Batman: Arkham Asylum Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description:Arkham Asylum. An island hospital holding Gotham's criminally insane. Home to some of the city's most notorious supervillians, including Harley Quinn, Victor Zsasz and Killer Crod. Not exactly an island paradise - unless, of course, you're Batman. Follow the Caped Crusader into the mouth of madness in this quest to foil an evil plot hatched by the Joker. Explore the dark depths of Arkham as you unravel the mystery and dispatch Bat-themed vigilante justice. Use fingerprint scanners, your sonar resonator, Batarangs and other high-tech toys and weapons to investigate and take out bad guys. Batmobile not included. 
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