlc. I'd read it was short and really missed an opportunity for greatness. After playing it that is exactly how i feel. I don't like that the DLC was $10. It took me maybe 2 hours to finish. I'm sure I could have checked every nook and cranny, but I wanted to know what was going on in the story. Still I feel that after the joy that was the main game this dlc was a tacked on "extra." Playing as Robin was phenomenal. And i'd really like to play as nightwing, but it seems that Rocksteady would rather give you "skins," which are different outfits for your in game character than real meaty content, which makes little sense, since the game they made is a treasure trove of content.
Overall, If you like really accessible games, that are a blast to play with a ton of easter eggs for batman fans you've found you're game. However, if you have gotten older and can't play like you used to you must be really good at fighting to save your hands. THe DLC rubbed me the wrong way, but i'll say this, the I'm very happy i picked up the goty, rather than dlc. Not a good value. However the GOTY edition is an amazing game, for an amazing price. Oh you also get Batman Year One download code. It was decent. Nothing near Batman begins...