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GC: Firefly Enters The Fray

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By MrJenssen20-08-2013

Though Rocksteady have set aside the caped crusader for now, that doesn't mean we won't be getting any more Arkham games. This newly published trailer for the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins is clear evidence of that. Though it seems odd to have the Joker return without his signature voice, there's no real reason to complain that we're getting another round of the Batman treatment. But, enough talk. Let's start punching bad guys instead. Watch the trailer above for some satisfying flashy footage.


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Jedireaper, the Arkham games haven't just redefined Batman in gaming. They've pretty much redefined how most beat-em-ups function in today's industry.

Also, this will definitely not be the last Arkham game. Warner Brothers is sure to milk it come hell and high water. But I doubt Rocksteady will be involved anymore. Unless this game flops like all hell, and Warner beg Rocksteady to return or something.

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The Assassin's Creed games weren't really hurt by having a multiplayer component. Nor was Tomb Raider.

But yeah, those multiplayer modes are usually redundant, pointless, and a waste of the developer/publisher's time and money.

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I don't know about this.The fact that they decided to add multiplayer really worries me.
Then again there's that kick ass collector's with a statue of batman and joker which i must have.

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Can`t wait

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It's on my to-get list either way, I believe that they'll do a fine enough job. I do hope though that the sequel to Arkham City is being handled by Rocksteady... otherwise... if not, I wonder what their next game is going to be. I doubt that this will be the last Batman game. Where as Nolan's Dark Knight has redefined Batman for a generation in film, it is the Arkham series that has redfined Batman games, and perhaps brought the rich story of Batman to all who decided an odd cartoon series or two, or a host of comics ranging back all the way to the eary issues of detective comics, was not worth their time.

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It does show a lot of potential

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Let's hope this prequel turns out to be faithful to the original series then.

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And he's been doing it for a billion years. The man needs a break sometimes!

Also Star Wars seven

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While the Joker's voice is not Mark Hamil's, I'd say that it is rather faithful to his style of voicing the character, and does make the character sound younger as is the intention. Though why Hamil chose not to reprise the role I can understand, he wanted to leave the character on as high a note as possible, and Arkham City was a damn fine game, and story from start to finish.