Curious what will be the differentiating factor between Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition Wii U to the previous version? At least the box art was recently released by Warner Bros.. prescribed by hand where the Caped Crusader powered by electricity. Chek it out!
The newest version of this popular game will include all the content previously Arkham City releases on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, as well as get additional Armored Battle Tech. Not only that, the Wii U’s version of Catwoman will get a new look and, just as Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition on the cover, his hands are also powered by electricity.
Nintendo Press Conference at E3 2012 this time may seem a little less fanfare, perhaps because Satoru Iwata has given a glimpse of the WiiU at E3 2012 Live Stream Pre, or maybe because Nintendo did not show a lot of seed ip for WiiU (no Metroid, Zelda, Donkey Kong , Star Fox, etc.). Still, the appearance of Nintendo this time I think the best when compared to the other two console developers.
From the row of games shown at Nintendo’s press conference, Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition is one of the most caught my attention. Not because finally you can play without having to pay catwoman (who had also reportedly free for PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, but eventually turned into DLC, publisher matre basis), but because the use of a gamepad WiiU pretty cool. From the trailer below you can see some things that will be done using a gamepad WiiU. The first is to detect clues in detective mode, you must move the WiiU gamepad, around the room until you can find the desired directions. WiiU game pad is also used to access various inventory and menus. But the cool thing is, you can use the gamepad to control remote Batarang, and you can use it to activate the explosives. Oh yes, later, Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition also has a new mode called BAT mode. Once you’ve filled your meter BAT (done by hitting the enemy), then you can access this mode BAT. BAT mode alone will make time slow, and the movement will be more awesome Batman.
We all know that Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition will re-release on the Wii U in the form of Armored Edition. But what makes it different from previous versions? Content more? Or just bonus armor? Trailer following describes in great detail how to play a more interactive and easier to use the second screen on the Wii U GamePad.
As you can see in the video above, you can now access the Bat Computer quickly through the second screen on the GamePad. In addition, Warner Bros. Games Montreal has also added some new features such as BAT mode. In addition, Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition will also be equipped by all DLC available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
So what, are you going to buy Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition on Wii U? This game itself has been scheduled for release on 30 November, or only every few weeks after the release of Nintendo’s newest console in North America.