Batman: Arkham City
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Harley Quinn's, Poison Ivy's, and Catwoman's costumes are all slightly skimpy but no nudity at all.

Some of Joker's thugs make sexual references about Harley Quinn, one saying that if Joker dies, he gets to "ride the Harley."

Batman encounters a couple of Joker's thugs on an optional mission who make a reference to a time one of them had oral sex with Harley Quinn.


Intense fighting throughout.

Batman can snap bones and legs. A light snapping sound is heard when done so.

Catwoman and Batman can be seen scratched, scarred in the face and wounded after they come out of a boss fight.

Henchmen use guns, bats, knives, shields, and environmental weapons when fighting.

Protocol 10 is the annihilation of all of the criminals in Arkham City

The Abromovic Twins can be very frightening to children.

In an Easter Egg, there is an abandoned boat in the water. Inside, there are cockroaches and bugs crawling around


Moderate language, mostly repeated use of damn and hell. Some usage of crap. not that bad.


The Penguin is always smoking a cigar.

Titan is a drug that enlarges muscle mass and allows super strength.


The following characters may scare viewers under 10: Joker: Due to the Titan Explosive in the first game, his face is all rotten and deformed. He eventually dies at the end of the story. Mr.Freeze:His voice is very scary and eerie Clayface:He is a monster that is completely melted down and has a disturbing face Ra's Al Ghul: His voice and face are both equally scary Solomon Grundy:His face and body are disturbing. Killer Croc:[spoiler]His face and voice can be equally scary. Mad Hatter:His voice and demeanor can be a bit scary. Calendar Man: He is never mandatory to encounter, but when Batman does see him, he has an eerie voice, and his head has grotesque imprints of the month abbreviations. Victor Zsasz: The side mission involving Zsasz is optional to complete. He has a very eerie voice that comes over phones, and he often describes how he enjoys cutting himself. When he appears briefly towards the end of the mission, he has tally mark scars all over his torso, arms, and forehead, which is pretty disturbing. Each tally mark represents someone he has killed.

The optional mission against Mad Hatter can be pretty disturbing. In it, Batman encounters Mad Hatter at a table occupied by several thugs wearing white rabbit masks (he fights them later). Plus, during the fight, Batman is revealed to be wearing a cowl that resembles a disturbing, screaming rabbit with yellow eyes instead of his usual bat cowl.

The Riddler's voice is heard often (although it is optional to complete the mission involving him), and it is always presented over a stuttering tape recording, which can sound creepy for some.

Most characters in this video game can have eerie voices and scary faces. Kids under 10 may be frightened by this game.

The boss fight with Mr. Freeze can be rather frightening as you have to continuously move around so you might not always know where he is. You also have to think quickly when it comes to attacking him as there are a limited number of ways to attack him and the same tactic doesn't work twice.



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