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  • GoodBytes - Tuesday, November 08, 2011 - link

    They can take all the time they need, as long as the game, once released on PC, is well optimized and polished, that is all that counts. Reply
  • Omega215D - Wednesday, November 09, 2011 - link

    I agree. I also don't mind the delay because I can save my money after having purchased the last 2 blockbuster games for the PC.

    Then again, since Batman is mostly single player gameplay maybe I can hold off till it drops in price.
  • imaheadcase - Tuesday, November 08, 2011 - link

    Anandtech slow to news i guess, its been delayed till nov 22 for a long time now. Reply
  • Mumrik - Tuesday, November 08, 2011 - link

    It's the new hot thing to do:

    1) Delay PC release at least two weeks. It's really in fear of PC piracy costing console sales, but make up some other excuse.

    2) Mess up and see the console version leaked to torrent sites at least a week before its launch date.

    At some point they've got to realize that 360 games are all over the torrent sites and are closing in pretty fast on PC torrents in popularity.
  • Black Patriot - Tuesday, November 08, 2011 - link

    Whilst I might suspect that of many publishers, WB and Rocksteady earned my respect with Arkham Asylum, one of the most polished (and stable) games I've played. It was delayed a few weeks to add in PhysX content, which I think added to the atmosphere of the game quite well. If they need a few more weeks to get the PC version of Arkham City up to their high standards then I'll manage, I've got plenty of other games to play while I wait.

    Take your time Rocksteady, get it right, don't rush it out.

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