Batman Arkham Knight Review Roundup

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GameSpot — 7/10

“Arkham Knight is constantly trying to justify the Batmobile’s presence, forcing it upon you at nearly every opportunity.” –Kevin VanOrd [Full review]

IGN — 9.2/10

“The addition of tank combat thematically clashes with everything Batman stands for, but it is fun, and having access to the Batmobile for the first time gives us a new world of possibilities for interacting with Gotham City. Arkham Knight is an outstanding game on almost every level” – Dan Stapleton [Full review]

Polygon — 10/10

“After Arkham Knight, Batman has been perfected — and the end result is the best game of this console generation.” – Justin McElroy [Full review]

Batman: Arkham Knight — 9.5/10

“Rocksteady built a special experience that dazzles with its cleverness, intelligence, and ability to shift from kick-ass Batman moments to emotional gut punches to scenes stripped straight from some of Batman’s greatest comic book stories. Lock yourself away, avoid social media and friends, and finish this game. You won’t want this one spoiled for you.” – Andrew Reiner[Full review]

USGamer — 4/5

“Rocksteady absolutely nailed the feeling of being Batman and Arkham Knight only increases the scope of the original games. Yes, I got annoyed, but the moment-to-moment play of Batman: Arkham Knight is still amazing. If you’ve saved the Asylum and cleaned up the City, it’s worth finishing the Knight off.” – Mike Williams [Full review]

GamesRadar+ — 4/5

“An ambitious and successful end to Rocksteady’s trilogy, with a standard-setting open world you must experience. A superior main story and less Batmobile combat would’ve made a huge difference.” – Sam Roberts [Full review]

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