I played through about half of Arkham Asylum and eventually lost interest. The characters and game-play were enjoyable for the most part, but when I was inevitably interrupted (college isn't the best time in life to play story-based games, y'know?) from playing every day or so, I lost interest in finishing the game. Unfortunately, there was no incentive to keep me coming back for more.
Just started Arkham Asylum. Cant see what the fuss is about.
" So... you've played like 5 minutes? "I fell in love with the game in the first 5 minutes! So much show I platinum'd it. /lolshowingoff
As for the OP: Yeah it does get better but play for atleast an hour and if your not 'feeling it' by then then you won't like this game.
On the combat? So simple yet so satisfying.
There were a few amazing parts, but I don't really understand the hype either. I mean, it's a solid game, fun from start to finish, and it's awesome that Batman is finally in a good game. I understand all of that, but there are definitely better action games out there.
" There were a few amazing parts, but I don't really understand the hype either. I mean, it's a solid game, fun from start to finish, and it's awesome that Batman is finally in a good game. I understand all of that, but there are definitely better action games out there. "Just curious as to what you would list as "better".
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