Developed by Rocksteady Studio LTD and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment on 18 Oct 11
Developed by Rocksteady Studio LTD and published by Eidos on 25 Aug 09
Many Americans will be making use of the public holiday today to celebrate Labor Day. At some point, you'll want to take some time out of your day to put in a copy of Batman: Arkham City.
Posted 1 month ago by Rebecca Smith, 5 comments
St. Roch might not be a saint familiar to many people, but the commemoration of his death on August 16th is the most prominent date Rocksteady could find to celebrate in August.
Posted 2 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 20 comments
July 4th is Independence Day in the US and is a day that most Americans will spend celebrating in any way they see fit. It's also a day that seems to be really popular with games that include date-specific achievements.
Posted 3 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 8 comments
Consider this a reminder not only to get a card for your father for tomorrow, but also to consider booting up a copy of Batman: Arkham City to pay another visit to Calendar Man on this special day.
Posted 4 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 11 comments
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday. It's also April Fool's Day. While a lot of people will be celebrating the former rather than the latter, Batman is an exception to that rule.
Posted 7 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 6 comments
Tomorrow, March 17th, is the day that Ireland celebrates the Feast of Saint Patrick. You will want to mark the date on your calendar so that you remember to pay a visit to Calendar Man.
Posted 7 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 5 comments
Can you feel the love in the air? With Valentine's day approaching, Batman fans have an opportunity to unlock the Storyteller achievement.
Posted 8 months ago by Will Cruz, 14 comments
Being an outstanding US citizen, Batman is keen to take part in the upcoming Thanksgiving celebrations. Without a family with whom to spend the day, our hero will instead be heading to see Calendar Man.
Posted 11 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 12 comments
I think we can all agree, achievements are awesome. With hundreds of games available, it may be hard to keep track of certain achievements and when they can be unlocked. Luckily, we have you covered.
Posted 1 year ago by Will Cruz, 18 comments
Posted 1 year ago by Will Cruz, 10 comments
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