Wednesday, August 31, 2011

New Gears of War 3 Trailer Released

A new trailer for Gears of War 3 entitled "Dust to Dust" was released today on Machinima. While perhaps not the biggest news ever, news is news these days in the gaming world. So take a break from whatever woefully unfulfilling pastime is holding you over until 20 September to check out the new trailer!

Less than three weeks. I know you can make it, dear readers. Just a bit longer.


Ambassadors! Your Games Are Here!

I know. Today is not September 1st. You probably received a notification that read something like this:

"Starting September 1st, 2011, Ambassadors will be able to download 10 NES Virtual Console games at no charge from the Nintendo eShop. By the end of 2011, Nintendo will also provide Ambassadors with 10 Game Boy Advanced Virtual Console games. To download these games Ambassadors will need to connect to the Nintendo eShop. We will be announcing ore information and instructions for how to download them soon."

Right, so sometime soonish, you will get another news notification that tells you how to download them.
As it turns out, you can download them now!

Simply go to the eShop, scroll all the way to the left under "Settings/Other"

Scroll down to "Your Downloads"

Then simply press "Redownload"

Then, boom. Games.
Your Welcome.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Are we Getting an Epic Mickey 2?

For anyone that read our old Epic Mickey review or listened to some of the old experimental podcasts, our love of Epic Mickey has been pretty well expressed. Despite our admiration, it didn't exactly become a huge commercial success. Thus, we came to terms with the huge possibility that we wouldn't see another fantastic Mickey game in the same vein again for some time. Unless of course we were totally wrong and Disney plans to make a sequel, which evidence does point too.

What is this evidence you might ask? It's a survey that stated that the possible game would have Mickey and Oswald reunite in a game that would support two player split screen, with Mickey using his paint and thinner powers while Oswald would use his abilities of lightning and flight. The survey asked the question, "Based on the description you just read, how likely would you be to buy Disney Epic Mickey 2 for yourself, your family or someone else?” Four possible covers with four possible titles (Epic Mickey 2: Return of the Mad Doctor, Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Epic Mickey 2: Mystery on Mean Street, or just Epic Mickey 2) have been also been released.

Pictured Above: Survey

While we must keep in mind that nothing official has been announced, we are just excited at the prospect of returning to the Wasteland for another Disney adventure, prehaps on a more powerful console. Imagine a real HD Mickey game with the same amount of creativity that Epic Mickey had (with, hopefully, a better camera). We'll be keeping our fingers crossed.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

The Outlaw's Least Favorite Game Moments: 100% Synchronization

Saying that Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and I have a tumultuous relationship wouldn't be an understatement. Neither would it be an overstatement. I suppose that means it is merely a statement, but a valid one nonetheless. You see, I love the core gameplay of Brotherhood as I have every other Assassin's Creed game, but surprisingly some of the additions rub me the wrong way.

I don't like complaining that a game has too much to do, but this is one of those cases where it might be true. They added so many different levels of sidequests that I often lose track of the main quest. Not to mention all the flags and feathers I still feel compelled to find. It could be my (diagnosed) OCD that makes me find every last secret and level all of my guilds up, or I could just really want the rewards. But this is just a minor "problem" for me. The real culprit here is 100% synchronization.

If you do all this random crap we can poison guards for you. Let's just say it's our reward to you for letting us watch you jump off of things 25 times.
For those of you unfamiliar with the system, unlike the first two games, Brotherhood asks you to complete missions under certain criteria. Kill someone a certain way, don't be seen, complete mission X within a certain amount of time; all these kinds of challenges are represented. So what happens if you succeed in getting 100% sync in a chapter? You are rewarded with extra missions that shed more light on certain events. That's all well and good, and even welcome. However, 100% sync was not the way to go and I'll tell you why.

For one, this is one of the most frustrating things I somehow managed to do. Even the guy who made the video admits it sucks balls.

It's a very simple reason really, it's limiting. One of the things I loved about the series was the amount of freedom that was usually given to me whenever I set out to do certain things. Unless the actual circumstance called for a specific answer or action, I could tackle things how I saw fit. I could use any weapon, any path, and take as long as I damn well pleased. Not any more. Now I have to kill people in certain ways. Now I have to complete this hidden temple in 8 minutes which doesn't give me any time to explore. Basically, in my opinion, it goes against one of the points of Assassin's Creed. I have all these weapons, but Ezio actually used his hidden blade so that means I have to as well. I don't care what he actually did, I want to do things my way without being penalized.

