The Dorkly guys look at the tough position the Dark Knight would find himself in should he have run into Occupy Wall Street.
Brad's back with a vengeance, smacking down accusations that he's playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim incorrectly. Also: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Corpse Party, Fate/Extra, and, at last, our semi-epic fight over Batman: Arkham City. Plus: Details on how you can win BIG in our BIG holiday contest. With Brad Gallaway, Mike Bracken, Richard Naik, and Tim "BIG" Spaeth.
- Batman: Arkham City Review
- Corpse Party Review
- Fate/Extra Review
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Second Opinion
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HIGH Taking down Mr. Freeze.
LOW "That crazy bitch!" "I'll make you meow bitch!" "I want you to tear that bitch apart!" "Two guns, bitch!"
WTF Who the hell thought that creating Arkham City was a good idea?
It's unfortunate that the console video game industry has come to locking out single-player content to combat used game sales. The case of Batman: Arkham City is closing in on a feared worst-case scenario.
Why so Serious?
HIGH Watching what looks like a separately animated scene reveal itself as part of a level.
LOW Episodes that hang around long after they've stopped being interesting.
WTF Catman? Clock King? Every time I think I've seen the weirdest Batman villain…
Getting closer to the end of my "must-plays" of 2009, I just wrapped up Batman: Arkham Asylum on the PS3 a few minutes ago. I've got to say, this is one of those extremely rare times when I felt that all of the praise and accolades given to the game were well and truly deserved.
When in doubt, there is always a vent
HIGH The Scarecrow encounters.
LOW The omnipresent hint system that can't be turned off.
WTF Poison Ivy over Mr. Freeze? Seriously?