Hard to tell at this point, but I'm hoping that it will be just as good and possibly even better than Arkham City. Even if it's just as good as Arkham City, I'll still be happy.
Choose anyway lol
But none of the choices really reflect how I how feel about it. :P
In terms of gameplay it will be better than Asylum because its cities gameplay, but in terms of story or atmosphere that is yet to be seen, as for city, well its got one hell of a job to beat that in any aspect but thats just my opinion either way I think it will be great.
@deathpoolthet1000: What else did they supposedly "rip" from Godzilla, other than those two boss fights? How else could they have even done Clay-face? How does this even effect how fun the game was to play, or even the story in the game, other than Jokerzilla (I agree that was horrible)?
@dctv3363:People has this point of view it would work as a movie, as comics books and pretty much is how Batman should be in everything.
It was a great game, but the whole i have to face a giant Godzilla monster get me out of things, is like if i am reading a Batman comic and then Godzilla get in there, it obviously take me totally out of place, its like el giants in Resident Evil 4, there was better ideas for final bosses that giant ones, the best boss fight in Resident Evil 4 is with Krauser, i totally belive facing giant monsters take you out of the game.
Besides that taking villains from Godzilla is a bad idea, i mean Killercroc looks like Godzilla now.
Besides if you are gong to steal the Godzilla villains, take the beste ones, Hedorah has to be the most awful Godzilla villain ever.
@deathpoolthet1000: Its usually agreed that Jokerzilla was terrible, people like the game in spite of that. Clayface was completely appropriate and made the entire story make sense. All of those were boss fights, and were designed as such. I don't think that people are referring to the boss fights when they say they want the movies to be more like the arkham games, I could be wrong though I don't know what other people are thinking. Personally I would think it would have more to do with the overall tone, mixing realism with fantasy. I'm still not seeing the Godzilla comparisons at all, Killer Croc looks like Killer Croc (When he's monstrous, which he usually is in most comics post 2000), and Poision Ivy using a giant mutant plant is nothing new.
@dctv3363: I remember Lego Batman 2, Ivy didnt need giant biollante type enemy, even when the elements of fantasy were in there, you didnt saw things like this going on, sure we get giant robots or battles in the middle of the air, but it never gest into the point it take me out of the game, with the Arkham one did take me out of the game.
Also, people that keep talking about Arkham and movies point killer croc as an example of what they want, i mean i liked him in Gotham Knight, but noiw he looks like Lizard i mean movie Lizard looks exactly like Killercrock looks now.
@deathpoolthet1000: Yeah, but in all fairness Killer Croc looked like that long before Movie Lizard (though the mainstream audience would probably think he was a rip-off). I guess I see your point on the Poison Ivy fight drawing you out of the game, but I was mainly just saying that I don't think that boss fight was ripping off a character from Godzilla.
I think it will be better than City,they're using obscure characters which makes the story line unpredictable and the said characters are also different and unique enough to give us exciting boss battles,I applaud their decision to use such characters instead of spamming us with the same old characters who have been played out
skeptical for now. it reeks of batman glorification.
A Batman game that glorifies Batman? ZOMG.