You're doing it wrong (apparently)
Most might say it's not a big deal, and maybe they are right. It just irks me that one of my favorite things about Assassin's Creed has been changed in such a negative way. I want my freedom back Ubisoft! And while we're on the subject, give me full access to the map sooner please. If I want to find all the secrets at once that is my prerogative.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Playground Advice: How to Make Friends in Dragon Age 2

Hey all! Remember me, the lame cartoonist who hasn't contributed to this magnificent blog in forever? Yeah, sorry about that. I fell into the perils of Netflix and general summer laziness. But alas, our glorious summer is coming to a close, meaning the dreaded months of schooling are sure to follow. And as tough as tests can be, at least we can study for them. But who is to answer all the social questions we may have? Questions like: Where should I sit in the classroom? With whom should I sit at lunch? Will nobody like me because I properly ended that previous sentence without a preposition? (No, they will all love you forever, especially me.)
Well never fear, for I am here to help you navigate the murky waters of social behavior. Why, after vegetating in front of various entertainment screens for a couple of months should I give you, average reader, advice on friend-making? I have no idea. That's why I'm only going to teach you how to gain friendship in the world of Dragon Age 2.
Don't worry, Hawke, we'll getcha some friends.

The Comicker: So you're in the market for friends, eh? How many we talking about?

Average Reader: Well, I really like friends. I'd like to have as many as possible.

TC: Well, if you want a simple and easy to remember strategy you can't go wrong with freeing slaves and just generally helping people out.
Whatta guy!

TC: Now you may have to give up your "I love cancer" t-shirt and abstain from kicking puppies, but these sacrifices are well-worth the number of companions that will generally approve of your actions: Aveline, Varric, Isabella, Anders, Merrill, Bethany, Fenris, and Sebastian. Your lunch table is garunteed to be crowded with this tactic!

AR: I really like kicking puppies though... Got anything less straight-laced?

TC: Sure! How about taking on the role of a smooth operator?
How dashing!
TC: All it takes is a little seduction, some witty one-liners, and maybe a few extra coins to grease the wheels and you'll be sure to make some (slightly shady) friends, such as Isabella and Varric!

AR: Hang on, I'm not sure how I feel about that garishly pink background and that pimptastic armor color and the creepy curly beard. And bribery is wrong, isn't it?

TC: So you're a goody-two-shoes then? How's this:
Poor widdle Hawke, lost without an authority figure.
TC: Meet the guardsmen's chump. Sure, he's beaten the pants off of all the local gangs in town while the real city guard does nothing but go on awkward dates together, but he still feels the need to consult the authorities on his decisions, much to the approval of Aveline.

AR: Oh come on, I didn't mean I wanted to be a square!

TC: True, Hawke is nobody's bitch. So let's try something a little more revolutionary:
Hippie Hawke looks so natural. Must be the beard.

TC: With this you'll stand up for the rights of the oppressed along with Anders, Bethany, and Merrill!

AR: Hey, that sounds fun! I like revolutions!

TC: Great, then you'll love our next model:

TC: There ya go, a nice, insane, blood mage. Hey, at least Merrill will like you!

AR: I dunno, that's an awful lot of... blood and stuff.

TC: Right, right, my apologies. Starting to get a little queasy, are you?
Don't be such a pansy, Hawke, it's on your face.

TC: Yes, the bloodletting takes some getting used to. Even Anders the manifest-writing revolutionary will put his foot down on blood magic, along with Fenris, Carver, and Sebastian.

AR: But when can you really trust a mage? I mean, there's demons running all over the place these days! I guess I could just use my judgement--

TC: Judgement is for squares. You don't want to be a square, do you? Lay down the law!

TC: Take down those crazy mages with your buddies: Carver, Fenris, and Sebastian.

AR: I... I guess I could do that. Maybe we could go back to that first Hawke--

TC: Nonsense, this aggressive Hawke is very "you", I can tell! In fact, don't stop with mages, the whole world is just waiting for you to push them around.

