• Batman: Arkham Series Megathread
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[QUOTE=TheJoker;33632409]Robin and Nightwing DLC released. 6.99 each.[/QUOTE] Lol. That's 14$ for that shit. No thanks.
[QUOTE=Alyx Zark;33632893]That pregnancy test is kinda a spoiler for those who haven't finished yet or even got to that part.[/QUOTE] How so? It's never mentioned in the game so could (to someone who hasn't finished) happen at any point.
[QUOTE=jaykray;33633527]How so? It's never mentioned in the game so could (to someone who hasn't finished) happen at any point.[/QUOTE] [sp]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuFy-OnBm7s does this count?[/sp]
[QUOTE=AaronM202;33633543][sp]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuFy-OnBm7s does this count?[/sp][/QUOTE] Why didn't that happen in my game?
Yeah, I also heard this for 1st time, how did I miss...
No clue, i didnt get it either.
Happened in mine. I don't know why it didn't happen for you guys.
Just finished Identity thieft side missions and so it seems that [sp]possibly next game he will have bigger role in whole story since Batman said he will deal with him tomorrow.[/sp] Just putting out there.
How do I go through the part with three buttons in the steel mill and I have to use batarang?
Tap batarang hotkey three times.
[QUOTE=Faust_;33642856]Tap batarang hotkey three times.[/QUOTE] Wouldn't that only throw two Baterangs? Personally, I just mashed my 1 key until all of the buttons were hit. :v:
[QUOTE=E-102 Gamma;33643186]Wouldn't that only throw two Baterangs? Personally, I just mashed my 1 key until all of the buttons were hit. :v:[/QUOTE] Nope, tapping three times releases 3 batarangs.
Anyone else loved the Identity Thief mission? I hope the next game will continue it.
[QUOTE=Faust_;33639838]Just finished Identity thieft side missions and so it seems that [sp]possibly next game he will have bigger role in whole story since Batman said he will deal with him tomorrow.[/sp] Just putting out there.[/QUOTE] Doubt it. Unless the next game takes place 'tomorrow', Batman really dropped the ball on that one.
[QUOTE=Grim Joker;33645152]Doubt it. Unless the next game takes place 'tomorrow', Batman really dropped the ball on that one.[/QUOTE] It will more than likely be one of those things Batman does that the player will hear about, but never get to do. Unless more gets released as dlc for Arkham City.
[QUOTE=Grim Joker;33645152]Doubt it. Unless the next game takes place 'tomorrow', Batman really dropped the ball on that one.[/QUOTE] [sp]Hush isn't an idiot. Now that he knows that Batman is after him he probably won't even bother to show his face for a few months, let alone "tomorrow".[/sp]
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33646185][sp]Hush isn't an idiot. Now that he knows that Batman is after him he probably won't even bother to show his face for a few months, let alone "tomorrow".[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]Except he is an idiot, because he was leaving such a huge trail for himself, and now he has Bruce Wayne's Face. Literally all Batman needs to do is find someone who's saying Bruce Wayne did something that he didn't do, and bam, he'll have him. It'll basically be the sidequest all over again. Hush is smart, but he has a big ego on him, which would probably lead to him being caught pretty quickly.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Grim Joker;33646303][sp]Except he is an idiot, because he was leaving such a huge trail for himself, and now he has Bruce Wayne's Face. Literally all Batman needs to do is find someone who's saying Bruce Wayne did something that he didn't do, and bam, he'll have him. It'll basically be the sidequest all over again. Hush is smart, but he has a big ego on him, which would probably lead to him being caught pretty quickly.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]The only reason the trail was a big one was because it was FUCKING BATMAN following it. As for someone saying they saw Bruce Wayne did something, again, knowing that THE GODDAMN BATMAN was on his trail should be more than enough to convince him to delay his "take revenge on Bruce Wayne" act a couple of days/weeks. He's not like the other villains he's not going to go "BITCHES I'M BRUCE WAYNE LEMME SMOKE A FEW BLUNTS AND KILL THIS BITCH OH YEAH!" the very day after Batman gets a lock on him.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33646471][sp]The only reason the trail was a big one was because it was FUCKING BATMAN following it. As for someone saying they saw Bruce Wayne did something, again, knowing that THE GODDAMN BATMAN was on his trail should be more than enough to convince him to delay his "take revenge on Bruce Wayne" act a couple of days/weeks. He's not like the other villains he's not going to go "BITCHES I'M BRUCE WAYNE LEMME SMOKE A FEW BLUNTS AND KILL THIS BITCH OH YEAH!" the very day after Batman gets a lock on him.