Welcome to my Batman: Arkham Knight Knightmare Difficulty Walkthrough. In this video I'll show you how to beat Part 4 which contains the street bomb, the tower, saving Catwoman from the Riddler and the Oracle / Arkham Knight detective sequence. This walkthrough also includes all cutscenes and helpful and entertaining commentary.
Batman: Arkham Knight - Knightmare Difficulty Playlist
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Awesome man. Yeah, I really enjoyed that detective scene too, it was very well done. In previous videos/games it was made clear that Batman was "The World's Greatest Detective," which is a reputation of his that I had never heard before. I guess from watching the big screen movies over the years I can see that, but it never really occurred to me that it was a major part of his rep. It kind of blew my mind and added a new dimension to my perception of Batman.
My wheels are starting to turn and I'm trying to think of who Arkham Knight might be. I can feel the tension building.
Well, at first I was thinking that it might be a disgruntled Robin, one maybe with deep resentment towards Batman for any number of reasons (e.g. always playing sidekick and second fiddle, never grinding with the no guns/killing rules, maybe viewing Batman as weak or a roadblock needing removal for him to realize his heroic ambitions).
This seems very far fetched and probably even laughable to someone who's significantly more knowledgeable about DC than I am. Anyways, I tossed that theory away but stuck with the idea that it was someone close to Batman, but who? Then the following pieces started adding up:
-The Joker's blood getting spread to people and most notably Batman himself
-The way that blood seems to cause hallucinations in Batman and lucid interactions with the 'spirit' of Joker
-How the blood affected the other people by basically causing them to adopt characteristics of the Joker
-How the physically impressive Arkham Knight exhibits cartoonish and mocking gestures that are incongruous (in my opinion) with someone who might be accustomed to physically dominating their environment; the flamboyant gestures are reminiscent of the Joker
-Batman's ominous glance at the single open cell that just might have to be for himself... err, the Arkham Knight.
If the Joker's blood can infect Batman's consciousness enough, then I suspect that the Arkham Knight is actually Batman--some strange unconscious version of Batman that's controlled by the Joker like a puppet from time to time. This enhances Batman's urgency in finding out how that one guy proved resistant to the Joker's blood since he perhaps knows that if he can't control the Joker inside of him, then he may well become an Arkham Knight type character. Still, it's not clear to me if Batman suspects he actually is the Arkham Knight.
There are surely holes in this theory, but I'll play it out and see what happens. I'm already wondering what's true or imagined, but we'll see.
Oh yeah! In my opinion the movies don't do it justice how good of a detective he actually is. For that aspect of Batman I think the comic books do it best. Or possibly the games and the animated films. Those really nail it! I'm glad you're liking this so far dude!
And oh really?? I'm curious to know who you might think it is. Feel free to leave your thoughts here, but no need if you don't want to yet. I won't spoil it either way :D
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