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Batman: Arkham City Box Art Looks Okay

Posted on Wednesday, June 29 @ 11:39:15 Eastern by

To be brutally honest, I'm not amazed by the box art for Batman: Arkham City. It's good for sure and belongs on the shelf, but I'm just not visually knocked out by the black-and-white motif and the blood on Batman's gauntlets. Arkham City is just too good of a game for anything to be only okay with me. The PS3 version is made better because of its black and red design that blends perfectly with the image.

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