Rocksteady, the makers of the hit game: Arkham City, developing a Batman game that will feature some of the Justice League members.
DC may be having trouble tackling the movie market with any superhero besides Batman, but they seem to have a better plan of attack in the video game world. Interestingly enough, two videogames featuring the Justice League are riding in on Batman's cape: Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes just launched in June and Rocksteady is developing a new Batman game that will feature several of the Justice League. This is in addition to a fighting game featuring the DC heroes due out next year: Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Rocksteady is the studio that developed Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, both extremely successful games both on the business side and with hardcore fans. The new title will focus on Batman's first encounter with the Joker and be set during the period where he founds the Justice League with Superman, Wonder Woman and other DC heroes.
With no other announcements about the product at recent gaming conventions such as E3, the game is probably still in development stage and won't be out until 2014 at the earliest.
Written or Contributed by: Jeremy Shane
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