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Batman Arkham Origins Announced, First Trailer here

Warner Bros Batman Arkham Origins will be the next featured game in GameInformer. More details, and the first developer diary here. 

Batman Arkham Origins will take place before the last two Arkham games, and sees Batman facing off his arch rivals for the first time. There will also be 3DS and Vita spinoff coming called, Arkham Origins Blackgate. This will be developed by Armature Studio, and will be released along side the console versions.

Batman Arkham Origins is releasing on October 25th, for the PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360, and PC

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  • Silver

    What intrigues me the most is that Slade is on the back cover. I've always wanted to see him done in a video game. I'm just wondering if he'll be the main villain? Either way I'm glad its coming to the Wii U, because I'll be getting it for sure.

    I swear they better let you drive the Batmobile!

    I'm also really excited for the 3DS version. 2.5D Metroid style gameplay sold me.

    • Furious Francis

      Yeah, I\’ll be picking this version up on Wii U thanks to Off-TV play and the gamepad for quick inventory swaps and a map. I love the fact I can get the game on the Wii U the same day as the other versions.

      • Silver

        I think it's the obvious thing that all of us Wii U fans/owners have been saying. The reason why games like BioShock Infinite, Metal Gear Revengeance etc didn't come to the Wii U is, because
        1. These games have been in development for years, and were very far along.
        2. The Wii U hardware was new and "Alien".

        Notice how the newer games like Assassins Creed 4, and now Batman Arkham Origin's are being released for the Wii U, and on the same date to boot. Basically put these games haven't been as far a long in development, and the Wii U hardware has now been in the hands of these developers for well over a year.

        I'm going to have hope that with most of these up and coming third party games this trend continues. With the exclusion of EA most likely. The new CEO has ignored the Wii U in most of his statements, and well I'm not expecting their support.

        • Furious Francis

          Yeah, hopefully more developers get with the program when it comes to Wii U.