Batman: Arkham City Crack/Patch

Batman: Arkham City DC Comics' Dark Knight clashes with the Joker again in this sequel from Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Games.

Download Batman: Arkham City Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 93 / 100
User rating
8.8
Downloads 16606
Genre Action Adventure, Fantasy, Open-World
Company / Developer
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment / Rocksteady Studios

Batman: Arkham City reviews ( 6 )

Mystril, Nov 25, 2011

I can't believe people voting this a 0, but I guess there are haters everywhere. Yes the game was a month late, yes DX11 features will slow down your game, when it should, in fact, speed it up, yes there is SecuRom, and yes its on GWFL. However, none of that really matters, a month later? Who fricking cares, yes I had some of it spoiled, but I should have kept away from the batman forums to be sure. Still the story keeps me intrigued, the combat is insanely good, and the atmosphere is amazing. Can't do much about GFWL and SecuRom, they don't make the game worse, they are just bad choiced to safeguard against people playing without paying. The DX11 thing is something that they already are aware of, and they will fix it. So, if your that angered by it, wait before you buy it, or if you already bought it, don't play until the patch is out. Until that patch there are lots of goodies to play meanwhile, like Skyrim and Battlefield 3.As stated earlier this games combat is awesome, and works even better on mouse and keyboard than its predecessor. I have had no troubles whatsoever, and the troubles I did have came from me not being used to the combat system, not because it was bad.The graphics are gorgeous beyond belief, even in DX9 it looks good, I can also run at almost max with max PhysX on my GTX460, only thing I have turned down is AA at 16x .The sound is awesome, including the voice acting, The Joker is especially, like last game, really good. But most all of the voice acting done here is awesome.I can't find any fault with this game other than the DX11 problem, and that will be fixed, so a solid 10/10 and this game leaves me wondering what will be GOTY. To me it is between this, battlefield 3 (the MP is sooooo solid), The Witcher 2 and Skyrim. All are 9 or 10 out of 10 in my book.

drSpockwa, Jul 28, 2012

This is one of the best games I've played. * I got it a couple months after release, and while I read there were stability issues on release, they all appeared to be cleaned up because I had no issues at all. * The story was excellent! Very entertaining to play through. The writers kept me hungry for more, and I played for hours at a time. Although, it was easy to save and stop when I needed to. * The graphics were beautiful. Both cut scenes and game play were amazing. * A great mix of combat and puzzle solving. Puzzling is mostly ancillary/optional but is worth the time. * The combat was great. You basically are fist fighting thugs with the addition of gadgets to perform special moves. Every thing flowed amazingly well and was very satisfying, especially the slow motion finishing moves. * A lot of Batman universe characters were included. The focus was on just a couple, but there were tons of them. * The open world (rather city) adventuring was great. None of this "on rails" linear maps when you move between locations. You run through the streets, or more likely, soar between roof tops. * There is a good challenge system outside of the main game, that gets unlocked as you find secrets and reach goals in the main game. In this system, you are dropped into a combat scene from the game, bounded so you can't leave the area, and 3 waves of bad guys come at you. You need to survive and meet challenge goals, in the best time you can. * The developers did an excellent job with this game. Although it looks like this was the last planned game in the series, I hope they do another one. I played Arkham Asylum as well. And it was great for many of the same reasons, although this one really added a wider and more open world.

evanrm, Apr 6, 2012

I'm giving this game a 10. It's not much different from the previous game, Arkham Asylum, but it is still a great game. Given that it is very similar to Arkham Asylum, I'm not sure it was worth the full $80, but I'm not regretting it anyway. Great graphics, smooth gameplay, well-designed. The DX11 sucks, and even with a core i7 cpu & and GTX470 it still stutters occasionally. Some people are complaining that it's not finished, but I've not had an issue with it yet (they did recently patch it), but even last year it was fine.CONS: Games For Windows Live (GFWL), the most useless crud invented for PC; DX11 support blows (might have been fixed via the patch); graphics stutter occasionally.PROS: Great graphics, smooth gameplay, decent story, lots to do.

arcsco, Dec 2, 2017

Batman Arkham Asylum was awesome. This is even better than Arkham Asylum. Rocksteady improved everything. It was epic story. Playing this game really feels like you are actually Batman.

crackuh, Mar 16, 2012

If you want to complain about SecuRom and a delayed release date, do it on the Rocksteady forums. We're supposed to be reviewing THE GAME. Bottom line is, if you liked AA then you'll love AC. The addition of Catwoman, improved free-flow combat, a bigger world to explore, and the ability to grapple while gliding make Batman: AC an improvement over its predecessor in every way. Easily a top 5 game of 2011.

titans300, Jul 30, 2012

This was the first Batman game in the Arkham series that I have played and I loved it. I love the slow motion ending to the fights and all the cool gadgets. The main story is good and to my surprise, the side quests keep me wanting more. I should go back and play Asylum, but there is too little time and too many games. I don't have a rig to run this game full blast, but almost and it looks good. I would of given it a higher score, but I felt slightly confined and a "10" is perfect and we all know that there is no perfect game out there.