Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate
Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate is an action-adventure game featuring Batman and other recognizable DC comics characters.
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Story & Themes
Meanwhile, Catwoman, who is also imprisoned, plays games with Batman by lying about the status of the hostages. It's clear that she has her own agenda.
The game features a young Batman meeting several key players in Gotham for the first time, including Catwoman, Bane, and (the future) Commissioner Gordon.
Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate's themes include ethics (Batman does not kill), trust, and gray area morality.
- Batman does not kill, but still engages in a great deal of combat that ends in enemies being knocked out. Essentially there isn't much difference between killing and knocking out; the difference is semantic, rather than mechanic. Do you think it still makes a difference in the gameplay?
- Would you have felt differently about the game had Batman killed his rivals?
- Does the fact that all characters in the game are "pretend" make this entire conversation irrelevant?
Action/Adventure, Shooter, Stealth
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Cannot be played online