The Arkham Knight releases Tuesday and we have a little bit of a challenge set for ourselves. Can we play and beat the previous three Arkham games before then? Now's the perfect time to find out with these great savings on Batman titles over at Greenman Gaming.
You will need to use code 25OFFG-MGWDEA-LSPWNV to drop the listed prices to the ones as advertised above.
Disclaimer: We're not really having a Batman marathon. I'm too busy with The Elder Scrolls Online whilst Brendan tells me LEGO Jurassic World is his tipple for the weekend.
Three Batman games for only £10.79 seems like a bit of a no brainer to us. The Batman Arkham Collection consists of:
If you're really good you have about four days to get these all played and completed before the Arkham Knight next Tuesday. I must point out that £10.79 is purely on the assumption you hold an active PS+ subscription, otherwise it is £11.99.
It's Steam weekend sale time with the focus pointing towards the Dark Knight with some fantastic savings on Batman titles:
Make sure to check out the Batman: Arkham Knight's live-action trailer from earlier today and if you are looking for cheap Steam credit check out CDKeys where you can currently grab a £20 Steam wallet card for only £18.04 and a £50 top up for only £43.69.
Whilst you are taking advantage of the crazy LEGO sale over at Nuuvem you might as well pick up a few of these Batman titles at their current price reductions:
We totally understand that at these prices it may feel like you are Robin them, but hey, grab them whilst you can! Remember that use of a VPN such as Hola (set to Argentina) will be required to complete the checkout stages.
Credit once again to jaystan for the heads up.
We're not fans of season passes before we've seen the content, but if you want to take the plunge, you can order Batman: Arkham Knight: Premium Edition (includes Season Pass) for a very tempting £23.74. If you want the standard edition, it's only £18.90. Permission to feel smug PC gamers. To get a 5% discount, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.
Be sure to take a look at our hands-on preview and our article, Why Rocksteady quitting Batman after Arkham Knight is the right choice.
Head over to Zavvi and you can get yourself a copy of Batman: Arkham Asylum on PC posted out to you for just £2.98. If you don't currently have a Zavvi account you can apply the code 'WELCOME' at checkout to get 10% off.
When one of the four games in the Batman Pack generally goes on sale it does so for around the £3.74 mark so getting four games for an additional 58p is definitely a bargain, the Batman Pack Consists of:
and can be picked up from Nuuvem for only £4.32.
Please note: a VPN will be required to purchase the Batman Pack from Nuuvem.
According to a new report, Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City are being remastered for PS4 and Xbox One, where they'll release as a single compilation.Click here to read more...
A must-have for any Batman fans, this awesome price includes Batman Legends Edition 4 exclusive skins DLC code, Deathstroke DLC code + 60 Reward Points.
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Green Man Gaming have launched their own 12 Days of Christmas deals programme, and unfortunately they've chosen to kick it off with Batman.
Let me be clear, though, I love Batman. It's unfortunate because Bundle Stars have their insane Batman Complete Collection bundle going on, which will net you every Arkham game available for the low, low price of £7.79.
If, however, you're on the lookout for an individual deal, and don't fancy paying more than £4, check out Green Man Gaming's Batman deals by clicking here, with individual titles like Arkham Origins available for £3.74, and Arkham Asylum for £2.49.
Bundle Stars' Batman Complete Bundle lives up to its name, offering Arkham Asylum GOTY, Arkham City GOTY and all the complete version of Arkham Origins for a shade under £8. It's a big collection and a big saving, containing everything except Blackgate.
Thanks to geebeegooner @ HUKD, and gooner for pointing out that connecting via US VPN can save you even more!
Bundle Stars are running a huge sale on Batman Arkham titles right now, and you can knock off even more than the 75% advertised by using the voucher code SUPERNOVA25 at the checkout:
The Batman: Arkham games are some of the best action-adventure titles around, even Origins had its moments.These'll be a fine set of reminders of why you should be very excited for the new-gen Batman: Arkham Knight, which arrives early next year. Check out the recent Batman: Arkham Knight trailer here.
It's also worth noting that the SUPERNOVA25 code will work on all of the Bundle Stars bundles as well.
Gamersgate have a massive 75% sale running right now for a number of Batman titles, and you can pick up the Batman Arkham Collection for just £20.
You can bag the individual titles from just £3.75, and if you want to throw the LEGO games into the mix as well you can click here to pick up the Batman Complete Collection for £27.50, though do be warned that it doesn't include the latest release, LEGO Batman 3.
It's all about superheroes with this week's Deals With Gold initiative. As with the previous post, some of them are better than others, but we certainly won't turn our noses up at Arkham Asylum and City for under four quid apiece, even if you do need a Gold subscription to access these deal prices.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for over £20, though? BAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
Don't do it.Click here for this week's "Deals" With Gold >>
Steam's Holiday Sale is in full swing, but we need to shine the Dealspwn spotlight at one of the best compilation deals we've ever seen. £39.99 will net you Batman: Arkham City, Arkham Asylum, Bastion, the entire F.E.A.R. trilogy including DLC, LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4, LOTR: War In The North and more... seriously, this is a massive saving.
While the rest of us glide above the sordid sprawl of Arkham City scanning for Riddle Trophies, Mac gamers have finally been given the chance to play the first of Rocksteady's superb Batman games, Arkham Asylum. It's a little late - a few years late, in fact - with Warner Bros passing development duties to Feral Interactive, who've helmed preview Mac ports like Bioshock and Borderlands. It'll cost £29.99 in the UK.
If you are indeed a Mac gamer who's never had the privilege of playing Arkham Asylum, you're in for a treat. Lured into the titular facility by an ostensibly trapped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime instead springs a trap of his own. Stranded in the Asylum with no way out, Batman must instead venture in after his longtime nemesis, coming face to face with some classic Bat baddies. It's a cracking game that really shouldn't be missed. Check out our review here.
Sorry, Mac gamers. As the rest of us struggle to contain our excitement over Arkham City, you're forced to celebrate the belated release of its two year old predecessor. Again, we're very sorry. That said, you're not exactly spoiled for choice over in the land of Apple when it comes to Triple A games, so you should count yourself lucky that you caught Warner Bros. in a generous mood.
Arkham Asylum will hit Mac platforms on October 13th - reassuring - and will be priced at the reasonable cost of £29.99. Well, sort of reasonable; it is two years old after all. However, that doesn't diminish the game's quality one iota; it's a fantastic game and easily the best licensed comic-book game ever made.
Batman: Arkham Asylum is generally considered to be one of the best action games to have released this generation - for good reason. It wowed gamers and critics alike with its fluid combat, advanced stealth gameplay mechanics and a excellent voice acting courtesy of Mark Hamill. Most importantly, however, it provided us with a brief glimpse of what being the Caped Crusader would actually be like. Basically, it’s an Awesome Simulator.
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Earlier this month, we told you that whilst the environments would be bigger and there'd be more characters packed into the game, Arkham City would take about the same time to complete as its older brother, Arkham Asylum. Well that no longer seems to be the case, because according to Rocksteady Studios' Game Director, Sefton Hill, it'll be considerably longer.Click here for more details.
You know that Batman: Arkham Asylum is great. But what you might not know is that its Game Of The Year edition is down to a very appetising £3.74 at GamersGate for the day. The GOTY version includes all of the challenge maps from the Insane Night DLC pack, and is cheaper than the standard edition elsewhere. Note that a gamepad is probably a must, because otherwise Arkham Asylum can be a severely hampered experience on PC.