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Batman

Posted by Sir Voltex the Blue , in Video Games Jun 04 2013 · 75 views

Both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City are 75% off on Steam right now. I've only had a little bit of experience with Arkham City; that's the extent of my playing either game so far. I am going to buy one, and I only have enough in Steam to buy one - so I'm looking for recommendations. Arkham Asylum is a couple dollars cheaper (leaving the possibility open that another game comes out on a deal that I can pick up) and it's the first one - otherwise, I don't see any reasons to buy one over the other.
 
So, I'm asking you folk.

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Buy City. The controls are tighter, you get to play as multiple people, things are streamlined, and it's even more over the top than Asylum.

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If you're looking for a stronger and more coherent story with the ability to explore the most iconic location in Batman, Asylum is your best bet. City was better in every department EXCEPT story; I really city's plot was just all over the place plus the resolution to the Hugo Strange bit was a major letdown (hyped up to be major threat killed rather pathetically). If you had a PS3 you could play as joker in challenges. However it comes down to preference both are great games that are worth picking up. Though you may need Asylum to understand who Quincy Sharp is and why he's important.
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