Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City are 66% and 50% off on Steam

Why couldn’t both of these games be 50% off? Two different cuts just make the headline look stupid. Thanks for making my headline look stupid, Warner Brothers, you stupids.

Anyway, if you use Steam and you’ve yet to sample the delights of Rocksteady’s fantastic Batman games, then you’ll want to have your wallets ready this weekend. Batman: Arkham Asylum is 66% cheaper than usual, while its followup Arkham City is 50% off. That’s a city full of lunatics for a pathetic $14.99 and a Joker-ruled nuthouse for a ludicrous $6.99. Definitely worth getting.

You could also get both games, and subsequent DLC, in the Batman Arkham Bundle for $29.99. That’s a 58% saving.

I love both of these games and that’s a silly price for the pair of them. If you haven’t picked either of these games up yet, you’d be a dribbling lunatic to miss out now.

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5 Comments on Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City are 66% and 50% off on Steam

tiagonal

On May 5, 2012 at 5:17 am

Yeh, yeh, I’ve seen better offers in OnLive, plus you don’t need a huge ass PC.

SXO

On May 5, 2012 at 8:13 am

@tiagonal To each his/her own I suppose. I happen to like my “huge ass PC” since it lets me do things I can’t do with games on services like OnLive, such as maxing out graphics, physics & audio quality (which OnLive doesn’t), and more importantly, modding. It’s like comparing Netflix’s streaming service to watching the same content on Bluray. If your priority is simply convenience, and perhaps cost, then obviously the streaming service is perfectly suitable. But if you value quality instead, you’d opt for the Bluray instead.

wallydog1

On May 5, 2012 at 10:28 am

SXO Well said. tiagonal has Pc envy, after all, what is a console but a cheap ass pc. Open it up and what do you find. A motherboard, cpu, ram, a hard drive (sometimes), video chip, sound chip. OMG it’s a cheap ass pc without an operating system and the good stuff, like a high end video card (not a chip), or a fast processor and decent sound card and lots of ram. Yep, sounds like pc envy to me.

tiagonal

On May 5, 2012 at 2:06 pm

@wallydog1 Indeed SXO is right, convenience and cost. Yet you totally haven’t heard of OnLive, you can’t simply open it up. PC envy! I used to have my o’clocked Asus, but then I had to move around all day. OnLive was meant for me.

Tiagonal

On May 5, 2012 at 3:16 pm

As about now, Arkham Asylum is 5USD, and Arkham City is 7USD, in OnLive. Instant gaming at hand.