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Rename Prince Salim I to Prince Selim I because I misspelled his name when I made the entry. I have his name spelled correctly in the deck and in the character description, so it's just his name that needs to be changed.

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@inevpatoria: It was Batman Day, sorry had to wait for my Karma to drop. I will say you provided a well-crafted argument. I'd say Bale's rendition of Batman is how I'd envision a real-life, Batman, whereas Affleck and Keaton are closer to the source material. My personal favorite is Conroy because whenever I pick up a Batman comic or book his Batman voice is the one I hear when reading Batman's dialogue.

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@humanity: I hear you. My biggest issue Asylum was that the boss fights were too repetitive, with the exception of Poison Ivy and Joker they were all the same. Throw a Batarang at this big guy and dodge it, then attack it. City had more variety in its boss fights and a more colorful band of villains on top of that. I personally actually liked the open world, I felt it gave me opportunities to explore the nature of Rocksteady's depiction of Gotham City. I also liked how they added more sidequests to the game so players can interact with their favorite Batman villains if they weren't included in the main story.

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AC III was amazing. Easily the best in the franchise. I'm hoping this game's more like Origins because City was just downright terrible. City was the exact opposite of what I wanted and expected from a sequel to Arkham Asylum. It forced you to traverse a clunky open world with no means of getting across the map in a quick manner. It failed to fix any of the problems I had with the original game. At least Origins tried to balance out the combat by giving you the shock gloves. In Asylum and City, Rocksteady threw tons of enemies at you at one time and expected you take them out while defeating a big bad guy. I have had to do many of those boss fights over and over again because of that. I can not take down all those bad guys at once.

I liked ACII better. City wasn't terrible it's the best of the series. I will have to agree with you the Shock Glove part I'm playing I am The Knight mode right now and when your in a combat encounter with a ton of enemies it's very annoying Pre-Shock Gloves. City was smarter about New Game Plus than Origins Because I had all my gadgets an stuff at the beginning but in Origins I don't so no shock gloves. Hopefully WB Games decides to include shock gloves even with Rocksteady being a part of this next project.

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@castiel: City's better that Asylum because there is more to once story is over than collect riddler trophies and solve riddles that's why when the came up with side quest you could have something else to do than collect trophies

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I would never compare that game to AC3. In Origins, you aren't forced to play for almost two hours as someone other than the main character, and the story isn't hidden from you in very stingy ways. Also, AC is a series that, despite having many iterations, still has flaws and needs work. The Arkham series is pretty well refined. So, mechanically, it is easily arguable to say that Origins has better gameplay than AC3, especially since they both do many similar things.

Also, how can you say it's one of your favorite games but then say that it's like AC3? It sounds more like you may just be tired of the series as a whole. Anyway, it will (ideally) be more like City. Though, I don't really know what that means. Comparing it to one or the other seems really reductive when Rocksteady has done a good job so far of differentiating the two games they developed from one another. So the most likely scenario is that it's unlike all three and has its own flavor.

I'm comparing the 2 games because they didn't live up to the Hype

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As look at Arkham Knight I wonder will it have all the stuff City had that made it fun or will it fail to own up to its hype like Origins? Arkham City is the best super hero/Batman game ever being predecessor to Asylum which already had high standards; but when it came to Origins I was letdown by 1 its story and 2 it copy and pastes the stuff we liked from City & Asylum but doesn't have the same ring but I did still enjoy Origins and it's 1 of my Favorite games but it's also another Assassin's Creed III if you know what I mean. So what's your thought?

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