Spoiler Alert - Batman: Arkham Knight Limited Edition
The most awaited game of the Batman Series, ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ is serious business in the gaming community any information in regard with the game is a priced piece of the information for players, but when this information borders on revealing an exciting story-line of the game then it is considered as a Spoiler-Alert.
The Amazon UK Limited Edition of ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ includes a statue of the World's Greatest Detective towering protectively (and, one must assume, figuratively) over the dark streets of Gotham. It's a really sexy piece of swag, and a whole lot nicer, in my opinion, than the Batmobile Edition we get here in North America. But It may also include a whooping big spoiler.
Read on at your own risk!
The spoiler—and I'm not kidding around here, this is your last chance—is in the engraving at the foot of the statue: "From a Grateful City in Memory of the Gotham Knight." That, obviously, implies that the Dark Knight is dead, a fate that presumably befalls him at some point over the course of the game.
We all know that superhero deaths carry about as much weight as Half-Life 3 confirmations: They die, they come back, life goes on. Superman did it, Spider-Man did it, Captain America did it; Batman hasn't actually done it yet, as far as I know, although he did bounce back nicely from being folded like a used hotel bed sheet by Bane.
This still represents a potential spoiler of a mighty big plot point. It’s hardly a far-fetched notion: Something awful happens, Batman disappears, Gotham mourns, and the Arkham Knight rises, Azrael-like, to bust skulls in a more viciously anti-hero fashion