Within the dark, heavily guarded walls of Arkham City some of Gotham's most twisted, diabolical and murderous minds are imprisoned. In Arkham City, the villains have control and they are patiently waiting and hoping for a chance to take down Gotham's hero: Batman. Written by
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Did You Know?
There are several references to Lost
(2004), the ABC television show. One when flying around Arkham City, an inmate asks another, "So, did they ever explain what the island was?" And later, more dialogue: "...why did it end in a church?" Writer Paul Dini
was part of the "Lost" writing staff for the first two seasons before leaving the series. See more
After infecting Batman with his poisonous blood, Joker says he had also shipped some all over Gotham, possibly infecting even more people. By the game's end, Batman manages to cure himself, but it is never mentioned if the other people in Gotham managed to be cured as well.
It is implied, however that the cure likely will be sent out to the other infected by way of mass producing the cure which is now within Batman's bloodstream. See more
Next, I will become you, Batman!
SPOILER: At the end of the third Catwoman mission, she is given the option to rescue Batman or leave Arkham City. If she chooses to leave the city, the credits will roll and the voice of Oracle can be heard pleading for help because everybody else has been killed. See more
References Pulp Fiction
Only You (And You Alone)
Performed by Mark Hamill
Written by Buck Ram
Published by SCREEN GEMS-EMI MUSIC INC. (BMI) in the world excluding the United States, and TRO - Hollis Music, Inc. (BMI) See more