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Warner Bros. has revealed another of the eight assassins hunting poor little Batboy in Batman: Arkham Origins, the fiendish Firefly. He both flies and has fire! The new Gamescom trailer and screenshots also show off more of The Bat's adventures and escapades with other heroes and villains, including his meeting with Jim Gordon. Read more

The central problem of Invisible Predator Online, Akrham Origin's new multiplayer mode: Batman isn't enough of a badass. In fact, he barely seems relevant. Read more

Batman: Arkham Origins will have online multiplayer. You're now free to debate the merits of this decision. Read more

Copperhead is joining the Arkham Origins roster. See HER go against Batman in this new trailer. Read more

Warner Bros has confirmed that the Deathstroke DLC, previously only announced for the PC, PS3, and 360 versions of Batman: Arkham Origins, will be coming to the Wii U as well. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Jun 11, 2013 6:00AM PDT

You've watched the cinematic trailer and read our preview (I trust you), which means marketing now deems you sufficiently informed to watch actual Batman: Arkham Origins gameplay. Warner Bros dropped the debut trailer during Sony's pre-E3 press conference last night, showing some merry old BIFF!ing and POW!ing as various villains attempt to cash a bounty on the Bat's head. Read more

Kevin Conroy briefly issued a tweet to clarify yesterday's report that he would be playing a voice in the next Arkham, but quickly deleted it. It seems to imply another Arkham game in the works besides Origins. Read more

Iconic Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy says he's just finished a long stint of work on the next Arkham game, but didn't directly say he'll be playing the Dark Knight. Read more

According to developer WB Montreal, Origins will show off a "rawer, scarier Batman." So, of course they got the voice of Sonic the Hedgehog to play Batman this time around. (We're not kidding.) Read more

While Origins doesn't reinvent the Batman wheel to the same degree that the first two Arkham games have, it's clear that WB Montreal has the chops to make a game worthy of the name. Read more