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]Why won't he? He's extremely arrogant. He gloated about how great his scheme was to Batman and explained it to him. That kind of says to me he's not even worried about being caught, because he thinks he's smarter than Batman, which means he'll probably do something stupid again in the near future.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Grim Joker;33646812][sp]Why won't he? He's extremely arrogant. He gloated about how great his scheme was to Batman and explained it to him. That kind of says to me he's not even worried about being caught, because he thinks he's smarter than Batman, which means he'll probably do something stupid again in the near future.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]Because A: none of Batman's other enemies are that stupid. The moment they escape from Arkham or Blackgate, they know Batman will be looking for them so they lay low for a while before pulling off whatever they have planned. Hush has the advantage that the police don't even know about him or his plans, so that gives him extra time and extra places to lay low since Batman won't have any help from Commissioner Gordon or the rest of the police since, again, they don't even know about Hush (and from the looks of it, Batman doesn't look like he's planning on warning the Commish, either). And B: Batman doesn't even know what Hush's next step is. All he knows is that Hush is planning on masquerading as Bruce Wayne to ruin his reputation, but he doesn't know when or where, or even how. He may start looking for Hush "tomorrow", but without any clues as to what he might do or where he might go, Batman's as blind as a bat (pardon the joke).[/sp]
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33647259][sp]Because A: none of Batman's other enemies are that stupid. The moment they escape from Arkham or Blackgate, they know Batman will be looking for them so they lay low for a while before pulling off whatever they have planned. Hush has the advantage that the police don't even know about him or his plans, so that gives him extra time and extra places to lay low since Batman won't have any help from Commissioner Gordon or the rest of the police since, again, they don't even know about Hush (and from the looks of it, Batman doesn't look like he's planning on warning the Commish, either). And B: Batman doesn't even know what Hush's next step is. All he knows is that Hush is planning on masquerading as Bruce Wayne to ruin his reputation, but he doesn't know when or where, or even how. He may start looking for Hush "tomorrow", but without any clues as to what he might do or where he might go, Batman's as blind as a bat (pardon the joke).[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]If you seriously think Hush won't trip up because of his ego or that Batman can't track a high profile villain in a day, I think you need to read more batman comics. He does shit like that all the goddamn time. He catches people as soon as they're out of Arkham. Once there was even this bit in a comic where Scarecrow broke out of Arkham, and as soon as he walked through the front gates, he bumped into Batman and was promptly thrown back in. To say that it's impossible for Batman to track a guy who stole his face is selling Batman short, big time.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Grim Joker;33647520][sp]If you seriously think Hush won't trip up because of his ego or that Batman can't track a high profile villain in a day, I think you need to read more batman comics. He does shit like that all the goddamn time. He catches people as soon as they're out of Arkham. Once there was even this bit in a comic where Scarecrow broke out of Arkham, and as soon as he walked through the front gates, he bumped into Batman and was promptly thrown back in. To say that it's impossible for Batman to track a guy who stole his face is selling Batman short, big time.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]Hush, at this point in the Arkham series, is NOT a high profile villain. Not yet. And to say that Batman's going to catch him in between games without us getting to see it is bullshit. And I'm going to call shenanigans on the "He'll be in an upcoming DLC" argument because there hasn't been any official word that there will be any Story DLC.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33649068][sp]Hush, at this point in the Arkham series, is NOT a high profile villain. Not yet. And to say that Batman's going to catch him in between games without us getting to see it is bullshit. And I'm going to call shenanigans on the "He'll be in an upcoming DLC" argument because there hasn't been any official word that there will be any Story DLC.[/sp][/QUOTE] Everything about Hush is just an assumption. We don't know if or when he will show up again. So to say Batman will do it off-screen, or in a dlc is speculation, which is all we can do for now.
