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Batman Arkham Origins mobile pre-PS3, Xbox 360 review

With the Batman: Arkham Origins for the PS3 and Xbox 360 due for release in a few days, the mobile version is already available to download on the App Store, and early reviews look about average. Okay, the review scores are not going to make you stop everything you are doing so you can download the game, but then again you might considering it is free.

The latest Batman games have been a breath of fresh air, just like the movies, but it is always a risk porting a popular game franchise over to a mobile device. However, with the latest mobile devices getting some worthy hardware upgrades, this is less of a concern — apart from the controls that is.

We cannot wait to see how well Batman: Arkham Origins performs on the iPad 5, which we expect will offer 64-bit graphics, although a game designed to take full advantage of the improved graphics will be far better.

Batman: Arkham Origins mobile review round up — There have already been a few reviews for this new game, such as Touch, Tap, Play, who says the game is fun for a few minutes, but then became rather repetitive.

Comicbook says that the mobile version of the game is not an immersive experience, but is perfect for those who cannot wait for the console release.

Modojo has given Batman: Arkham Origins mobile a review score of 3.5 out of 5 because they say it will get a little boring at times, but will also put a smile on your face as well.

It is clear the Batman: Arkham Origins for mobile devices will not keep you occupied for long, but then again you only have four more days for the release of the console version.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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