When part of Gotham is turned into a private reserve for criminals, all hell is sure to break loose, and the Dark Knight is the only one who can stop it.

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G.C.P.D. Officer Sanchez / Political Prisoner (voice) (as Carlos Alazarqui)
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Ra's al Ghul / Wonder City Announcer (voice) (as Dee Baker)
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Nurse Fiona Wilson / Museum Announcer / Dispatch Officer (voice) (as Misty Dini)
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GCPD Officers / Harley Quinn Thugs (voice)
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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 SarmadM

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Peter MacNicol voices The Madhatter - a villain obsessed with collecting Batman's cowl. MacNicol also voices X The Eliminator - a villain similarly obsessed with collecting part of the hero's outfit (his crest) - In Harvey Birdman Attorney At Law. See more »

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When Batman activates the secret panel to enter the Chamber of the Demon, he deduces that a sword is required to open the door. But in the assembled footage previously shown, the assassin does not use her sword at all. See more »

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Hugo Strange: I feel I should thank you. Capturing Bruce Wayne is so much easier than capturing Batman, and now that we have you, Protocol 10 is ready to commence. It will be my legacy. A monument to your failure. And if you try to stop me, I guarantee everyone will know your secret.
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Finding the positive early pregnancy test next to Harley Quinn's costume unlocks an easter egg where Harley sings a rather chilling version of "Hush Little Baby" over the final seconds of the credits. See more »

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Only You (And You Alone)
Performed by Mark Hamill (uncredited)
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)
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Batman Arkham City
19 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first thing that struck me about Arkham City was the vast detail put into the city. I couldn't help but spin the camera angle around Batman a few times before finally starting out my first mission.This was only a fraction of what took my breath away in this game. You really do feel like you're playing as Batman. Everybody says that, but it's true. Whether its taking on 20 thugs at once in an all-out brawl or picking off armed thugs one at a time, you get that great adrenaline rush that Batman would almost sure have too. The side missions add extra depth and variety. My favorite would probably have to be the Riddler mission, as you pretty have to pretty much play through the whole game to finally take him down. The actual riddles themselves that you have to solve around the city open up these great background stories that explain every last criminal and their stories to you. Aside from the great game-play, the story kept me on the edge too. Will Batman stop Hugo Strange and his plans for Arkham City? I wont tell, but I will say that the ending of the story left me speechless. I highly recommend playing Arkham City. There's a twist around every corner, some great side missions, and the replay value is high. I've replayed it about three times now and have still yet to master it.


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