Yesterday we were treated with the reveal of the Riddler in the upcoming Batman: Arkham City game this October. Now we have my second favorite character and as this trailer shows he is intent on giving the Dark Knight a rather…chilling…welcome.
Thanks to HDgamespoilersCOM for uploading this video on YouTube!
I became a huge Mr. Freeze fan thanks to the Batman Animated Series on Fox back in the 90’s and as most of you already know, his design was designed by none other than Mike Mignola, the creator of Hellboy.
I’ve mentioned in a past post how excited I am for the upcoming Batman: Arkham City, the sequel to the excellent Arkham Asylum game back in 2009. Well now we have my favorite Batman Villain making more than just an audio appearance in this sequel title…and by the looks of things a much, much deadlier one as well.
DC Comics will see there Dark Knight of Gotham hit store shelves this October for the Xbox 360 and PS3 gaming systems as well as for the PC.
A big thanks to MediaKick for uploading the trailer on YouTube and to Game Informer for the awesome pic of the Riddler up top.
We get our first look at the Penguin and…a special guest star at the end of this newly released trailer for Batman: Arkham City. You of course also get to see Batman really going to town on some thugs, which always makes my Saturday a bit brighter. Considering how near perfect Rock Steady Studios did with Batman: Arkham Asylum I think it’s safe to state that October 18th cannot get here quick enough.
Thanks to NetwebPT and Gamespot for loading this up over on YouTube and to Kotaku for the artwork posted up top!
Keeping on with the Batman theme, considering he is one of my favorite comic book characters, I was very pleased with the Batman: Arkham Asylum game that debuted in 2009 from WB Games and Rocksteady Studios. This new trailer for its sequel, Arkham City, has me foaming at the mouth, chomping at the bit as it were to get a chance to play this title. October seems so far away! I’m sure that the world’s most respected Batmantologist, Chris Sims, might disagree with me but the use of “This Ain’t No Place For A Hero” by the Heavy, in my opinion really works for this trailer.
The part where he hurtles between the two building before using his batgrapple to snag a rooftop…it gives me goosebumps.