Looks sweet... but Fall 2011 is stacked with sooooooooo many GOYT contenders. Some games are going to get pushed back into 2012 (hopefully not Batman: AC) just to get out of the way of the juggernauts. Poor Batman, Nathan Drake is about to kick your butt again just like 2009... only this time Commander Shepard will too
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They really are both Batman and Robin fighting crime: Batman artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger.Wealthy a fictional entrepreneur Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson lead character created by a double life.
What are you guys hoping for in this game that you felt was lacking in the first? I love the Arkham Asylum, it is one of the first game I bothered to Platinum on the PS3, but I was really disappointed that their was no unlockable costumes (other than the trail mode armored version). One of my favorite parts of that Wolverine GoW clone that came out was collecting the different Wolverine costumes. It is a small thing but it would add immensely to my enjoyment of Arkham City.
Here is some unreleased concept art from the first game.
agreed with the costumes thing, but i'd want it to extend to the villains too (like harley), so that they could be comic-accurate.
alternate characters (nightwing/robin).
co-op as an option could work, but its a long shot.
more replay value (like, starting the game again once you've completed it, but keeping all your gear and abilities).
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I would like to see a co-op feature implemented. It doesn't have to be apart of the main campaign though, in fact it might be better if they created just a separate set of mission-like levels designed around Co-Operative play, similar to the Black Ops missions in Modern Warfare 2 and the Co-Op in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory.
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