Game review: Batman Arkham Cit: Harley Quinn’s Revenge

Now this is what you really want from download content. Too often we have to make do with new skins or a couple of extra maps, but Harley Quinn’s Revenge adds approximately another two hours to the single player campaign in one of the best games of 2011, Batman Arkham City.

Once again you swing into action to save Gotham with a mix of stealth, fisticuffs and Bat-gadgets as you face The Joker’s equally demented girlfriend.

The biggest draw has to be the chance to take control of The Boy Wonder himself, Robin, in the story mode. It adds a fresh twist to the gameplay, giving you a new skill set and special moves with which to experiment.

Batman Arkham City: Harley Quinn’s Revenge

Warner Bros, PS3/Xbox 360, £7.99/800 MS Points,