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Batman: Arkham City (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
238 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: PlayStation3 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B0030T12AU
  • Item Weight: 118 g
  • Release Date: 21 Oct. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (238 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 456 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard Edition

Manufacturer's Description

Developed by Rocksteady Studios, Batman: Arkham City builds upon the intense, atmospheric foundation of Batman: Arkham Asylum, sending players soaring into Arkham City, the new maximum security "home" for all of Gotham City's thugs, gangsters and insane criminal masterminds.

Set inside the heavily fortified walls of a sprawling district in the heart of Gotham City, this highly anticipated sequel introduces a brand-new story that draws together a new all-star cast of classic characters and murderous villains from the Batman universe, as well as a vast range of new and enhanced gameplay features to deliver the ultimate experience as the Dark Knight.

Batman: Arkham City is the follow-up to the award-winning hit video game Batman: Arkham Asylum and delivers an authentic and gritty Batman experience.

  • Become the Dark Knight: Batman: Arkham City delivers a genuinely authentic Batman experience with advanced, compelling gameplay on every level: high-impact street brawls, nail-biting stealth, multifaceted forensic investigation, epic super-villain encounters and unexpected glimpses into Batman's tortured psychology.
  • Advanced FreeFlow combat: Batman faces highly coordinated, simultaneous attacks from every direction as Arkham's gangs bring heavy weapons and all-new AI to the fight, but Batman steps it up with twice the number of combat animations and double the range of attacks, counters and takedowns.
  • New gadgets: Batman has access to new gadgets such as the Cryptographic Sequencer V2 and Smoke Pellets, as well as new functionality for existing gadgets that expand the range of Batman's abilities without adding extra weight to his Utility Belt.
  • New story: Five-time Emmy-Award-winner Paul Dini returns to pen a brand-new story for Batman: Arkham City, taking gamers deep inside the diseased heart of Gotham.

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By R. Keech on 23 Oct. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation3Edition: Standard Edition
After some time with this game now I have found myself wholly impressed. I was a huge fan of the first of Rocksteady's Batman games (Arkham Asylum) having played it from beginning to end on numerous occasions.
Batman Arkham City takes everything that was so great about Asylum and expands upon it immeasurably, then adds a load of new stuff for you enjoyment! Firstly, after a stunning opening sequence the game drops you straight into the action in the heart of a city overrun with criminal masterminds, mindless thugs and a good smattering of doctors, security and police personel who are trying to help bring pockets of order to what is essentially a city in a state of riot.
The beauty of being dropped straight into the action is that you immediately get the impact of the scale of this game - the environment is huge and explorable in a variety of ways. Straight off the bat (sorry) you can run, jump, glide, grappel, slide throughout the city. More and more of Batman's gadgets become available throughout the game allowing for access to the tiniest corners or furthest reaches of Arkham but you are free to explore a vast amount of the city and a good deal of gadgets from minute 1.

For me, the most notable improvements have to be the fact that the larger environment has allowed for side quests to be included. In the first you pretty much went from A to B occasionally stopping to collect riddler trophies. Yes it was fun, but also gave you a fairly linear story within Arkham Asylum. In Arkham city, you have the run of the city, you ARE Batman and whilst there is a strong narrative throughout - you can feel free to help this person, destroy that danger or discover those secrets without ever feeling like you're deviating from what the game wants you to do.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A2Y on 17 Sept. 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation3Edition: Standard Edition
A few years have passed since the events of Arkham Asylum. Arkham City has emerged to house the criminally insane. The dark knight is suited and booted, learning of an operation codenamed Protocol 10 being led by Hugo Strange. Joker is never far from trouble either, walled up with the other loonies of Arkham City. Batman seriously has his work out out for him in order to unveil Hugo Strange’s ultimate plan.

Arkham City doesn’t do a great job at handling all of the characters, where as Arkham Asylum kept a tight focus on the Joker. There’s a lack of continuity and flow to the story at times, in the end it makes sense, but its structure could do with some balancing.

G R A P H I C S & S O U N D
Arkham City is the playground that Batman maniacs have been crying out for - being able to glide across shadowy rooftops, swoop down onto its rotting streets and wander into some of its abandoned establishments. The map does have plenty of variety when it comes to locations, the courthouse is decayed and criminally infested, the steelworks are grand in design and claustrophobic upon entry, then we have the large cathedral, emphasising gothic architecture and excellent vantage points. The lighting is spectacular throughout Arkham City; the moon bursts through the clouds to light up the environments.

Batman’s character model looks even more polished than the previous game. displaying the detailed damage that signifies his descent into hell. There are many other characters that showcase exemplary design. The soundtrack excels yet again, matching the mood of Batman‘s journey and his desperate struggle for survival. The voice acting is superb; Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy outdo themselves as the Joker and Batman, respectively.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Crackers on 9 Dec. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation3Edition: Standard Edition
Buy this game, you will not regret it! Excellent story, the action is so griping you never get bored. The combat looks amazing and you look like your a jarjet zo or a karata pro but its so simple to control. Its got all the characters in and is a massive area to explore, 5 times bigger the asylem. The question is were will rocksteady go next with the series?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. C. Jennings on 24 Nov. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation3Edition: Standard Edition
When other reviews said that this far surpassed Arkham Asylum, I was skeptical. The first game was huge, full of life and detail and, ultimately, incredibly fun to play. Within the first few minutes of playing, I understood what they meant. The first game was like playing a game as Batman. Arkham City is like being Batman.

The city works as a location: it's huge but fun and relatively easy to find your way around and the detail is incredible. One of the most striking aspects of the game for me was the dialogue included for thugs that tied in realistically to events that you were taking part in: a tiny detail that's easy to miss if you like to take out enemies right away, but it adds so much depth to the world. The combat works just as well as the first game (although I found the blade dodge basically impossible, but that may just be my failing) and is often more challenging: trying to take down a room full of guards was a little more difficult but mostly just a bit of fun in the first game, but now is a real challenge that involves actual planning. The introduction of new gadgets makes combat (and puzzle-solving and exploring) more diverse. My only criticism is that as there are so many, the learning curve has to be very generous and so you spend more time than usual being led around at the beginning. Still, this was probably necessary in the grand scheme of the game, and once you're into the story proper, you're mostly given free reign to work things out for yourself.

The main missions are engaging and all different enough so as not to become repetitive, but the side missions are well worth doing too (especially before you finish the story, as some of these unfortunately become unavailable once you've completed the main story).
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