First announced for a June release, Batman: Arkham Asylum managed to tease us until the end of August, which is hopefully for the best for such a great game. The game will only be released in a few hours here in Europe so here are the usual first 10 minutes of the game. There will be three videos, the first one only showing the complete introduction with the Joker's "delivery" at Arkham. It will soon be followed by two gameplay videos of the beginning of the game, focusing on the sequences that did not appear in the demo. You will get a chance to see some platforming sequences as well as witness Batman's talent for crime scene investigation. Update 2: Third and final part is up.
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