The inmates of Arkham have spread out into the alleys of Gotham and there's only one masked man pissed off enough to take them all down in Batman: Arkham City.
Batman: Arkham City is the stealthy continuation of it's predecessor Arkham Asylum. It's action packed and includes new gadgets, puzzle elements and more.
An old obscure villain from the past has come to the forefront to challenge Batman in Batman: Arkham City.
Holy crap, what a ton of news we have today! OF COURSE, first and foremost is the ultra sexy Wii/PS3 Move game "WE DARE", which I hope you all have already seen. If not, don't worry - we've got the clips for you. There were also some less important videos that game out this week, including gameplay footage from little games called Elder Scrolls V Skyrim, and Battlefield 3. Finally, we've got two big previews in the way of Gunstringer for Kinect XBLA, and Batman: Arkham City. Next week: GDC! Stay tuned.
Dragon Age has some pretty amazing sex scenes. If you don't believe us, stick around for the credits. Also, LA Noire looks to have 30+ hours of investigative goodness, the infamous We Dare isn't coming to the UK, and Max likes playing with Toy Soldiers. Oh, and one of our most anticipated games of the year gets a release date (spoiler: it's Arkham City).
Batman: Arkham City - Gameplay trailer
We talk about the massive world of Batman: Arkham City, the familiar scenes you'll discover from Batman's history, and the many villains and thugs you'll eventually kick the crap out of.
Everything is at stake and everything is at risk within the concrete walls of Batman: Arkham City.
Arkham City finally has public gameplay footage, Portal 2 got a crap-ton of new gameplay footage leaked, and there's new trailers for Prey 2 AND Brink. So basically, it's a crazy news day. Max and Tara also cover some of your favorite upcoming indie games including FEZ, Sword and Sorcery, and BUTTON.
Batman: Arkham City - Catwoman trailer
Catwoman joins the character lineup for Batman: Arkham City by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
GamePro editor Will Herring explains why Batman: Arkham City is one his most anticipated games of E3 2011.