Console gamers already know the thrill of endlessly gliding above the streets of Mayor Quincy Sharp's city-to-prison abomination, Arkham City, and today PC gamers will finally be given that opportunity too.
Batman: Arkham City
, one of the year's most decorated releases, makes its PC debut today (available on Steam, Origin and other digital stores, as well as at retail) with a host of PC-specific features such as heady use of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX PhysX, which you can catch in the video embedded below, and for anyone who missed it, we have an in-depth review of game, as played on Xbox 360, which offers a pretty good insight into why you should put Skyrim down, even just for a little bit, and don the cowl of Batman.
It's also worth noting that the second batch of DLC for the game, the Robin Bundle Pack is now also available alongside the Nightwing and Catwoman Bundle Packs, and will set you back 520 MS Points or $11.45 for PSN and PC. Watch the video for it right here
for our review, or here to watch the below video in glorious HD