Batman: Arkham City (Xbox 360) achievements
3,322
(1,500)

Batman: Arkham City (Xbox 360)

4.5 from 12075 votes

There are 70 Batman: Arkham City (Xbox 360) achievements (50 without DLC) worth 3,322 (1,500)

179,824 tracked gamers have this game, 4,637 have completed it (2.58%)

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Harley Quinn's Revenge

3.9 from 200 votes

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41,597 tracked gamers have this dlc pack, 10,863 have completed it (26.11%)

There are 10 achievements worth 494 (250)

Reviews

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LegendaryNoCon
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LegendaryNoCon
Posted on 30 May 12 at 00:28
This dlc review has 20 positive votes and 2 negative votes. Please log in to vote.
Harley Quinn's Revenge, the official epilogue/conclusion to Batman: Arkham City. Since it's just a DLC and you can gather what it's about from the title, don't worry, this is a spoiler-free review.

Length: Harley's Revenge is average in length. You'll probably spend an hour and a half, two at the most if you're going for the "Party's Over" achievement. So about the proper time for an epilogue DLC, I'd say.

Gameplay: You spend half the time as Batman, and half the time as Robin. If you were like me and hadn't played the Robin DLC, you'll probably find Robin a little tough to get used to. His gadgets are limited, and most of them are different. But you better get used to him fast, because this DLC is tough. You spend most of the time as Robin indoors, where most thugs don't have guns, but they have a bat, several have knives, several have shields and a few have electrical batons. As Batman, you'll spend most of the time around a sector of the city. And there are thugs with guns EVERYWHERE. So no matter what part of the DLC you're at, you're in a tough situation, surrounded or being gunned down. The difficulty is the one thing I didn't care for. But some may like the challenge!

Achievements: The achievement list is actually pretty good. There's four parts to the epilogue so naturally, an achievement for each part. There's an achievement for using each of Robin's gadgets in the DLC, which is probably a mix of "here's a challenge" and "get to know Robin's moves so you'll be urged to buy the Robin DLC" but they're relatively simple to get once you get the hang of Robin. And they don't leave out the collectible hunters out there, as they have an achievement for popping all 30 Harley balloons.

Overall Worth: This DLC is decent. I personally feel it would've been more worth it at 560 points, as it could have been longer, but I'm sure there are many who feel it worth 800. It's got a solid achievement list (as solid as it can be for this DLC, anyway) and it actually brings something new to the game, instead of just expanding on what you already have, which is something you won't find with most DLC nowadays. For those of you still on the fence, if you really enjoyed Arkham City, I'd say buy this. This is not a challenge map DLC, this is 100% story mode. This is not a purchase you will regret.
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