Finished the story campaign of Batman: Arkham Knight for PS4. Overall I was very happy with the final game. The Batmobile is a bit funny to control and at times I think the game has a bit "too much" Batmobile and really forces you to use it a lot. The Batmobile is great when driving around Gotham or fighting the Arkham Knight's forces ("drone" tanks) but the Batmobile can get especially annoying in puzzle segments, especially Riddler Challenges. Graphically it's one of the best looking games I've ever seen on the PS4. I dare say it's on par with, or better than The Order: 1886. The sound track is awesome as is the sound effects and overall voice acting, especially with Kevin Conroy as Batman. The combat system is as slick as ever and I loved the dual phase combat moments when you got to team up with another character like Robin, Nightwing or Catwoman. It's a shame they didn't include more of those segments. There's heaps of content and plenty of side missions. It took me just shy of twenty hours to finish the game's story mode while doing some side missions. I haven't done all of them yet so I will be returning to Gotham soon. This game didn't seem to have as many villains as Batman: Arkham City, but it introduced more characters on Batman's side, giving more screen time to characters such as Gordon, Oracle and Robin. A near perfect game, except for some of the Batmobile's more clumsy moments as well as elements of the story. Major spoilers(will hide in white, sorry mobile users): The Arkham Knight's reveal was a bit lackluster. As soon as they mentioned "Jason Todd" I knew it was going to be him. I had suspicion prior to the game's release that the Arkham Knight was Jason, but my suspicion was confirmed when Batman had a flash back about Jason and then his character biography was unlocked. I found it strange how they essentially re-wrote Jason's canon... in the comics he was killed by the Joker, then later bought back to life (by something really stupid) before becoming the murderous vigilante Redhood. This was slightly re-written in the animated film Under the Redhood, where Jason was bought back to life by Ra'as Al Ghul via the Lazarus Pit, as a way to "make it up" to Batman for Jason's death, but he (Jason) came back wrong and kind of insane. But in Arkham Knight, it turns out Jason was never killed, but was in secret captivity for over a year by the Joker where he was tortured and broken. I guess while I knew the Arkham Knight was going to be Jason, I was excited for his reveal and I was just wanting him to take the mask off to 100% confirm my thoughts. End spoiler.