Batman: Arkham City (Game of the Year Edition) for Mac OS X


As a sequel to an astonishingly good game, Arkham City manages to do the impossible, delivering a game that improves on every aspect of the original whilst keeping a firm grip on what made it so good in the first place.

Batman: Arkham City (Game of the Year Edition) Review for Mac OS X

Batman: Arkham City (Game of the Year Edition) Review for Mac OS X
Originally released in 2011, the story picks up a year after the events of Arkham Asylum. An entire district of Gotham City has now been repurposed as a prison, and it isn't long before our hero finds himself trapped there, embroiled in an overarching conspiracy cooked up by one Hugo Strange, not to mention the return of arch-enemy the Joker.

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The game comes with all DLC released for the original game included, but to be honest it’s all rather lacklustre. The “Harley-Quinn’s Revenge” DLC is set after the events of the main storyline, but is mostly forgettable stuff, whereas the Robin and Nightwing DLC give you different characters to play through the challenge maps with (additional challenge maps are also included that were not featured in the base game).


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