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33644223]Nope, tapping three times releases 3 batarangs.[/QUOTE] Once selects it, twice throws one, thrice throws two and quadruple throws three.
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33649068][sp]Hush, at this point in the Arkham series, is NOT a high profile villain. Not yet. And to say that Batman's going to catch him in between games without us getting to see it is bullshit. And I'm going to call shenanigans on the "He'll be in an upcoming DLC" argument because there hasn't been any official word that there will be any Story DLC.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]How is it bullshit that Batman actually takes care of him off-screen? That's what happens with some of the badguys in Arkham City, anyways. Like Deadshot. You ambush him, fade to black, and suddenly he's locked up. Penguin too, to a degree. You punch him, fade to black, and you're in the lobby with him. A lot of shit happens off-screen as it is. I wouldn't be surprised if you take care of Hush in a DLC or off-screen.[/sp] [editline]9th December 2011[/editline] Also, is everyone forgetting the ending of Arkham Asylum? [sp]It says Two-Face is robbing a bank. We don't get to see it, nor do we see Batman take him down. The next game he's locked up in Arkham City with everyone else.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Grim Joker;33650117][sp]How is it bullshit that Batman actually takes care of him off-screen? That's what happens with some of the badguys in Arkham City, anyways. Like Deadshot. You ambush him, fade to black, and suddenly he's locked up. Penguin too, to a degree. You punch him, fade to black, and you're in the lobby with him. A lot of shit happens off-screen as it is. I wouldn't be surprised if you take care of Hush in a DLC or off-screen.[/sp] [editline]9th December 2011[/editline] Also, is everyone forgetting the ending of Arkham Asylum? [sp]It says Two-Face is robbing a bank. We don't get to see it, nor do we see Batman take him down. The next game he's locked up in Arkham City with everyone else.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]For the first point, at least you get the pleasure of actually fighting them. It's not exactly off-screen, you know. You do get to have Batman throw in at least one punch before the scene changes to them being captured. As for the second point, Arkham Asylum didn't dedicate an entire side-mission building up to Two-Face escaping and heading towards the bank. It just happens as soon as the game ends, in a sort of "nod to the fandom/the adventure continues" kind of way. It's the whole "Building up" thing that I'm trying to convey, here. If they're going to spend time to build up to something, they better fucking execute it instead of having the next game/dlc/whatever go "oh, it happened but we didn't want to show it to you". You're left hanging, wondering "what exactly happened and why didn't the devs show it to us? It looked like it was going to be an awesome plot!"[/sp]
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33650420][sp]For the first point, at least you get the pleasure of actually fighting them. It's not exactly off-screen, you know. You do get to have Batman throw in at least one punch before the scene changes to them being captured. As for the second point, Arkham Asylum didn't dedicate an entire side-mission building up to Two-Face escaping and heading towards the bank. It just happens as soon as the game ends, in a sort of "nod to the fandom/the adventure continues" kind of way. It's the whole "Building up" thing that I'm trying to convey, here. If they're going to spend time to build up to something, they better fucking execute it instead of having the next game/dlc/whatever go "oh, it happened but we didn't want to show it to you". You're left hanging, wondering "what exactly happened and why didn't the devs show it to us? It looked like it was going to be an awesome plot!"[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]How is it an awesome plot? It's half of the plot from Face Off. Hush took Bruce Wayne's face. That's been done so many times it's basically a cliche now.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Grim Joker;33650439][sp]How is it an awesome plot? It's half of the plot from Face Off. Hush took Bruce Wayne's face. That's been done so many times it's basically a cliche now.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]I never read many of the Batman comics. The most I know about Batman and DC comics in general comes from the DCAU and the Nolan films. So Hush is a new concept to me. That's why I think this is an awesome plot.[/sp]
From now on I wish DC uses scarecrows apperance in the games in all media even the comics
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;33651508][sp]I never read many of the Batman comics. The most I know about Batman and DC comics in general comes from the DCAU and the Nolan films. So Hush is a new concept to me. That's why I think this is an awesome plot.[/sp][/QUOTE] [sp]Taking people's faces is kind of Hush's thing. He does it a lot. I figured out it was him as soon as I found out the victim had his face cut off. Hush, also, always gets caught. Like, every single time. Usually pretty easily.[/sp]
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