This unofficial manual for Batman: Arkham Knight is a thorough guide into this complex game. The basic assumption is to help the player solve the most frequently encountered problems, as well as to discuss the entire contents of the game. This guide has been divided into two main parts.
The first one comprises of walkthrough for the game's main storyline and for side missions, which are connected with locating dangerous criminals and capturing them. Descriptions of the individual missions, among others, provide information exploration, combat, sneaking, using the batmobile and fighting game bosses also, a separate chapter has been devoted to them).
The second part of the guide comprises, predominantly, of a comprehensive description of all the activities connected with the Riddler. The rest of the chapters provide among others, walkthroughs for all then of the Riddler trials and information of the whereabouts of all the 243 available puzzles screenshots + detailed maps . Apart from that, the second part of this guide provides descriptions of Augmented Reality Training events, where you need to prove your expertise at fighting, melee combat or driving the batmobile.
This has been complemented with the development of the Batman (the best abilities) and winning trophies. Batman: Arkham Knight is the fourth installment of the game developed by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, where you take control of the Batman and where you get to explore the virtual Gotham City. Like in the previous installments, you are going to take on many challenges, where you have to struggle against the criminals made famous by the comic books. In itself, also the city houses many interesting secrets, which wait for you to discover them. It is worth adding that, for the first time in the history of the franchise, you can explore the are not only by yourself, but also using the batmobile.
This guide has been color coded in the following manner:
- Brown has been used for all the important NPCs. This goes for both the Batman's allies (e.g. Commissioner Gordon), and for hostiles (e.g. the Penguin).
- Blue has been used for the names of the individual districts within Gotham as well as the key locations that you visit, e.g. the police station.
- Green has been used for all the items that you obtain throughout the game. This goes for new gadgets, or mission-specific items (access card, etc). All depending on the context.
- Orange has been used for those of the moments, where you need to make use of a specific object, in order to push the mission forward (e.g. the batarang or the explosive gel).
Jacek "Stranger" Halas (www.gamepressure.com)
About Batman: Arkham Knight Game Guide & Walkthrough
Author : Jacek "Stranger" Halas for gamepressure.com
Guide contains : 179 pages, 842 images, 8 maps and annotated illustrations.
Last update : May 11, 2016, visit Walkthrough
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Batman: Arkham Knight Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: RockSteady Studios
- publisher: Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
- platform: PC, PS4, XONE
- rated: PEGI: Age 18+ / ESRB: Mature
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