Harley Quinn’s Revenge

Payback is a dish best served by someone Psychologically Unstable, and in DLC: Harley Quinn’s Revenge released as part of the Arkham City Game of the Year Edition we get to see Harley Quinn take the rein as a formidable villain. While this DLC was promoted as a definitive ending to the  Arkham City series, this gamer-girl you see before you  decided it was a must-play. The following review goes over the 2 hours worth of game-play offered by the DLC: the difference between playing as Robin and Batman through the campaign, and what the DLC has to offer to the overall story. If you haven’t played Batman: Arkham City, please avert thine eyes because the following review contains Spoilers & Easter Eggs found within the previous game.


“Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned.” Truer words have never been spoken. With the release of Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition, the featured definite end to the game DLC Harley Quinn’s Revenge will show Harley Quinn as a definite force to be reckoned with. For those who want to refresh their memory on the Dark Knight’s adventure into the infamous prison “Arkham City” can pick up the  Game of the Year Edition starting  May 29. The following is a full and more intriguing look at the what the DLC has to offer with playable characters Batman, and Robin.

Buying the Game of the Year Edition will give you all previously released downloadable content which includes: “Catwoman Pack,” “Nightwing Bundle Pack,” “Robin Bundle Pack,” “Challenge Map Pack” and “Arkham City Skins Pack”, as well as the new “Harley Quinn’s Revenge” content.  For those who own the original edition of Batman: Arkham City, and don’t want to get the new edition they will be able to download “Harley Quinn’s Revenge Pack” beginning May 29 on PlayStation Network ($9.99) and the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for 800 Microsoft Points.

The following sneak peek of what we can expect in ‘Harley Quinn’s Revenge’ is a perfect answer to the request of fans for more concrete involvement with both characters in the story line. Does this mean, that if there is another Batman game added to the popular franchise, RockSteady will add this same gameplay? Are you looking forward to this DLC’s definite ending to the story in Arkham City, let us know in the comments below.

Yesterday we showed you a new trailer for the DLC, Harley Quinn’s Revenge for Batman: Arkham City, today we’ve got gameplay footage. This comes courtesy of Game Trailers TV and it’s only a short preview tacked onto a longer segment about Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. Jump to the 18:10 mark for the Arkham City footage.

While earlier previews have focused on Harley Quinn strutting and putting Bats in his place, this time we get to see Batman in action as well as Robin, who’s been upgraded to a playable character for this DLC. Sadly, Harley Quinn’s Revenge is said to be the last DLC for Arkham City, but it looks to going out with a bang.

Harley Quinn’s Revenge releases May 29th as a DLC as well as being included in the “Game of the Year” edition of Arkham City. Plan to check it out? Puddin’ must be avenged!

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A few video game trailers hit the web today and I can (almost) guarantee you’re excited for at least one of them. One is the hotly anticipated Assassin’s Creed III, another is the final DLC pack to cap off Batman: Arkham City, Harley Quinn’s Revenge, and the third is a Transformers game based off the awesome ‘toon, Transformers Prime. Okay, I’ll admit I might be the only one excited about Transformers Prime, but I’m telling you guys, the show is superb and I hope so is the game.

Let’s check out this Assassin’s Creed III trailer which provides us our first look at some gameplay.

Holy. Shit. I feel more patriotic already. I was already hooked by the premise, Assassin’s in America, but after this trailer? Excuse me while I go pre-order. NOW. The game looks incredible! I was a little concerned about how things would transition to the American Revolution setting, for instance how easy would it be to use sneak attacks or quick escapes in a forest? Well, the trailer has abated any concerns I had. I mean, did you see it!?! You can assassinate a bear! Fine, you just kill it but I’d like to imagine that bear was on someone’s hit list.

Assassin’s Creed III releases for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on October 30.

What did you think it? Does it look like it’ll live up to previous game’s in the franchise?

Hit the jump for more game trailers!


It’s really no surprise Batman: Arkham City is being heralded as Game of the Year. Not only is it an amazing Batman game it’s one of the most expertly crafted video games and I encourage anyone who hasn’t yet played it, pick us this edition. The Game of the Year version comes with everything: all the DLC packs, the characters, the levels and the skins. I know you want to tear through Gotham as the Batman from The Dark Knight Returns.

Also included will be the final DLC, “Harley Quinn’s Revenge.” That’s right, she’s back and more than a little upset her puddin’ is dead. Check out the trailer below, including a small tease of the new DLC, as well as a bit of new art below.

The “Harley Quinn’s Revenge” mission sends players back into Arkham City to face their final challenge as they interchange between playing as both Batman and Robin. Gamers must utilize each of the characters’ unique combat and investigative skills to uncover Harley’s vengeful plan and shut the gates on the urban mega-prison forever. n addition to experiencing a new storyline, fans can explore new environments and face-off against Harley’s all new gang of thugs. 

Batman: Arkham City The Game of the Year edition, as well as the DLC “Harley Quinn’s Revenge” releases May 29th.

Source: Coming Soon