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Batman Arkham Knight - PlayStation 4 Standard Edition

Platform : PlayStation 4
Rated: Teen
4.4 out of 5 stars 116 customer reviews

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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard
  • ASIN: B00JM4F500
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1 x 21 cm
  • Release Date: June 23 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 116 customer reviews
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In the explosive finale to the Arkham series, Batman faces the ultimate threat against the city he is sworn to protect. The Scarecrow returns to unite an impressive roster of super villains, including Penguin, Two-Face and Harley Quinn, to destroy The Dark Knight forever. Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady's uniquely designed version of the Batmobile, which is drivable for the first time in the franchise. The addition of this legendary vehicle, combined with the acclaimed gameplay of the Batman Arkham series, offers gamers the ultimate and complete Batman experience as they tear through the streets and soar across the skyline of the entirety of Gotham City. Be The Batman.


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Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
Don't get me wrong, Batman Arkham Knight is a good game. The problem is that I had big expectations about this last Batman game of Rocksteady and I was disappointed.

First of all, this is one of the first "Next Gen" graphics that I'm truly impressed. Gotham City is detailed and had a truly charmed to explore. The combat system and the predator mode are near perfect ans satisfying. I also love to fly and explore around the city.

But my big concern, and it is for a lot of people, is the Batmobile. In paper, it's something that fans really want in the game, but not as a tank. The control for combat are okay, but when you have to race, it's just horrible and not fun to play. It really destroys the experience you suppose to have with a Batman game. Too bad, because the gameplay with Batman is great. And for the story, I don't want to spoil it, but it's predictable. If you are a big fan of the comic books or the animated series/films, it's easy to know how the story will end. At least, the writting is good and there's little suprises for Batman fans.

I recommend Batman Arkham Knight but not at the big price. I was lucky it was a gift to me, because at 70$, it's not a deal. For this price, I need the game really does something special, like Bloodborne or Witcher III. Wait until the game will be at 30$. Oh and don't buy for the season pass. It's a joke...
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Rocksteady have made some of the best games of the last generation. Arkham Asylum and City were both two of the most creative titles available, and really showed how it's possible to create amazing experience off licensed properties. Unfortunately, their final chapter in the Arkham series is a bit of a mixed bag. It contains the enjoyable brawler combat that was present in their past two titles, along with tons of gadgets and stealth sections. The problem with Arkham Knight, though, is its unnecessary focus on The Batmobile. This is one of the most iconic vehicles in comics, and while its design is absolutely killer, there's way too much of a focus on it through the story. This is a hulking, killer tank, so why would you implement stealth sections for it? The way it handles feels fine, but the Arkham Knight feels as if it was built specifically for The Batmobile, and it just doesn't hold up after the hundredth tank fight.

It's incredibly repetitive, which is sad because the rest of the game feels enjoyable, with all your favorite Batman villains showing up. It's not terrible, but it just isn't a balanced experience where the biggest focus ends up dragging the experience down.
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Big fan of the Arkham series and this is my second fav one after Arkham City. Once you get in the groove of this game then you just cannot put it down! Really enjoyed doing all the side missions and of course the voice acting is top notch.
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Batman was never a 'big lights, big city' kind of hero. He was a rooftop battling, shadow dwelling vigilante with the money to have all the cool toys. Sometimes the cops were his allies, sometime they were his friends. But this cave hopping, alley stalking billionaire with a Halloween fetish was always endearing in his stern solidarity. Surrounded by allies both powerful and playful, Bruce Wayne built Batman on a repertoire of anonymity and secrecy.
In Arkham Knight, Kevin Conroy plays his part as the cryptic crusader and (spoiler) Mark Hamill's Joker rears his head again. Jason Todd is playing crazy as only Jason Todd can, in his 3rd (or 4th) secret identity.
After the disappointment of the Joker revealed as Black Mask (rather than Dini and co. trying to craft a familiarly fresh foe), the group returns with another ho-hum set of predictable revelations, uninspired combat and insipid driving sequences. Gotham is bigger than ever and emptier than Watch Dogs' barren dystopic Chicago. Common thugs are placeholders for a sludge of innane vehicle segments and stealth (once the primary force behind the series) takes a back seat to a monotony of pointless cameos.
Villains in Arkham Knight seem to play out like Joker Lite, or maybe Joker not Mark Hamill. Despite the fan service paid, I feel like Rocksteady lost the concept of who Batman truly is, in spite constant reminders of his code and his moral ground.
Arkham Knight is a comic book movie game: big and loud and stupid. Characters never actually die, because a fan's reaction is more important than creativity.
And at the expense of creativity, Arkham Knight throws every thing at the fan. It's too bad nothing sticks.
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The most fun I had with any of the batman arkham games. The story is solid though predictable (for anyone familiar with the batman lure), with many of the usual characters you've come to know and love (or hate) in the series. The map consists of three islands that each alone are probably the size of arkham city. The world is beatifully crafted and detailed and you'll enjoy exploring every corner of it in search of riddler trophies if your like me. The main gripes most people had with the game was with the batmobiles tank sequences and it's constant use within the story. In my opinion the tank sequences were a load of fun and puzzle solving using the batmobile required a degree of competence to properly use. I enjoyed thus because of the new gameplay element I had to learn in a game where I thought I mastered everything within the previous titles. The visuals are quite good, the world is graphically impressive and gameplay is smooth. I encountered only a few ganeplay hiccups here and there but overall it ran well. Definetely worth picking up at the $30 you'll have a blast, I sank almost 100 hours into this game and got all the trophies, I still go back every now or then to fly around enjoying the scenery.
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