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With less than two weeks to go before Batman: Arkham Origins swoops its way into our living rooms and strangles us into submission, a new trailer has slunk out from the shadows revealing that the dark knight will also be aiming to take over your mobile.

The (Bat)mobile edition of Arkham Origins will reduce the complex gameplay of the console version into a joyously brutal brawler. You'll take on a host of villains and assassins from the DC universe, pummelling them to pulp in order to gain new skills and Batsuits (because no saviour of the night can do with a minimal wardrobe).

For any gamers who also own the console version, there's the added incentive of downloading the mobile version in order to unlock new content. We can't wait to start cracking skulls in the name of justice.

(Batman: Arkham Origins mobile will arrive on iOS and Android in December 2013)



(Images: YouTube)

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