Batman: Arkham Asylum (Video Game 2009) Poster

(2009 Video Game)

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  • The Joker, Poison Ivy, Bane, Harley Quinn, Scarecrow, Victor Zsasz & Killer Croc are the only "visual" villians in the game. Though he is never seen, there is also a running sub-quest that involves solving riddles left by The Riddler. Scarface and Clayface both appear, though neither is a threat to the player.

    There are several easter eggs and references to other villains throughout the game such as Two-Face, The Penguin, Catwoman, Calendar Man, etc. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • There are 41 unlockable character bios from the Batman universe to find via solving Riddler's riddles. There is also a running puzzle called "The Spirit Of Arkham" which tells the back story of the Asylum itself. The full list is:

    1: Batman

    2: Bruce Wayne

    3: Dr. Thomas Wayne & Martha Wayne

    4: The Joker

    5: Barbara Gordon/Oracle

    6: Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth

    7: Warden Quincy Sharp

    8: Commissioner James 'Jim' Worthington Gordon, Sr

    9: Senior Guard Aaron Cash

    10: Guard Frank Boles

    11: Dr. Penelope 'Penny' Young

    12: Mr. Victor Zsaz

    13: Waylon Jones/Killer Croc

    14: Edward Nashton/Edward Nigma/The Riddler

    15: Dr. Pamela Lillian Isley/Posion Ivy

    16: Dr. Harleen Francess Quenzell/Harley Quinn

    17: Selina Kyle/Catwoman

    18: Dr. Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze

    19: Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot/The Pengiun

    20: Bane

    21: Dr. Johnathan Crane/The Scarecrow

    22: Harvey Dent//Two-Face

    23: Jack Ryder

    24: Scarface

    25: Prometheus

    26: Maximilian "Maxie" Zeus

    27: Dr. Thomas 'Tommy' Elliot/Hush

    28: Warren White/The Great White Shark

    29: Ra's Al Ghul

    30: Dr. Jervis Tetch/The Mad Hatter

    31: Arnold Wesker/The Ventriloquist

    32: Drury Walker/Killer Moth

    33: Basil Jamal Karlo/Clayface

    34: Professor Hugo Strange

    35: Otis Flannegan/The Ratcatcher

    36: Humphry Dumpler/Humpty Dumpty

    37: Roman Sionis/Black Mask

    38: Garfield Lynns/Firefly

    39: Dumfree and Deever Tweed/Tweedledum & Tweedledee

    40: Julian Gregory Day/Calendar Man

    41: Amadeus Arkham

    42: The Spirit Of Arkham

    Each has a "Story", "Facts" and "Attributes" page to read. While some of the main villians from the game like The Joker, Poison Ivy, The Scarecrow, etc also have Patient Interviews you can listen to. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • He isn't an actual character. Somebody won a competition to have their face in the game, and that inmate has that face. He also has two arms - one is tied behind his back which can be seen clearly in Detective Mode. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • The visitor's center. You can revisit every other place, however. Edit (Coming Soon)

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  • Batman will send the Riddler's location to Gotham PD, and you hear his arrest over the radio. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Yes, but its not the "system failure" kind of crash. Before you face Scarecrow (a villain that is known for using toxins to "mess" with his victim's minds) the screen scrambles and freezes as if the system/disc failed and it plays the opening scene again but Joker is driving the Batmobile and Batman is being taken into the Asylum, so dont freak out because of the "crash", its part of the moment. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Jason Todd is not mentioned. The sidekick that Joker is referring to after the first Scarecrow encounter, when you come to Harley Quinn holding Jim Gordon captive is, in fact, Oracle, or Barbara Gordon. Barbara Gordon was at one point Batgirl, She was shot in the spine by The Joker confining her to a wheelchair. Jason Todd's death is confirmed in one of the challenge maps of Batman: Arkham City (2011) . When the Joker sees Robin (Tim Drake) in his funhouse, he asks "Didn't I kill you already?". In Batman: Arkham Knight Jason Todd is revealed to be the Arkham Knight. After being beaten nearly to death, tortured and branded by The Joker; Jason blamed Batman for his fate. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • In the Security Control Room, behind a large pane of glass. He takes the form of various people such as Quincy Sharp, but never appears in his true form. When Detective Mode is on, it can be seen that the person behind the glass has no skeleton. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Yes. There will be one of three randomly generated cut scenes. The Batwing is shown flying back to Gotham City, then the screen lowers and we see a floating crate of Titan. The Scarecrow, Killer Croc or Bane will grab the crate of Titan. Edit (Coming Soon)

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