Batman: Arkham Origins
Batman: Arkham Origins is a 3rd game in the Arkham series of Batman video games and also continues to provide an open world adventure with a specific appeal for followers of the Batman world. The game can also be the first to add multi-player gameplay for the series… read more
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Batman: Arkham Origins is a 3rd game in the Arkham series of Batman video games and also continues to provide an open world adventure with a specific appeal for followers of the Batman world. The game can also be the first to add multi-player gameplay for the series. Gameplay has not improved much from the previous video games along with players still capable of approach the game from a stealth as well as combat orientated perspective based on their choice. Batman’s gadgets also return such as the always popular grapnel weapon, the Batarang throwing weapon, smoke pellets for escapes and a lot of other staples of Batman’s collection. Batman: Arkham Origins had plenty of hypes prior to release based on the success of the previous game installments. For the most part this hype was well deserved, the game definitely isn’t a disappointment it might just not hold enough new content for hardcore followers of the series.