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Wednesday, 13 August 2008 12:11

Batman: Arkham Asylum in the works

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Game Informer has the goods

 

Game Informer has gotten its hands on an exclusive first look at Batman: Arkham Asylum. The game is developed by Rocksteady Studios and should be set in one of the darkest places of Gotham City – Arkham Asylum.

Apparently, a prison transfer goes wrong, so Batman will have to fight an army of his enemies in order to save the city. The problem is that 99% of Batman’s foes are usually locked up in this place, so saving Gotham city might not prove to be so simple.

Game Informer online subscribers will have access to screenshots, interviews and such ,but you can also pick up a copy of the magazine for such content.

More here.

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