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Tomopop Unboxes: Batman: Arkham City Collectors Edition

1:00 AM on 10.19.2011

Pedro Cortes

Features Editor

Batman: Arkham City is, without a doubt, one of the most anticipated releases of this year. Besides being a sequel to an amazing game, it's sheer ambition to create a bigger playground for Batman and his bizarre rouges gallery is worthy of attention. As if trying to match the game's larger scope, Rocksteady released a very nice collectors edition of the game that comes with an artbook, the Gotham Knight blu-ray, the soundtrack, additional downloadable goodies and a statue of the Bat created by Kotobukiya.

When it comes to Batman, there's no way that Kristina can resist. This of course means that she immediately picked up her pre-ordered copy of the Arkham City Collector's Edition and got me to record her opening it up. Hit the jump to watch this very excited Bat-fan-girl open up this sweet little package.


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Kristina also wanted to mention that the statue has a great texture. You'll be able to see this better when she reviews the figure later, but she wanted to make sure that you fine folks know that little detail.

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