Batman: Arkham Collection brings together Asylum, City and Origins in one package

Batman: Arkham Collection

By on November 15, 2013 at 10:05 am

Warner Bros. send word that they’ll soon be releasing a Batman: Arkham Collection bundle in stores, which will bring all the Arkham games together.

The collection will release on December 4 in Australia, for a suggested retail price of $89.95 on PC (or $99.95 for Xbox 360 and PS3).

The PC version is a little bit special as both Asylum and City are the Game of the Year editions. Which is nice.

That said, if you’re really after great Bat-value, you can currently pick up both Asylum and City through the Humble Warner Bros. Bundle for just $4.72, and then throw Origins on top for just $37.50 by using the code GMG25-C8FGA-VFPGI at Green Man Gaming.

7 comments (Leave your own)

Sounds great but will they upgrade existing owners of said titles? It was nice to get GOTY editions for free although it did take a while.

 

Also you can get Batman Arkham Asylum and City for ~$5 with the Warner Bros. Humble Bundle.

Origins is fun, but it’s no Arkham City.

 

xanarax,

Yeah the humble bundle’s mentioned in the article. You can get all 3 for a lot less than the $89.95 asking price for PC mentioned there, it’s almost embarrassing they’d ask that much. What’s so special about this pack that warrants such a high asking price?

 

It’s standard RRP for a PC game, and it includes three PC games, one of which is a very recent release.

Comparing prices using things like digital retailers and Humble Bundles is silly, generally.

 

if you’re not desperate, wait another 6 to 12 months and Origins will have a GOTY edition too.

 

use the Green Man code above and also get the season pass for origins for an extra $15.
Only costs less than $58 for all that’s in that pack and more for less.

 
kinistoniscool

i already have goty for arkhan asylum and city, i’ll wait for origins to get a game and dlc collection edition, type of guy who will buy the game where all the dlc is included. Hate buying games, as of day one and buying dlc as they come out,

 
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