Arkham City

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Dr. Jonathan Crane - In Other Media - Video Games
... Begins (a tie-in to the 2005 movie, voiced by Cillian Murphy), Lego Batman The Videogame, Batman Arkham Asylum, "Batman Arkham City" Batman The Brave and the Bold – The Videogame, DC Universe ... The Scarecrow appears as a recurring boss in Batman Arkham Asylum voiced by Dino Andrade ... he appears several times, flooding parts of Arkham Asylum with his fear toxin, causing Batman to suffer hallucinations, some depending on the situation in the game, followed ...
Catwoman - In Other Media - Video Games
... by Kemco, Catwoman is hired by Talia al Ghul to steal an ancient crystal skull from the Gotham City Museum ... a powerful weapon that will be capable of destroying an entire city ... again, flipped backwards, and went home to Arkham ...
Timothy Drake - In Other Media - Video Games
... Tim Drake is a playable character in all of the challenge maps Batman Arkham City, as well as appearing in the story voiced by Troy Baker ... The game's producers describe the new Arkham City Drake as a grittier, darker character to fit the tone of the new game series, perhaps being a cage fighter in his spare time to hone his ... keep watch over Gotham whilst he deals with events in Arkham City ...
Batman: Arkham Asylum - Sequel
... Batman Arkham City, set one year after the events of Arkham Asylum, is the sequel to the earlier game ... Manipulated by Hugo Strange, Gotham City's mayor Quincy Sharp closes Arkham Asylum and Blackgate prison, and converts a section of the city's slums into an open air prison known as Arkham City, to house ... While a wary Batman watches over the activities in Arkham City, the Joker is dying from his consumption of Titan ...
Batboat - Video Games - Batman: Arkham City
... The Batboat is mentioned in Batman Arkham City as being used by Batman to attempt to stop Joker's escape from Arkham Asylum, that took place before the events of Arkham City ...

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