We were told the Riddler would play a much larger role in Batman: Arkham City and here’s proof. In Arkham Asylum the Riddler’s role largely consistes of having Batman solve a bunch of illusion puzzles or locating hidden objects, but in this game he’s taken everything to the next level with traps that rival even the Jigsaw killer’s best work. The evolved investigative system and Batman’s wider array of tools will also play a bigger part in solving the myriad of traps and puzzles Batman will come across in Arkham City.
Now that the Riddler has put the lives of innocent civilians at risk it’ll be up to the Caped Crusader to take him out, and I’m sure he will. Arkham City releases on October 18th for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
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