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So in the trailer for the sucide squad game king shark shows up alive how is that possible, it's not kid shark as he is mostly human , either he was somehow revived (this is DC universe after all ,death is never permanent) or the game is is a prequel to the assault on Arkham movie
I have to preface this with the fact that I am OBSESSED with these games. I love the character designs, storylines, game mechanics, EVERYTHING. While I am cautiously optimistic for Gotham Knights despite it not being a sequel to Knight, it got me thinking about what I and others would have wanted another Arkham game to look like. Personally, I have two in mind. One which would have taken place between Origins and Asylum and the other taking place after Knight
Arkham Revolutions/Reckoning (I can't decide on the title)
One of the new elements I loved in Knight was the dual play sections. This game would introduce Batman's early partnerships with Batgirl and Dick Grayson as the first Robin and show those dynamics and how Bruce adjusts to having help. Thus implementing a day and night cycle to make the building of these relationships seem gradual.
The game would almost be split into different halves/stories to show a transition from more mob/assassin antagonists we see in Origins to the supervillains of Asylum onward.
More in-depth crime scenes similar to the Lacey Towers portion of Origins. Specifically, I'd want a segment similar to the Demon Quest episode of BTAS which would connect to Shiva's offer in Origins and introduce Ra's and Talia.
For being one of his most enduring rogues, I've always felt that Two-Face was criminally underused and think showing Harvey's disfigurement could be a good emotional element.
I'd like to see Warren White and Jane Doe make their physical Arkham debuts
Seeing Bruce and Selina learn each others' identities as well as an appearance by Holly Robinson.
As for the main antagonist, I'm leaning towards Bane, as his Asylum bio states him breaking Batman's back and that was never shown in series.
I wouldn't want the Joker to appear but the last scene would be news that a doctor (Harley Quinn) has helped the Joker escape Arkham. The damaged wing from the escape would be the one that the Joker would later torture Jason Todd in.
Firstly, my set up would be the exact same as Gotham Knights, with Batman "dead" and a bit of a time jump with Dick, Tim, and Barbara defending Gotham as well as the Court of Owls being the main antagonist.
The setup of the game would be similar to GTAV where you can swap between different characters to complete different missions and advance the plot.
Gordon will have won the mayoral election at the end of Knight but his assassination will be the inciting action of the game with Renee Montoya taking his place as the GCPD contact.
Talia al Ghul would be alive, resurrected by the Lazarus Pit, leading HIVE with Deathstroke and we'd learn of the existence of Damien Wayne.
The plot itself would dive deeper into the history of Gotham and would link the Court as the catalyst for most of the driving actions in all six games. Most notably, the Wayne Manor explosion wasn't a part of the Knightfall protocol but set off by the Court and Bruce has been imprisoned by them ever since.
Anarky would return
While I know the identity of the Arkham Knight was met with a lukewarm reception, I was one of the ones who didn't mind it. My only gripe was how rushed everything after it was. Mainly Jason disappearing and then suddenly saving Batman. Psychologically I'd like to dive into his transformation more.
It would be the official ending to the series, tying all six games together.
These are obviously just my thoughts and a work in progress, but I'd love to know what you all think and what your games would look like.
Guys, I MAY have found a plot hole in the Arkhamverse (apologies if I am wrong).
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League supposedly takes place AFTER the Arkham Knight game (they say it "continues" the Arkham story).
The Assault on Arkham film is canon in the Arkhamverse as far as I know.
Doesn't King Shark die in Assault on Arkham when Waller detonates the bomb? If this is before the SS game, is it another King Shark or is it a plot hole?
I could be overthinking it, maybe Kill the Justice League takes place before Assault on Arkham, but this is kind of nagging at my brain.
Deadshot is literally a different skin color. Are we supposed to know he's a different character, or did he do a Michael Jackson.
Good job, you're ignoring continuity because you want to copy Will Smith. Thanks, Rocksteady. Should have just rebooted...
Don't get me started on Gotham Knights. That can't be canon.
So basically I disarmed him from a high height and he passed out. Logic.
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I'd still rather get a Superman or Wonder Woman game but this is awesome.
Penguin hasn't really had any boss fights other than the one in Arkham City after the Grundy boss which shouldn't really count. If it was up to you, how would you make a Penguin boss fight.
Why was the locations page entirely deleted? Does anyone know where you can get a reference map showing all the different locations in the game? Not the locations of certain objects or collectables, I mean a map showing the locations of specific buildings. Like where all the fire departments are at and other important buildings?
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Hello everyone. I am making a page based on the prestige batsuit from Arkham knight. Right now, the page is a bit short, but if anyone cares to chip in by adding info or picture, thank you.
Playing through the campaign and I rescue Warden Sharp and get the Cyrptographic Sequencer. I recall a riddler trophie from the original game on the 360, so I find it, and I hear a groaning. I look in a cell and there is a man that looks straight out of a cartoon. Too cartoony for the game anyway. It is kinda creepy as he seems to have 1 arm, but he has 2 in detective mode. My question is, do any of you guys know who this is? Does he have a name?
Does anyone else think the projecting screen is an incredibly insecure method of communication? I mean, literally anyone standing close to Batman would be able to see and hear who he's talking to.
I have heard rumors about a possible new game calling Batman: Arkham Insurgency who could release in 2018 and tell events taking place between the end of Arkham: Origins and the start of Arkham: Asylum.
What are you all thinking about that? Do you think this could be confirmed?