May 222012
 
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The greatest detective ?n the w?rld returns t? clean u? the city ?f Arkham! this is the second entry in the groundbreaking video game franchise. The first blew the industry away with realistic graphics and an approach to the Batman character that was years in the making. A combat game with real strategy and resolve.The new game has the power of the first with some really neat new tools, gadgets and of course villains! Get the scoop, reviews, strategy and tips to play the best Batman game ever!

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Ultimate Guide for Batman: Arkham City

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The Call: Part 2

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Price: $12.99
 

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  • Interactive PVD game
  • Batman vs. the Joker
  • For ages 6 yrs. and up

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Team up with your favorite cartoon characters for a whole new gaming experience. This Interactive Adventure lets you join in the action. Using VideoNow XP buttons to advance the play, you not only watch a cartoon – but also take part in it. In the dark and rainy world of Gotham City, The Joker is at large. Using your powers of observation and game-playing skills, you must help Batman discover and foil the Joker’s evil plan. Remain alert – clues are everywhere and your quick reactions are needed to help the Caped Crusader save an innocent man and a helpless city. For use with your VideoNow XP System (sold separately).

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Videonow Personal Video Disc Interactive Adventure: Batman vs. The Joker

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Price: $17.95
 

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A journey behind the mask and into the mind of Gotham City?s Caped Crusader, timed for the summer 2012 release of The Dark Knight Rises Batman is one of the most compelling and enduring characters to come from the Golden Age of Comics, and interest in his story has only increased through countless incarnations since his first appearance in Detective Comics #27 in 1939. Why does this superhero without superpowers fascinate us? What does that fascination say about us? Batman and Psychology explores these and other intriguing questions about the masked vigilante, including: Does Batman have PTSD?

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