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Wide array of well-done characters.
Satisfyingly bone-crunching combat.
Player movement is incredibly smooth.
Suspenseful and interesting story.
New Game-offers many benefits.
Engaging story with fantastic voice acting.
Big world with tons of quests and puzzles.
Smooth-flowing combat and traversal.
A Batcave's worth of fun gadgets.
Atmospheric, fascinating world rich with details and secrets.
Makes terrific use of a host of Batman characters.
Huge amounts of un-lockable content.
Ability to play as Catwoman puts a fun new spin on game play.
Enemy AI seems a bit slow at times.
Serious DX11 performance issues.
Can't change settings in game.
Three layers of DRM is overkill.
No PhysX on AMD GPUs.
Boss fights are too easy.
Borrows voraciously from previous game.
Some aspects of story and game play stretch suspension of disbelief too far.
Boss battles too easy.
Many side missions donít compare favorably with main game mode.
Keyboard control scheme isn't the greatest.
Needs some post-release patches.
Catwoman "Online Pass" is bound to be a hassle for used game buyers.
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