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About Batman: Arkham Knight TV Commercial, 'How the Batman Died' Song by Muse

Play through the final installment of the Arkham franchise "Batman: Arkham Knight" available June 23, 2015. Experience the fun of flying through the skies, battling villains and finally be able to drive the Batmobile on the Play Station 4. This game is rated M for mature.

iSpot Review — July 24, 2015

Superheroes have been around for a long time, but very few have weathered that test of time and remained at the top. But what makes Batman so popular to fans is that even though he's a superhero, he doesn't actually have any superpowers. He can't fly, he can't punch a hole into a tank with his fist and he certainly won't turn green if there's an oblivious driver in the left lane driving under the speed limit. Batman is universally known throughout the comic book world as the world's greatest detective, billionaire and philanthropist. Grandparents and their grandchildren can all enjoy Batman regardless of what era they saw him in because his cool factor has never dropped.

Batman: Arkham Knight is the fourth and final installment of the Batman: Arkham series. In this 30-second teaser titled, "How the Batman Died", we're given a fair amount of amazing game play. Not only do you get to play as the Dark Knight in a sandbox-style area where you're free to go wherever you want and do whatever you want, you also get access to all of his sweet gadgets and tools to fight crime. Throw in an endless amount of bad guys to deliver that sweet, face-punching justice we're all so accustomed to, and we've got a pretty good video game. But to top it all off, we're finally given the keys to Bruce's sweet ride, the Batmobile. You hear that? That's the inner-child in everybody screaming louder than a teenage girl during the golden era of boy bands.



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