TC: Take on the world with your bestest friend, good ole Carver.

AR: And?

TC: 'And' what?

AR: Who else?

TC: Did you actually think anyone else but professional ass-face Carver was going to like you if you were a total dick to everyone? You really do need social help.

Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Release Date!

Twist those wrists! Prepare to get your waggle on! LoZSS is coming soon, so dust off your Wii and get ready for some sword swinging action!

Boom, this game, right here, in your hands, on November 20th

I'm excited. I want it to be pure excellence. We shall see.
Although... this does mean I will have to take a break from Skyrim to play it... hmm...
Worth it!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Mass Effect 3: Squad Leader Combat Reveal

If it weren't all so bloody awesome, we here at the O&E would feel bad for bothering you so much today. But we don't, cos we know you love it. Here is an awesome video of some ME3 combat, highlighting squad leader tactics and general badassery.

Warning: have a napkin or something handy, cos you'll most likely drool substantially.

Battlefield 3 Multiplayer Gameplay Video, Now With Jets!

Another Gamescom release: a video showcasing Battlefield 3's multiplayer gameplay. It looks excellent. Also, jets. Yeah, jets! Cool, eh? Check it out below.

Borderlands 2 Teaser Trailer Released

More Gamescom news: a teaser trailer for Borderlands 2 has been released. It's as cool as it is short, and it's pretty dang cool. A tradeoff, I suppose. Anyway, do enjoy!

New Mass Effect 3 Sceenshots Released at Gamescom 2011

I'm not going to hold you up with words. These were released. Enjoy.

Why isn't it out yet? That's what I ask myself every day of my life.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Arkham City Mr. Freeze Reveal

The villains keep piling up! However, unlike Solomon Grundy's surprise reveal in the Penguin trailer, this one should not come as a surprise. If you think back to April of last year, you might remember that the actor playing Mr. Freeze slipped up and told everyone he would be doing so even before the game had an official title. Oops. Anyway, Victor still seems to be lamenting Nora, his terminally ill frozen wife. Watch the animated series! No, not right now. Watch this first.

Batman seems grumpy. Looks like he needs to CHILL OUT! HAHAHAHAHAHA! I fucking hate "Batman and Robin".

Mr. Freeze actually seems like he'll put up a fight, but in the end I'm sure he'll regret messing with Bats on a bad day.

20 Minutes of Gears of War 3 Gameplay (With Developer Commentary)!

A few hours ago, GamesRadar posted an exclusive video that details 20 minutes of the campaign from Gears of War 3. Developer Rod Fergusson walks us through glowy enemy encounters, robotic grocery carriers, and hilarious easter eggs all while controlling everyone's favorite thrashball player, Cole Train. But why am I typing all of this? You're just going to watch the video. You're not reading any of this. I mean, I can't blame you. It's Gears. I feel so insignificant now.


To be honest, I have no idea if that video will play. In case it doesn't just follow this link.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Happy Birthday... TO US!

A year ago this evening, Stephen and I put into action a whole few days of planning and birthed a little blog we lovingly call The Outlaw and The Elitist. What followed was a series of very early amateurish work that we like to think we've gotten better at doing. Since then, we've added people, lost people, instituted new ideas, spent lots of money, and finally convinced our good friend Grady to become the first real consistent contributor and partner in our cause.

Look at this old joke! LOOK AT IT!

 We're still growing and figuring out what works, but based on our last year's worth of growth we are extremely excited to see what happens in our next year. And most of all, we would like to thank all of our readers, whether they be new or old, but a special thanks to those that have stuck with us since the beginning. We couldn't have done it without your support and willingness to spread the word around. And now, I think I'm hearing someone yell out that celebratory drinks are in order, which is strange because I am the only one in the upstairs portion of my home. I might need to get that checked out. Or I could just drink. Yeah, that would be the better option.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Kickin' Back and Takin' it Easy: How Our Friends Spend the Off Season

Good day to you, dear reader, and welcome back to the O&E. Over the past couple of weeks, I've had the opportunity to travel around the galaxy, through time, and between various universes to conduct interviews with some of your favourite video game characters. In these interviews, I asked them about how they're spending their downtime between games. Do enjoy!

