Screenshot Saturday: The Arkham Knight Rises


Holy Arkham Knight, Batman! Warner Bros. dropped the first screenshots from Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy closer this week, and in addition to looking straight up spectacular they reveal the eponymous Arkham Knight, an original supervillain specifically designed for the game in collaboration with DC Comics.

TopWare and Reality Pump’s gritty pirate RPG Raven’s Cry also returns to the headlines with a new website (, a new ship date (October 14th), and yes, new screenshots.

Another standout this week is Not a Hero, a 2¼D side-scrolling cover-based shooter from OlliOlli developer Roll7 and indie publisher Devolver Digital, scheduled for a fall launch on Steam and next-gen consoles. It seems like a perfect mate for the Vita, so hopefully it’ll go handheld shooting at some point as well.

Check out new galleries for these games and more below!

Batman: Arkham Knight (PC, PS4, Xbox One):
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Raven’s Cry (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360):
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Not a Hero (PC/Mac/Linux, Next-Gen Consoles):
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Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within (Android, iOS, PC/Mac, PS3, PS4, Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One):
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Flying Hamster II: Knight of the Golden Seed (PC and possibly 3DS, PS4, Vita, Wii U, Xbox One):
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EverQuest Next Landmark (PC):
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Forza Motorsport 5 – Top Gear Car Pack (Xbox One):
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Kinect Sports Rivals (Xbox One):
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Dungeon of the Endless (Steam Early Access):
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Shadowrun Online (Android, iOS, Ouya, PC/Mac/Linux):
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Mushroom 11 (PC/Mac, plus Consoles and Handhelds):
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Randal’s Monday (PC):
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Vector Thrust (PC):
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Mordheim: City of the Damned (Platforms TBA):
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Table Top Racing (Vita):
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