With just about two months to go until the epic conclusion of the Dark Knight's adventures in Batman: Arkham Knight, you can start adjusting your rigs and start planning upgrades with the newly-revealed PC system specifications for
Rumor: Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City Remastered Editions Coming to PS4, Xbox One in Late 2015
This morning has brought both good news and bad news for fans of Batman, as developer Rocksteady Studios announced the delay of Batman: Arkham Knight to June 23rd pushing the game forward another three weeks, but also
Batman: Arkham Knight’s Latest Gameplay Trailer Shows Brutal Interrogation, The Batmobile in Action, and More
Though this morning brought the unfortunate news that Batman: Arkham Knight has seen a three-week delay from its originally planned release to June 23rd, 2015, this morning has also brought good news in the form of a
As one of the most-anticipated releases of the year, fans of Batman are getting the dark, gritty closure they deserve with this summer's Batman: Arkham Knight, though fans will unfortunately have to wait just a few weeks
As one of 2015's most highly-anticipated new releases, Batman: Arkham Knight is not only bringing some of Batman's most heinous villains back to the forefront, but also bringing a special prequel campaign for those that pre-order and
In the last few weeks, many fans of the well-received Batman: Arkham series were thrown for a loop by the ESRB's certification of a "Mature" ("M") rating for Rocksteady's final chapter of the Batman series, following the
Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Studios have released the second part of its series of ‘Ace Chemicals Infiltration’ gameplay videos from Batman: Arkham Knight.
With the end of the year rapidly approaching and "Game of the Year" lists already being drafted, the end of the year is a time to celebrate all that gaming has accomplished within the last 12 months,
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Japan announced today with a press release that Batman: Arkham Knight will be exclusive for PS4 in Japan.
Batman: Arkham Knight Limited Edition Announced for Current-Gen and PC, Batmobile Edition Exclusive to PS4 and Xbox One
Following the news that Batman: Arkham Knight will be releasing on June 2nd 2015, Warner Bros. has announced two new limited edition sets for the title: Batman: Arkham Knight Limited Edition and Batman: Arkham Knight Batmobile Edition.
The person who decided to put a cannon on the Batmobile is a friggin' genius. See the Dark Knight beat up dudes with his fists and his car in these brand new screenshots for Batman: Arkham Knight.
Rocksteady announced a pre-order bonus DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight featuring Harley Quinn back in March, but something has changed. The new ads for the DLC appeared on GameStop are different. Not only they feature a different
It seems that Batman Arkham Knight might be releasing on Feburary 24th, 2015, at least according to the Microsoft Store.
Although I went to Warner Bros.’ booth to see a few games, the one I was most excited for was this one right here. Rocksteady Studios came out of nowhere and created the greatest superhero video
Batman: Arkham Knight gets a new in-game trailer at Sony's press conference that showcases not only the World's Greatest Detective traveling around Gotham on foot but also in his swanky new Batmobile.
While rumors of the disappointing news has been spreading around the Internet for a while now, the developers at Rocksteady have officially confirmed the 2015 delay of Batman: Arkham Knight, the fourth entry into the Batman Arkham
One of the main things that fans have wanted from the Batman: Arkham series was the ability to drive the Batmobile. Rocksteady Studios always wanted to have the Caped Crusader's vehicle in the games too but couldn't
At the Game Developer's Coference Warner Bros. distributed six new screenshots and a render of Batman: Arkham Knight, that will be released later this year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Ever since Rocksteady Studios released the highly acclaimed Batman games, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, people have said that they should do a game based on Superman. On the surface this sounds like a killer idea. Rocksteady
Today may as well be called Batman: Arkham Knight day with all of the news posts about the game popping up everywhere. The excitement is understandable seeing as how Rocksteady Studios has returned to the franchise they