Marcus Fenix: Gears of War 3

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Last Week to Get Agents of Change For Free

In response to how pissed off gamers were at Splash Damage for their sloppy release of Brink, Bethesda promised us that the first DLC that the game releases will be free.
By their word, it is now free on Steam and XBL

However, it's not forever free. For two weeks the added content will be price-less (not to be confused with priceless) and then after that, gamers will fork over the full price of $9.99 for the new game modes, new maps, and new player abilities.

That leaves you unfortunate souls who purchased the game one more week to get your free DLC.

In case you're still riding the fence on whether or not it's worth it, here is a sum-up.

Two New Maps
    -  Founder's Tower: Lets players duke it out in the Spire.
   - Labs: Some underwater facility where players try to take possession of the old development laboratory.

Five New Player Abilities
    - The Operative now can unlock the UAV, which does exactly what you would expect it to: reveal players on the map.
    - The Engineer now has access to the Napalm Mine. Which also does what you think it would. Explode, when the enemy least expects it, swallowing him in roaring fire.    
     - The Soldier now has Napalm Grenades. These do what Napalm Mines do, except the goal is to hit someones face with them, instead of letting them make the folly.
     - The Medic can now deploy a Field Regen Unit which increases the rate at which any nearby players' health increases.
     - All players will be given the opportunity to unlock the Tactical Scanner, which reveals to the player the active buffs of all enemies, so you know who is the easiest target to take down.

New Weapon Attachments
      - Bayonets
      - Weapon Shields
Both pretty self explanatory.

New Outfits
     - Sad Punk and The Limey. Whatever.

I haven't checked it out yet, but my advice to you is go ahead and download it. You already payed for a half finished game, might as well sap the free shit while you can. Here's to hoping they are still trying to fix it. Cheers.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Stupid Video Game Arguments That All of Us Make.

Whenever you are so immersed in a one industry for such long time, certain opinions become truth to you. You convince yourself it’s absolute, and if anyone tells you otherwise, you mount a motherf---ing crusade against their stupid n00b face.
I’m the same way, we all are. However there are some things we gamers like to argue about that don’t make any bloody sense, and continuing to argue about them simply makes us look like douche-teroids.
#1: Game Genre One is totally better than Game Genre Two!
Battle of the Ages.

We have all been in this argument before, and you know it. You and a friend/acquaintance bring up your favorite games.

1337TetrisFan: “Oh I totally love Tetris, it’s the best freaking game ever made!”

IHateThatDog1020: “No way man, Duck Hunt owns everyone’s face off, you don’t even know!”

Right because this makes sense.

1337TetrisFan: “Tetris has novel and exciting constant puzzle solving aspects, that keep it engaging as the game gets harder from level to level! The level is constantly changing so I have to keep thinking. It’s engaging and awesome.”

IHateThatDog1020: “What? Are you stupid? You have like, 5 seconds, as the brick falls all the way down. In Duck Hunt, You have to have faster reactions in order to hit a moving target. The spot your blocks need to go don’t ever move. Super easy mode dude.

1337TetrisFan: “Oh yea? Well I don’t have to deal with some stupid ass Dog every time I lose!”

IHateThatDog1020: “...That really cuts deep....”

So yea. This is obviously insane. Arguing between two different genres of gaming is like arguing that bicycles are better than cars because cars use fuel. They cannot be compared. They are not the same. The share a system, transportation, but they have different purposes.
Kids who yell and scream over whether or not Burnout Paradise is a better sandbox game than Grand Theft Auto because the crashes are better really deserve to be taken outback and have their ears pulled off. Maybe then, they will realize that they say stupid things.

#2 Old Games are Better Than New Games

Man, they just don’t make games like they used to. They were simple and fun, and I didn’t have to think too much, it’s all based on pure skill. Remember Pong? I tell ya. Those were the days. You could play by yourself against a computer, or against your friends. Only one at a time though.
You could play it at arcades... I think... I wasn’t really old enough. I’ve only actually played Pong once, but it’s really sad that they can’t make innovations like that anymore.

