The 9 Best Batman Games

Batman, one of the most popular superheroes, is now on the agenda with the movie starring Robert Pattinson. While the movie is breaking box office records all over the world, let’s take a look at Batman’s adventure in the game world.

Batman: Arkham City

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PS 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Wii U

Arkham City maintains its place as the undisputed best of Batman games despite the passing years. With its story, dose of action and promise to the player, Arkham City had everything a Batman fan and gamer could ask for. Arkham City still finds its place among the productions that can be taught as a course on game design.

Batman: Arkham Asylum

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PS 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Classic Mac OS, Ouya

Arkham Asylum has become one of the best Batman games for its storytelling, mechanics and atmosphere. Successfully reflecting Batman’s dark theme, the game received positive comments from fans and critics. While repetitive in itself, these were all negligible issues and did not affect the praise the game received.


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Batman: Arkham Knight

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows

When the last link of the Arkham series debuted, it fell like a bombshell into the game world. Both the main villain of the game, its story, and the atmosphere of the game received a lot of praise. However, players agreed that the Batmobile episodes took them out of the story and felt compelled.

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Platforms: Android, iOS, Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, Wii U, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Classic Mac OS

We also see the Justice League characters in the production, which managed to get the highest score among Batman’s LEGO adventures. The production, which received praise from the critics, fails in artificial intelligence.


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Batman: The Enemy Within

Platforms: Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, macOS

This story-oriented Batman game, which came up with the formula of Telltale that we are used to, revealed the origins of the Joker as well as presenting the Riddler as the main villain. The game’s difficult puzzles and lack of detective feel were its downsides.

Lego Batman: The Video Game

Platforms: PS2, PS Portable, Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PS3, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Classic Mac OS, Macintosh operating systems

Although this game, which started the LEGO adventure of Batman, was generally praised, it was not without its shortcomings. The production, which stands out with its gameplay variety and pleasant atmosphere, unfortunately fell short in storytelling.


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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham 

Platforms: Android, iOS, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, Wii U, Microsoft Windows, macOS

In the third game of the series, as the name suggests, we were going beyond Gotham and helping Green Lantern. Centering on the uniquely entertaining style of LEGO games, the production, on the other hand, garnered mixed reviews as it did not offer innovation and the story was not very satisfying.

Batman: Arkham VR

Platforms: PS4, Microsoft Windows

Stepping into the virtual reality world, Batman, one of the best Batman games, was inviting players to experience his own world first hand. Players generally welcomed the game with positive comments. The points that the game received the most criticism were its short gameplay, repetition and simple puzzles.

Batman: Arkham Origins

Platforms: PS 3, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Wii U

The production, which is included in the popular Arkham trilogy, was not a bad game, but some glitches and errors with its release caused the game’s score to be relatively low. However, despite all this, the game promised an experience that was not bad at all with its boss battles, general story and atmosphere.

Written by Sophie Blake

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