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Batman: Arkham Knight’s Greatest Sin Shows We Still Need A Sequel

The fourth entry in the Batman: Arkham franchise should have been the jumping-off point for creating a true-to-form Dark Knight experience. In the same generation, players got Marvel’s Spider-Man, which featured a fully-realized New York City replete with robberies to bust, high-speed traffic crimes to tackle, and citizens to save from any number of situations. Marvel’s Spider-Man presented better worldbuilding, made New York City into a character as much as Peter was, and left many yearning for its inspiration, the Batman: Arkham series, to get the same love and care that the Marvel universe did. Batman should have been able to pick up police radar or scan for muggings in the streets and perch above gargoyles while watching people drive up and down the road. Hearing citizens praise or deride Batman as he zips away from crimes would encapsulate the definitive Caped Crusader experience – rather than Batman in a Gotham-themed toybox.

Ultimately, it looks as if Gotham Knights will deliver the open-world Gotham populated by civilians that was missing from the Batman: Arkham titles. The new game may wind up giving Batman fans a glimpse of the crime-ridden city of Gotham as it should be, but it’s hard not to feel like the Arkham series is being abandoned too soon. Considering the need for the authentic Batman experience and the loose ends at the end of Batman: Arkham Knight, a sequel is still sorely needed to bookend the superhero franchise properly.


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Batman: Arkham Knight’s Greatest Sin Shows We Still Need A Sequel

The fourth entry in the Batman: Arkham franchise should have been the jumping-off point for creating a true-to-form Dark Knight experience. In the same generation, players got Marvel’s Spider-Man, which featured a fully-realized New York City replete with robberies to bust, high-speed traffic crimes to tackle, and citizens to save from any number of situations. Marvel’s Spider-Man presented better worldbuilding, made New York City into a character as much as Peter was, and left many yearning for its inspiration, the Batman: Arkham series, to get the same love and care that the Marvel universe did. Batman should have been able to pick up police radar or scan for muggings in the streets and perch above gargoyles while watching people drive up and down the road. Hearing citizens praise or deride Batman as he zips away from crimes would encapsulate the definitive Caped Crusader experience – rather than Batman in a Gotham-themed toybox.

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Ultimately, it looks as if Gotham Knights will deliver the open-world Gotham populated by civilians that was missing from the Batman: Arkham titles. The new game may wind up giving Batman fans a glimpse of the crime-ridden city of Gotham as it should be, but it’s hard not to feel like the Arkham series is being abandoned too soon. Considering the need for the authentic Batman experience and the loose ends at the end of Batman: Arkham Knight, a sequel is still sorely needed to bookend the superhero franchise properly.

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#Batman #Arkham #Knights #Greatest #Sin #Shows #Sequel

Batman: Arkham Knight’s Greatest Sin Shows We Still Need A Sequel

The fourth entry in the Batman: Arkham franchise should have been the jumping-off point for creating a true-to-form Dark Knight experience. In the same generation, players got Marvel’s Spider-Man, which featured a fully-realized New York City replete with robberies to bust, high-speed traffic crimes to tackle, and citizens to save from any number of situations. Marvel’s Spider-Man presented better worldbuilding, made New York City into a character as much as Peter was, and left many yearning for its inspiration, the Batman: Arkham series, to get the same love and care that the Marvel universe did. Batman should have been able to pick up police radar or scan for muggings in the streets and perch above gargoyles while watching people drive up and down the road. Hearing citizens praise or deride Batman as he zips away from crimes would encapsulate the definitive Caped Crusader experience – rather than Batman in a Gotham-themed toybox.

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Ultimately, it looks as if Gotham Knights will deliver the open-world Gotham populated by civilians that was missing from the Batman: Arkham titles. The new game may wind up giving Batman fans a glimpse of the crime-ridden city of Gotham as it should be, but it’s hard not to feel like the Arkham series is being abandoned too soon. Considering the need for the authentic Batman experience and the loose ends at the end of Batman: Arkham Knight, a sequel is still sorely needed to bookend the superhero franchise properly.

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#Batman #Arkham #Knights #Greatest #Sin #Shows #Sequel


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