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WB Games Montreal takes on the fan-favorite "Arkham" franchise from Rocksteady Games with two impressive titles: "Batman: Arkham Origins" and "Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate."
A Tweet from fan-favorite Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy clarifying his comments at Dallas Comic-Con may have inadvertently revealed a new "Batman: Arkham" game beyond "Arkham Origins."
Warner Bros. Games Montreal will take over Rocksteady Studios' incredibly popular "Arkham" video game series for "Batman: Arkham Origins," set for an October 25 release.
Paul Dini, the fan-favorite comic writer behind "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and "Batman: Arkham City," confirms he will not return for a third installment, explaining why he chose to pursue other projects.
Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and "Arkham City," is believed to be developing a new installment of the video game series that will feature Superman, Wonder Woman and others.
In an exciting unconfirmed rumor, the team behind "Batman: Arkham City" could possibly be working with the shell-shocked quartet for its next project.
The NYCC panel told fans to expect in the highly anticipated sequel from the developers, how Frank Miller made Claudio Sanchez burst in to tears and what Kevin Conroy really thinks about Christian Bale.
The iconic voice of Batman, Kevin Conroy arrived at New York Comic Con to discuss his work on the soon-to-be-released "Batman: Arkham City" and the specific technique involved in voicing a game character.
DC Entertainment has released a New York Comic Con trailer for "Batman: Arkham City" highlighting not only the Joker, Poison Ivy and the rest of the game's rogues, but the playable Robin and Catwoman as well.
CBR News takes a look at an "Arkham City" encounter with the Joker's newest homicidal goon, the devastating Mr. Hammer, and the new weapon necessary to take the big bad guy down.
Which of the Dark Knight's myriad rogues will he confront in the latest Batman video game adventure? CBR breaks down the roster for you with a helpful guide to all the villains.
At the DC Comics booth at Comic-Conl, fans can test out Rocksteady Games' "Batman: Arkham City." CBR News tried their hand, and here are the results.
Warner Bros and DC Entertainment have released a trailer featuring the first look at gameplay footage from "Batman: Arkham City." The Rocksteady Studios game is slated for release on October 18, 2011.
Rocksteady Studios and DC Entertainment have released new screenshots from the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City" video game scheduled to hit consoles and PCs in Fall 2011.
Rocksteady Studios, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Interactive have released the first official teaser trailer for the heavily anticipated "Batman: Arkham City" video game, due in stores Fall, 2011.
While "Batman: Arkham Asylum" did not take home any awards at the Spike Video Game Awards ceremony, the game's developer, Rocksteady Studios, was named Studio of the Year and a teaser trailer for the sequel was unveiled.