5 People Batman Has Killed for Sure in the Arkham Games

author outsidexbox   3 years ago

Batman has a strict moral code that forbids him to kill criminals. Because if Batman were to kill people, he’d be no better than those he's bringing to justice. Right? But the latest Arkham Knight gameplay trailer reminds us the way Batman applies his moral code is getting more relaxed all the time. There’s no way the following five guys survived these bat attacks.

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