The next project for Batman Arkham City developer Rocksteady is said to be based on the Silver Age of DC’s coming books from the 1950′s. During this time Batman first met the Joker, and teamed up with a number of superheroes, including Superman, and founded the Justice League of America. The source says that the game will launch in 2014.
Glad this one is not launching for a while. I am still waiting for the Wii U so that I can pick up a copy of Arkham City.
so Batman founded Justice League…. ?
That is not what he is saying here…he is saying that Batman teamed up with others to create the Justice League…
Didn’t Batman first meet the Joker back in the 1940’s, which was the introduction to his comics?
that was detective comics. but joker didn’t officially appear til the 60’s
what is true wii u ‘s chances of getting this game?
There is probably a good chance that the Wii U will be included in the release of this game.
If it’s going to release in 2014, pretty much everyone will know the Wii U’s true power!
That was one of the best times in comics. Batman kicks ass. Leave luck to heaven.
I agree. If the game will come in 2014, then it’s probably to also came out for either ps4 or 720.
2014, man why can they surprise us instead.
I would rather them to leave Batman alone for a while and work on that TMNT game that was rumored and debunked. I think the Turtles need to shine again in video games, and I think Rocksteady could really work well in bringing them back in the game. Please, Rocksteady! Make it happen!
I concur… I miss TMNT from playing it on SNES. They definetly need a new one.
If this is true, then I’m all for it. It’d be kinda cool to see a major shift in tone between the Arkham games and this one. And while I’m all for serious dark Batman, I also kinda like the safe campiness the silver age brought us
sounds cool, might get injustice and this
Hello! I just composed an e-mail to the folks at Club Nintendo. I don’t expect it to get very far. If you agree with anything I ramble about, please consider sending a similar message (or cut and paste this one) to their feedback department.
It only takes a moment to stand up and say, “Hey, Nintendo. You seem to love Japan more.”
And they do.
The Elite Status Rewards were announced recently, and I’m sure you’ve already heard from a lot of fans who are disappointed by this year’s selection. True, Club Nintendo is a bonus service and on some level fans should be happy for anything they see here. Sadly, this is just not the case. Many members such as myself spend a lot of money on products we would not have otherwise considered had it not been for the Club Nintendo coins we would receive from completing surveys many of us feel aren’t even taken seriously. The reveal of the Elite rewards every year is a huge deal to a lot of dedicated Nintendo fans. And this year, after a lot of hard work and lots of spending in an uneven economy we get a deck of playing cards. Your diehard fans, the ones who support your systems and products and frequent Zelda news sites for even the chance at hearing of a new game are getting frustrated. Let’s not focus on E3. It was just bad. Let’s look at the deck of playing cards as a reward for spending hundreds of dollars on Nintendo products.
A few years back Club Nintendo of Japan made available as a reward to its members a Super Famicom controller you could plug into your Wiimote. What a great idea! Surely Nintendo of America would see that retro gaming is a live and well in the USA and that a Super Nintendo controller attachment would be appreciated in America! And we get a button set. Or a deck of playing cards. Club Nintendo of America members have yet to see the golden nunchuk offered overseas as a compliment to the golden Zelda Wiimote. I assure you, Zelda fans and anal retentive folks live here, too.
In comparison to the variety and quality of the items offered by overseas Club Nintendo sites is should be very easy to see why lifetime fans such as myself feel pretty let down by the low bar Club Nintendo continually sets for itself with its elite gifts. The idea should be to present your fans with something unique and creative that they just can’t get anywhere else. A button set? See Etsy. A deck of Nintendo playing cards? Hanfuda would have at least made more sense. It seems as if every year the decision makers at Club Nintendo of America have simply no idea what its fans want or just don’t care enough to make it happen.
I don’t imagine my letter will get much past an auto-reply or a very kind person who really has no control over the things I’m talking about. And that’s too bad. Perhaps if I was a member of Club Nintendo Japan I would have more of a chance.