Way exaggerated but you get the point. Making the point that all old games in general are better than any newer games would be a lot like claiming that the wheel was the best car ever made.
Well... Most of the time...
Albeit, quality control has gone way down, so I suppose the argument has a degree of merit. Nowadays whenever a game is shitty when it is released you can just patch it. No problem right? I’m talking to you Splash Damage...
But when on your Commodore 64 were you every able to explore a realistic world, make your own decisions, or completely customize a million different character features and the world around the character? Nostalgia is great, but progress will always lead to better things

#3 Violent Video Games Make Children Violent

He secretly love this game.

I admit, children who are constantly rewarded for virtual violent behavior for years might become more aggressive. Depending upon whether or not the child is already aggressive or not has to be taken into consideration when decided on the magnitude of effects video games can have on a child. The thing that makes this a dumb argument is that its objective.
Psychologists can study and test and experiment for years, but the human equation is too random and isn’t tangible in any way as to provide a way of absolutely proving that non-violent peaceful minded children are driven to kill humans because they play video games like Mortal Kombat, or Rainbow Six. My ideas on this have not been a secret, but I realize it’s an argument that as no answer.

Are You Sad? This Is a Baby Monkey Riding Backwards On a Pig

This is the greatest.
"Let's do this shit, Baby Monkey."
I have seen some really creative things come to the iTunes store, but this is so far my favorite. Only in concept. I know absolutely nothing about this game except that it's a baby monkey.. who rides backwards... on a pig.

Monday, August 8, 2011

Skyrim: 30 Minutes of Gameplay Footage from QuakeCon

Bethesda showed off an extended bit of gameplay from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim at QuakeCon last week. As I'm sure you'd rather watch the video than read me go on and on about it, I'll get out of your way now. Enjoy!

QuakeCon 2011 - The Elder Scrolls 5 : Skyrim... by Xboxlivefr

Here are some of my observations:

First of all, it is simply beautiful. The environment, the player's movements, the fluidity of combat- all of it is gorgeous. The menu screen seems sleek, readily accessible, and pretty cool. I mean, you can look at all of your items, rotating them around and such, which is fun. And you can read books that'll look like books and the pages will turn and everything! Which is incredibly nerdy, I understand, but give me a break.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

3DS Ambassador Program! Free Vidja Games!

Hoorah! Three cheers to all the people who spent the full $250 on the 3DS in order to play Zelda! As it turns out, we all should have just waited 3 months until the price dropped, and there was actually shit to play...

Well Nintendo also realized that the price drop makes us look like ass-holes, so they want to make us an offer we couldn't refuse. Nintendo has decided to show their appreciation to all the fans who supported the 3DS from day number one and put up with the fact that we wouldn't have anything to play but we decided to buy the damn thing anyway. Enter the Ambassador Program! What the hell does that clearly poorly translated phrase mean? Absolutely nothing to do with Ambassadors.

Basically, Nintendo recognizes that we feel like we were cheated out of $80, seeing as how the price for the systems dropped so ridiculously soon. So, to try to make it up to us, we are getting a shit-ton(20) of classic NES and Gameboy games available to download on the eShop, for free.

The offer is only available to the people who purchased their systems before the price drop. To ensure that you get your free games, go get your 3DS right now, and go enter the eShop. Get it set up, and sign in. You should get a notification in the News Feed in the eShop that informs you that you are an Ambassador now. You have to do this by 11:59pm tonight. So go. Do that. I'll wait.

For those who don't get these goodies, it's your fault. You are why this happened. So I guess.. thank you... but also screw you because now I'm worried about the future of the system.

Got it, Ambassador? Good. Here is what you get. 
So starting September first, we are going to see in the eShop:
I want it I want it I want it I want it!!
Super Mario Bros, Donkey Kong Jr, Balloon Fight, Ice Climber and The Legend of Zelda. These games are planned to be available for general download a little later, and for a price, but we see them sooner, and for free.

By the end of 2011, 10 Game Boy Advanced games will be available for download exclusively to Ambassadors. Nintendo has said they don't plan to make them downloadable for general population.
Those games are:
Yoshi's Island, Super Mario Advance 3, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Metroid Fusion, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame and Mario vs. Donkey Kong.

Does this make up for Nintendo's pricing blunder? Hard to say, it's definitely a sweet deal, and I am super super happy they are doing it. I love free stuff. Especially video games. Thanks Nintendo!

