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PublisherEdios StudioRocksteady Studios GenreAdventureRelease Date08/25/09

This future contract pays DKP equal to the Metascore Batman: Arkham Asylum (PS3) receives according to Metacritic. This contract expires two weeks after the game's release.

Arkham Asylum delayed?

Kotaku - May 1, 2008

Submitted by Rasyan (4558) at 8:43PM PST on May 4, 2009

According to "sources close to the game", the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum has been pushed back from its planned June release date to sometime later in the year. Speaking with Game Informer, the sources reckon the game will instead ship in the "fourth quarter of 2009". Apparently neither of the game's co-publishers, Eidos or Warner Bros., were willing to comment, which is interesting.
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Mark Hamill, You To Appear In Batman: Arkham Asylum

Kotaku - September 9, 2008

Submitted by necron101 (15) at 10:21PM PST on September 9, 2008

Fresh word from the GameStop expo in Las Vegas is that Mark Hamill, voice of the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series and face of Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, will have a starring role in the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum video game. The role? The Joker, naturally. Hamill will bring his finely tuned maniacal giggle to the Rocksteady Games developed release that was announced last month by way of Game Informer.
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Eidos: "As Close To Perfect As We've Ever...

Kotaku - April 9, 2009

Submitted by necron101 (15) at 11:47AM PST on April 9, 2009

Eidos' head of UK marketing Jon Brooke doesn't mince words. Speaking to MCV, Brooke extolled Batman's many virtues in a bombastic fashion sure to leave his fellow marketing professionals sweating, shaking, and reaching for a cigarette. "It's as close to perfect as we've ever come, it looks amazing, plays beautifully and has a rich twisting storyline with enormous replayability."
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Meet Poison Ivy, Arkham Asylum's Newest Inmate

Kotaku - May 22, 2009

Submitted by HouseOfRobo (803) at 12:58PM PST on May 22, 2009

Our first look at Poison Ivy in motion offers a peek at how Eidos and Batman: Arkham Asylum developer Rocksteady have interpreted the 43-year-old character.
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