Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate

Global Total as of 23rd Aug 2014 (units): 0.26m
Platform: PlayStation VitaAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Armature Studio Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.11m 40.2%
+ Europe: 0.11m 40.2%
+ Rest of the World: 0.05m 19.5%
= Global 0.26m

Game Overview

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate is an action game developed by Armature Studio for Nintendo 3DSPlayStation Vita. It is released alongside its companion game Batman: Arkham Origins, but has a unique story and gameplay.

While patrolling Gotham, Batman captures Catwoman and takes her to Blackgate. Two weeks later, Captain Gordon contacts Batman to aid in the recapture of some inmates set free by an explosion. The prison is now divided into three main territories, each one held by the Joker, Penguin and Black Mask and Batman must defeat each to retake the prison.

http://gamewise.co/games/46410/Batman-Arkham-Origins-Blackgate

Comments

Kongfucius (on 09 April 2014)
This game continues to surprise me with
its success. Sure, 230k won't set the
world alight but for a western developed
handheld title, it's not bad. Might be
helped by the fact there are other 2D
side-scrollers on Vita like Muramasa and
Dragon's Crown, plus a slew of indies,
so it may actually be a pretty
attractive platform for fans of the
genre
Kresnik (on 15 December 2013)
Yeah, I thought this was doomed to do
terribly but it's had some legs,
especially in Europe. Might reach 200k
early in the new year, which wouldn't
be a complete disaster.

I wonder if
Europe is going to start pulling more
software weight on Vita. There's a lot
more out there than in the USA.
Kongfucius (on 15 December 2013)
This has recovered from its terrible FW
pretty well, seems to be about to ride a
nice christmas boost. LTD is could end
at respectable levels
eFKac (on 05 December 2013)
It sold shitty on its own merit though.
So I'm not expecting another Batman
game on the Vita anytime soon. But yeah
the Western 3DS audience is the typical
Nintendo audience, kiddy games, and
Nintendo's evergreens sell well, not
much else.
GdaTyler (on 04 November 2013)
It sold more than the 3DS version.
Interesting....
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