Batman: Arkham Asylum coming to the Mac on October 13th

Better late than never I guess. Feral Interactive has today announced that the smash-hit action adventure Batman: Arkham Asylum will be released for the Mac on Thursday, October 13th, 2011. For your interest, the game’s sequel is slated for release at the same month.
Developed by Rocksteady Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment with DC Entertainment for game consoles and PC, Batman: Arkham Asylum features an original story by Paul Dini, Batman writer and five-time Emmy Award-winner. Batman: Arkham Asylum pushes the envelope for action, adventure and superhero games, delivering a dark, atmospheric and entertaining adventure.
David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive said:
“Batman: Arkham Asylum is a game where all the individual elements, story, gameplay, design, music and voice acting all combine superbly to create an extraordinary experience.”
Batman: Arkham Asylum for the Mac will retail in North America for US $39.99, £29.99 (inc. VAT) in the UK and €34.99. (inc. VAT) throughout Europe. It will also be available online for direct download from a variety of digital partner sites worldwide including feralinteractive.com and the Mac App Store.
Minimum system requirements call for a 2.0 GHz Intel Mac with at least 2 GB RAM, 256 MB or better graphics card, and Mac OS X 10.6 or later. The following graphics cards are NOT supported: NVIDIA 7xxx series, ATI 1×00 and Intel GMA series.

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