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BATMAN - The Telltale Series - Episode 2: Children of Arkham

Rating Summary

Based on 55 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

64%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 20, 2016
Xbox OneSep 20, 2016
PCSep 20, 2016

Developer: Telltale Games

Genre: Interactive Story

With Gotham City's first family mired in corruption, and an old friend now a dangerous adversary, the life of the Dark Knight is turned upside down. What was Thomas Wayne entangled in, and why was he killed? Determined to learn the truth about his father, Bruce sets out to question those involved in Gotham's criminal past. But which mask will he wear - The billionaire, or the bat? Huge decisions will forever change the Batman and the lives of those around him, as he meets the Children of Arkham.
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IGN

8 / 10.0
IGN

The second installment of Telltale's Batman takes all of the solid foundations established by Episode 1, trims most of the fat, and continues to build an engaging Dark Knight story in a unique and uncharted version of the D.C. legend’s universe. Old Bat-fans will get much more out of the unexpected twists and turns than a newcomer, but the relationships Bruce Wayne forms and develops with the people around him appeal equally.

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Telltale Games continue to be a formidable supervillain, and manage to turn Batman into the one thing he should never be: boring.

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An emotional roller-coaster ride that is often jolted by gun shots and unexpected plot developments

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Telltale gives Oswald Cobblepot some time in the limelight, but skimps on gameplay to do so.

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