For years, superhero games seemed cursed to fail even before they were released. Apart from the brilliant Spider-Man 2 or the ridiculously fun Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, gamers knew that most developers simply cashed in on the license with a below average game loosely tied into the same world as some upcoming movie or TV series. Instead of trying to offer fans a genuine representation of their favourite heroes, the gameplay was always rushed, bland and mostly downright ugly. All hope seemed lost. But then, Rocksteady lit up the gaming world with the release of Arkham Asylum and changed the future of superhero games forever. Mediocrity won't ever again be accepted from fans with their masterpiece now acting as the blueprint for various new superhero games both released and still in development. But Rocksteady didn't just stand back and admire their 80+ Game of the Year awards, instead they released the even better Arkham CIty. Bigger and bolder, Arkham City took the restraints off of The Dark Knight and unleashed him on a whole city, handing the player the freedom to truly become The Bat. Is it even possible to improve upon Arkham City? The game was near perfect but then again, look at the jump at quality since Arkham Asylum. Rocksteady have hinted that this is the grand finale. Here's how they can go out with a rather large Bat-bang.