Tag Archive: Arkham Asylum

Batman: The Telltale Series

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Until the late 1980s the in-universe origin of Batman was somewhat unique. It only had a very basic outline of how Batman became Batman depicted usually across only a few panels. Obviously the… Continue reading

The reasons I love Batman so much (VIDEO)

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Transcript: If you’ve seen my videos, tweets or my multiple articles on my blog, you’ll notice I love Batman, like, a lot. A lot, a lot, a lot. Sure, tonnes of people love… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

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I was not optimistic about Mirror’s Edge Catalyst going in. I heard it was an unnecessary reboot. I heard its combat was flawed and its open world was boring. I heard the characters… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

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Welcome to THE DREADED BACKLOG! It’s incredibly easy to buy video games, but it takes a lot more time to play through them. All of us have a backlog of good gaming intentions… Continue reading

The Best Batman Comics (that aren’t the famous ones)

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  Throw a stick at the Internet at the moment and you’ll find a list of ‘the best Batman comics’. I guarantee these lists will include the likes of: The Dark Knight Returns,… Continue reading

An Embittered Love Letter To the Arkham Asylum Games

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Dear Rocksteady, I adore you. You have translated the tone and mood of contemporary Batman comics like no other, better than any film, radio play or novelisation has ever achieved. You invented stories… Continue reading