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No Batman: Arkham City Spoilers Here!

Posted on Friday, September 30 @ 11:36:45 Eastern by

There are literally tons of places you can go for all of your gaming news. We live and work and play in an industry designed around fantasy, suspense, and action. Games are growing more and more capable of drawing players in and teaching them or titillating them or even surprising them. One thing I'd personally like to recognize, as someone anticipating many games as hotly as you are, is the power of destruction spoilers can have.

News today surfaced from a very recent Batman: Arkham City preview event that's made a splash as revealing a major spoiler from the game's campaign. It's true that Rocksteady's Machismo of Marketing Dax Ginn was on hand to inform journalists that they were more than welcome to report on this spoiler.

It's also true that it should the choice of the gamer whether they are in on it or not. Let's be very clear:

GameRevolution isn't about to spoil Batman: Arkham City or any other game in such a way.

If you want spoilers, we can deliver them to you, but we're not about to plaster them all over our front page. We're not going to tell you what happens or what doesn't happen. We're not going to paper over it by saying that what we saw could be misdirection.

That's bull shit.

I'm frankly pissed at having something so important spoiled for me today. If you've been the victim of spoilers today, or at anytime in the growing pantheon of video games, share that hurt with us in the comments. While you're doing that, enjoy some new Batman: Arkham City screens.


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