Undoubtedly one of the greatest and most influential comic book video games in history, setting the standard for superhero games and our expectations for what the future holds for them. The video games put you in the boots of the Dark Knight and pits you up against some of his various villains. The world Rocksteady created through their games and the story arch they have crafted is one of the best Batman stories, matching up against some of his great comic books. Now let us take a look at the Arkham series and rank them from worst to best. We will only be looking at the major releases on consoles, any mobile games like Batman: Arkham City Lockdown and Arkham Underworld will not be included.
It has featured prominently in the various continuities of the DC Multiverse. Depicted as a remote, labyrinthine stone facility, Arkham has housed many of Batman's most notorious foes, including Joker , Riddler , Two-Face , and the Scarecrow. Jeremiah Arkham is the asylum's current director. Within the Batman mythos, Arkham Asylum was named for the mother of Amadeus Arkham , a Gotham psychiatrist who founded the institution after his mother's mental illness led to her untimely death in reality, Amadeus had euthanized her, although he repressed that memory. According to Batman Unauthorized: Vigilantes, Jokers, and Heroes in Gotham City , a compilation of contemporary analyses edited by Dennis O'Neil , the asylum was named for a somewhat similar facility known as "Arkham Sanitarium" mentioned in the horror fiction of Howard Phillips Lovecraft.
Wally Wingert. The Riddler is a supporting character in the video game, Batman: Arkham Asylum. The Riddler contacts Batman via radio and gives him the task of completing "Riddler Challenges" spread across Arkham Island.
This game has revisional differences. This game has anti-piracy features. Players who hack the game's files in the PC version can play as well, as long as it is not the Game of The Year edition. The game features copy protection in the form of game-breaking glitches designed to stop pirates from going very far into the game.