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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:52pm 03/02/09 | 6 Comments
We have a new Batman: Arkham Asylum trailer up for your viewing pleasure that reveals even more of the game's dark presentation and slick graphics, as well as bits and pieces of gameplay that I'm not still sold on looking great at this stage.

However, the best thing to gleam from this is clearly the revelation Batman is definitely voiced by Kevin Conroy, the man who gave life to The Dark Knight in various animated series and feature forms, while The Joker most definitely sounds Mark Hamil-ish; all making me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Hopefully gameplay matches the presentation in the final product, but grabbing these two is a step in the right Batman delivery direction.



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ravn0s
Posted 12:59pm 03/2/09
that is mark hamill as the joker.

the game looks so awsome
paveway
Posted 01:06pm 03/2/09
that looks pretty f*****g sweet

what platforms is it coming to ?
Mitch
Posted 01:16pm 03/2/09
360. PS3
Khel
Posted 01:21pm 03/2/09
Even better, the story and all the dialogue and characters and stuff are being written by Paul Dini.

Well, I shouldn't say even better, cos having the voices from the animated series is pretty awesome too, but Paul Dini at the helm is at least equally awesome :P
ravn0s
Posted 01:24pm 03/2/09
360. PS3


and PC
Nailbomb
Posted 01:31pm 03/2/09
Nice, moar Batman. I'm still playing through Lego Batman atm, thoroughly enjoying it. Using the score from the original Burton movie makes it so much better as well.
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