On August 25, 2009, Batman Arkham Asylum was released, a Rocksteady game dedicated to the Dark Knight that also gave rise to two sequels (Batman Arkham City and Arkham Knight) and various spin-offs like Batman Arkham Origins and Origins Blackgate.
Even Mark Hamill wanted to celebrate (slightly late) the tenth anniversary of Batman Arkham Asylum by posting a message on Twitter: ” It ‘was great to return to dress up the Joker for the first time since the animated series, free from censorship of TV we were able to give life to a character even more crazy, sadistic and evil. “Hamill has taken over the role of the Joker in Arkham Asylum more than fifteen years after the conclusion of Batman The Animated Series, a very popular animated series.
As for the future videogame of the Batman all is quiet, according to some recent rumors WB Games would have recently canceled a Batman game starring Damian Wayne, the project in question would have been carried out by WB Games Montreal (already authors of Batman Arkham Origins ) and then interrupted for reasons not specified.
The English studio Rocksteady does not seem to be working on a Batman game, rumors speak of a new title based on Suicide Squad or other superheroes of the DC universe.
It felt fantastic to get behind the wheel of that crazy clown car again for the 1st time since the animated series. Free from the restrictions of TV censors-we were able to explore a more complex version of the character that was more vicious & sadistic than ever before!?#NoJoke https://t.co/IHxgXj9idK
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) August 26, 2019