Happy Birthday Samus!

It's late, I know. I was out of town, so all I could do was Tweet my birthday wishes to one of my all time favorite video game characters.

Summer of Arcade (so far!)

The Summer of Arcade on XBLA has always been the source of the big hits for Arcade games. With Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and 'Splosion Man coming out in 2009, and disappointingly 2010 really only brought Limbo this year shows 'em all up.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Following us on Twitter is now a Completely Viable Option!

These days it seems social networking is an absolute must. I have never been big on the whole twitter phenomenon, mostly because I didn't see a point in tweeting the events of my daily life. I see people use twitter for that very purpose all the time and the first thought that pops in to my head is, "I hate you. No one cares." But now that we actually have a thing to update regularly it seemed like the proper thing to do. So without further ado, here is a link to the official O and E Twitter page.

That not enough? You can also follow both Stephen and myself. What more could you want?! Don't answer that.

The Elitist's Least Favorite Video Game Moments: Knights of the Old Republic 2: Peragus.

Why... why would I want to be a Droid....
Alright, lets play some KotOR 2. I just finished the first one as one of the most BA Jedi in the entire galaxy, and now I want to own more face as the Jedi Outcast, the Exile. Surely this is going to start out in the most awesome way possible. I’m in super Star Wars adrenaline mode, having just beat the first one, I will take nothing but the most excellent and awesome.

League of Legends: Dominion Announced

The Elitist has recently become slightly addicted to the PC online sensation that is League of Legends. Having grown a little bit overworked from WoW, and reaching a level in Starcraft where everyone is really good (causing me to lose a lot) I turned my attention to this game that seems to be sweeping up so many people.

Notch: Bethesda Lawyers Claim "Scrolls" as Trademark Infringement

In an early morning tweet, Notch (aka Markus Persson) alleged that lawyers representing Bethesda Softworks had contacted him, claiming that his upcoming game "Scrolls" infringes on The Elder Scrolls V trademark. "Just got a letter from Bethesta's (sic) lawyers," the tweet reads. "They claim 'Scrolls' infringes on their trademark and everyone will confuse it with Skyrim."

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Borderlands 2 Officially Announced

2K Games and Gearbox Software have officially announced that the sequel to Borderlands is currently in development. The aptly named Borderlands 2 is slated for release on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC on 1 April, 2012. It remains to be seen whether this release date becomes an April Fools' Day joke due to postponement.

Game Informer's September cover, which will include "12 pages of exclusive details and screenshots." Check it out!

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

New Gears of War 3 Trailer: Horde 2.0

Epic Games has released a new trailer featuring the new Horde mode. While perhaps not particularly educational, it is, admittedly, pretty freakin' badass. I mean, who doesn't get pumped watching Fenix and friends sawing through and gunning down waves upon waves of those Locust bastards? I know I do. In any case, it helps keep the edge off of the drought just a bit, and makes me reeeeeally want it to be 20 September. Now.


What Really Matters: Skyrim. Because Duh.

Alas, we find ourselves in the Great Drought Times, parched and weary, desperate for even the tiniest bit of action in the video game world. It is a sad time indeed. Games journalists across the world are pulling out their hair in frustration and boredom, sadly resigning themselves to reporting on such boring subjects as the comparative quarterly sales of the leading consoles. This author answers with a resounding yawn. YAWN. There.


Monday, August 1, 2011

The Outlaw's Favorite Game Moments: The Beginning of Arkham Asylum

Having been on hiatus for about a week, there's a very good chance that the last thing I wrote about was Arkham City. I've said it before and I'll say it again, Batman is my favorite comic book character and he could beat up your dad. My point is I'm sorry if I'm sounding like a broken record (kinda), but I'm going to continue this trend.

The opening to Arkham Asylum is one of those things that it's hard for me to describe. It's short on overall gameplay, but the presentation is simply top notch. It sets up the tension perfectly and even foreshadows one of the more anxious sections of the game. Couple that with some of my favorite voice actors from the animated series which is undeniably one of the best shows of all time (and I don't just mean in the animated category), and you have something that seems hand-crafted for me and all the other Batman fans out there. BEHOLD!

Now with bonus gameplay footage!

 Here's hoping Arkham City's opening can match this.

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