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The upcoming game in Rocksteady's Batman series, Batman: Arkham Knight, has received an 'M for Mature' rating from the ESRB. The game is slated for a release on June 2 of this year.
Ahead of the release of Batman: Arkham Knight next year, Bundle Stars is offering a low price on the complete Batman Arkham series of games to add to your Steam library for the next three days.
Microsoft has now updated the previously released iOS Xbox SmartGlass app via iTunes, adding full support for Apple's new iPhone 5 along with some unnamed bug fixes.
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Nokia will release a limited edition Dark Knight Rises version of the Lumia 900 to the general public in parts of Europe later this year. Pricing has yet to be announced.
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