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Batman: Arkham City 360 Bundle Prowls the Night

Posted on Wednesday, September 28 @ 16:16:25 PST by

Do you often look down at your Xbox 360 and wonder why it's not wearing a cape and cowl? How often do you wish it was sporting a nice green, white, and purple get-up a la The Joker? Can't it at least have some neat Batman sound effects?

Nope. No it can't. Even with a Batman: Arkham City Xbox 360 S bundle, you won't find any Batman branding on the console itself. You won't find any on the controller either. In fact, you'll only be seeing Batman on the box and maybe while playing the copy of Batman: Arkham City that comes with it.

With the console still available only in Germany at this point, it's not yet known whether or not it'll make its way to other territories, but if there's no Batman on it, then would you even bother picking it up?

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