Dealhacker: Get Batman Arkham Collection For $89.95

Dealhacker: Get Batman Arkham Collection For $89.95
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We don’t normally report on gaming deals, but this is arguably the best video game bundle we’ve seen in a generation. Warner Bros. Interactive is offering all three of its critically-acclaimed Batman games: Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City and the brand-new Batman: Arkham Origins for $89.95 on PC. You can also get it for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for $99.95.

The Batman: Arkham Collection Edition will be available in Australia on December 4 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC. All three titles are among the best games you’re likely to pay on current-gen systems — especially if you’re a Batman fan. Batman: Arkham Origins is currently retailing for around $80, which makes this great value for money if you don’t have the other games in the series.

One caveat: Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City will only be offered as digital downloads. Nevertheless, this is pretty great value for money and a fuss-free way to experience three of the best games from this generation — there isn’t a dud in the bunch.

Comments

  • I could be wrong, but I thought these were cheaper on Steam? I looked at the games, saw they had a 91 rating on MetaCritic, and hummed and harred about getting them (as they were cheap enough to make me take notice), but realised that I hadn’t even installed BioShock Infinite yet, nor finished Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, nor touched half of the games I have in there, so I decided against it.

      • Yeah, first two currently in the humble bundle if you pay over the $4.72 average (plus a whole bunch of other games), and Origins is $49,99 on Steam, so for PC gamers the full set can be got much cheaper.

  • Or you could pick up the first 2 in the humble bundle for about $5 (on the stingy side) and then wait for a Christmas Steam sale and pick up Origins for about $40. Total cost = almost half of this “bargain”.

  • Or you could just buy the first one and play it three times. It’s pretty much the same thing; fly, punch, repeat.

  • lol while I’ve heard these games are quite good.. this still seems pretty expensive.

    will be waiting til they are $6 each on steam sale, kthx

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