Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 2: Children of Arkham Crack/Patch

Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 2: Children of Arkham With Gotham City's first family mired in corruption, and an old friend now a dangerous adversary, the life of the Dark Knight is turned upside down. What was Thomas Wayne entangled in, and why was he killed? Determined to learn the truth about his father, Bruce sets out to question those involved in Gotham's criminal past. But which mask will he wear - The billionaire, or the bat? Huge decisions will forever change the Batman and the lives of those around him, as he meets the Children of Arkham.

Download Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 2: Children of Arkham Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
7.1
Downloads 1473
Genre Adventure, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
Telltale Games / Telltale Games

Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 2: Children of Arkham reviews ( 2 )

Buhaj47, Sep 23, 2016

I have played Batman The Telltale Series as my first game from Telltale. While I have noticed frame rate drops, the story itself is so engrossing that I finished the episode in one go. It is more of a cinematic experience, there are some reflex-based moments, but these are quite easy and what the player does is choosing dialogue lines. For everyone interested in comics, and Batman especially, the game will be a refreshing experience. Bruce Wayne is the main protagonist here indeed, with Batman being more of an addition. Add an EXCELLENT plot to that and you will easily get 9/10 for Batman fans.

DBPirate1129, Oct 28, 2016

The second episode in the Batman Telltale saga expands the story and makes it the main focus. One of my main complaints in the first episode was that the crime scene section of the game was a bit of a drag. The second episode is thankfully lacking these particular segments, except for a brief intro that removes the "linking" mechanic. Children of Arkham includes more important decisions. Some may not directly impact the story, but they do manage to make you feel like you did something. I think that we could've had one more episode where a certain death and a certain injury didn't occur as those parts of the story felt a bit rushed. Other than that, the story is extremely engaging and really keeps you waiting to see what happens next, especially with its unique take on the Batman origin story, even if this installment is quite a bit shorter than its predecessor.