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City easily. The AK suit looks way too ironman-esque and robotic, while the AO suit looks too bulky for my tastes. City's suit gives us a Batsuit that obviously has armour to a degree yet still keeping close to the suit from the comics
Well this trailer certainly sets up the basic plot of the game. It's good to finally see the Scarecrow's revenge plan in motion since it was teased in Arkham City. With the trailer being narrated by Thomas Wayne and the inevitable "Nightmare sequences" Batman will probably be forced to endure by Scarecrow, hopefully we will get to hear Batman say "I am Vengeance. I am the Knight. I. Am. BATMAN!" at some point lol. There are also a few loose threads which weren't addressed in the trailer however and that would be Azreal's prophecy and Ra's al Ghul.
If you've been paying attention to all the data packets and extortion files, you know that Ra's al Ghul is the true main villain of the series. He is the one who manipulated Quincy Sharp into reopening the closed Arkham Asylum. He is the one who hires Hugo Strange and uses him to manipulate Sharp further, eventually opening Arkham City. He may even have some connection to the Titan formula. Batman defeated Ra's al Ghul in Arkham City but his body mysteriously disappears once the game is beaten. We all know as long as he has access to a Lazarus Pit, he will still cause problems. I believe he will play into Azreal's prophecy as well.
Azreal gave Batman a prophecy stating that he would play a major role in the end of the world. I've been wonder what this could be and rewatching Batman Beyond got me thinking. During the run of Batman Beyond, they would make reference to a historical event known as "The Near-Apocalypse of 09" but they never went into very much detail. All we know is it was an apocalyptic event which the original Batman participated in, (I would assume the Justice League was there as well), and it involved Ra's al Ghul. Considering that Paul Dini was the lead writer for the first two Arkham Games as well as Batman Beyond, I wonder if this is deliberate.
If Ra's al Ghul's body was taken by the League of Assassins and rejuvenated, then perhaps he will tie into Azreal's apocalypse.
god that will be so epic
I'm sorry but, are you still in the late 1800's?? Who'd follow that crap? Americans, right? Here in the UK and in most other countries I've visited (latin america mostly) mixed-race individuals are actually labeled as and considered mixed race rather than simply White or Black.
How come blacks from other countries don't bring all this up as often as Black Americans do?