Ranking the top 10 games featuring the Dark Knight himself, all in pursuit of uncovering the ultimate question: which Batman game is the best?
Right from the start, Arkham City garnered widespread critical acclaim for its gripping story, impeccable action, and overall polish.
Upon its release, Arkham Asylum garnered considerable acclaim, standing out as a distinct title separate from the popular Christopher Nolan-directed Batman films.
Arkham Knight, didn’t quite match the critical acclaim of its predecessors, Asylum and Arkham City.
In LEGO Batman 2, the series took a bold leap by expanding its roster beyond Batman’s iconic characters, embracing the vast expanse of the DC Universe.
During the thriving era of the 2000s, the LEGO video game series soared to new heights, with LEGO Batman: The Video Game making a notable entry in 2008.
In Telltale’s second season of the series, the spotlight shifted towards the enigmatic Riddler as the primary antagonist.
Serving as a prequel to the acclaimed Arkham Asylum games, Arkham Origins positions itself as the inception of the Arkhamverse.
Released on the Wii and Nintendo DS, Batman: The Brave and the Bold took a beat-em-up approach rather than an adventure game.
Arriving in 2001 for sixth-generation consoles, Batman Vengeance presents a mixed experience.
The mobile adaptation, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate, didn’t quite meet the same level of acclaim.