Batman: Arkham Asylum for PC
PC - Windows, Mac

Batman: Arkham Asylum

Sep 15, 2009

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

After the Joker assaults Gotham City Hall, he is caught by Batman and escorted to Arkham Asylum, which temporarily holds many members of the Joker's gang, displaced by a fire at Blackgate Prison. Believing the Joker allowed himself to be captured, Batman accompanies him into the asylum. The Joker's plan is revealed as Harley Quinn takes control of the building's security and the Joker escapes his captors, aided by a corrupt guard who kidnaps commissioner Gordon. The Joker threatens to detonate bombs hidden around Gotham City if anyone tries to enter Arkham, forcing Batman to work alone. While pursuing Quinn to rescue Gordon, Batman is exposed to the Scarecrow's fear toxin and hallucinates, seeing the corpses of his parents talking, and Gordon's death.

Batman fights off Scarecrow and the toxin's influence, and eventually navigates his way to a secret Batcave installation he had hidden on the island, where Batman restocks his gadgets.

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: Vista/XP
  • Processor: 3Ghz Intel or AMD or any Dual Core
  • Memory: 1GB Ram(XP)/2GB Ram
  • Graphics: PCI Express SM3 NVidia 6600/ ATI 1300
  • DirectX®: 9
  • Hard Drive: 8GB free space
  • Sound: Any onboard sound card

Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
8.64
Tom OrrySep 23, 2013
It takes the licence and uses it in ways that make sense both for the character and for a game, giving players the chance to become one of the most popular super heroes of all time. There are a few niggling issues, but nothing that gets in the way of what is undoubtedly one of the best games of 2009. Whether you fancy skulking in the shadows, smashing slow motion fists in into a goon's skull, or simply using some cool gadgets, you can do no wrong with what is Eidos' best game in years.
David HoughtonJun 25, 2012
It’s a big, ambitious game made of many diverse elements, and that Rocksteady has realised its vision in such a cohesive, compulsive, immersive and shockingly fun way is a testament to the immense progress it's made since 2006’s good but flawed Urban Chaos: Riot Response.
Rob TalbertSep 04, 2009
Batman Arkham Asylum is hands down the best Batman game ever made. Period. Its the first time I’ve ever played a batman game from start to finish and truly felt like I was absolutely in control of the dark knight. There is no doubt in my mind that this game becomes a classic and standard for future Batman games. All parties involved making this game really came together to create one of the most rewarding, challenging and fun Batman games to date.

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