EA will use the Batman: Arkham series as inspiration in crafting their Star Wars games. CEO Andrew Wilson said in a new interview that Rocksteady's series was a great example of how to approach licensed games.
The latest Humble Bundle isn't a collection of indie games. Instead, all six of the titles in the package are from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Longtime Batman scribe Paul Dini wrote Batman: Arkham Asylum and its sequel Arkham City. However, according to a blog post by the writer, he says he won't be returning for the third installment of the series.
Rocksteady Studios' follow-up to Batman: Arkham City might not be a direct sequel. A new report suggests that they're going to create a prequel set long before the events of Arkham City and its predecessor Arkham Asylum.
Rocksteady Studios, developer of Batman: Arkham Asylum and its sequel Batman: Arkham City, is currently hiring for the next-generation of consoles.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has inked a long-term agreement with Epic Games for Unreal Engine 3. Every development team developing a WB-published game will have access to UE3 development software.
A wise woman once said, "If you liked it then you should have put a ring on it." Well, Warner Bros. was so pleased with Batman: Arkham Asylum's commercial and critical success that they've purchased a majority stake in its developer, Rocksteady Studios.
One of the surprise hits of 2009 will be getting a follow-up installment. During the opening minutes of the 2009 Spike VGAs, a brief teaser trailer was shown for Batman: Arkham Asylum's sequel.
Steam announced that they will have a different set of discounts every day for the Thanksgiving weekend. Today's deals include some of this year's biggest hits like Batman: Arkham Asylum, Champions Online, and Dragon Age: Origins.
If any of you gamers in North America haven't picked up the stellar Batman: Arkham Asylum yet, you can save a little scratch by ordering it online through GameStop today.
This week Eidos is releasing another free piece of downloadable content for Batman: Arkham Asylum. The "Prey in the Darkness" map pack is now available through Xbox Live and will be released through PSN tomorrow.
Today Warner Bros Interactive and Eidos confirmed the reports that free downloadable content was on the way for Batman: Arkham Asylum. The "Insane Night Map Pack" will be released on Thursday, September 17th for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
Today the NPD Group released the August 2009 hardware and software sales data for North America. Industry's still not rolling in the green stuff but there were a couple surprises in the software charts this month.
A member of the PlayStation Store's team revealed a few details about the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum downloadable content. For starters, there's two DLC packs on way, not just one.
Batman: Arkham Asylum hasn't racked up Dark Knight money but it's doing pretty well. It seems it's sold nearly two million copies since its release in the last week of August.