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  • Summary: As the dust settles in Gotham, Batman is lured back into Arkham City by its last remaining super-criminal; Harley Quinn. Now more dangerous than ever and leading a homicidal gang of her own, she is hell-bent on taking her revenge against the Dark Knight.
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  1. May 29, 2012
    It's pretty, it's fun to silently KO people with a bo staff, the voice acting is great, and an epilogue revolving around an emotionally broken Batman is intriguing.
  2. Jun 15, 2012
    If you are a Batman: Arkham City fan this DLC is a must-have for you. For the rest it's just not enough to justify its purchase.
  3. Jun 12, 2012
    Another little but tasty chunk of Batman-esque non-stop action, with the salty flavor of Robin, and the spicy touch of Harley "Sexy" Quinn.
  4. Jun 28, 2012
    It was a good adventure while it lasted but once I was out of Arkham City, I had no desire to go back there and this DLC does not change that.
  5. Jul 10, 2012
    Odd and strangely unengaging. [Issue#220, p.81]
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  1. May 29, 2012
    I am very lucky as I got this game on the release date.A very good sequel to the previous game Batman Arkham City.It is very interesting as evrything is so upgraded type. So my suggesstion buy one copy for yourself and enjoy Expand
  2. May 30, 2012
    This DLC was really good. The ending was little weird but it was still really good. It was challenging enough make you want to play it but after you complete it there is not much to do. I was really hoping for free roam with Robin but cant sad...But anyway the trophies were little easy you can get them all in one go. But I really liked it. There could have been few new Riddler challenges and few Combat/predator maps. Expand
  3. May 30, 2012
    A Good Piece of Downloadable Content. However, there is not much bang for your buck. what it is priced is just a bit too much for the amount of content that you are being provided. Still very good and very enjoyable and i would recommend picking this up if you enjoyed Arkham City or you just want to see how the story ends. Expand
  4. Jul 12, 2013
    So HQ's revenge is it worth it? 10 bucks for about 2 hours gameplay? Yes? No? Well, it's hard to say. This isn't bad DLC but not that good nether. It's very short but yes, you should download it, if you bought GOTY -version. And since you got Robin DLC as well, yeah, buy GOTY -version.

    It's not that good, compared to AC.
  5. Nov 19, 2012
    So in my opinion Batman Arkham City is the best game made in yonks. Harley Quins revenge takes place just after the end of the main story and that for me was a great starting place. Harley Quin wants to get revenge on Batman because she thinks he killed Joker. She traps him and its up to Robin to save the day. That's all which needs to be said about story. Its great, if a little short. Robins game-play is solid. Pretty much the same as his first DLC. You can't run around Arkham as him though. which is a shame. Worth the money if you liked the game. Expand
  6. Jun 29, 2012
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. i love the back story of Harley and joker, so when i heard this was was a must buy.
    The game play is what you expect from rocksteady, and the story is..well interesting. I liked the change of pace playing as Tim Drake's Robin, but this DLC is seriously short. If you want to prolong your Arkham City experience, then definitely purchase. But be warned it is very short
  7. Jan 23, 2013
    What I couldn't have imagined is that an epilogue DLC to such a great game would be such a letdown. HQR is set after the events of the main game and the basic premise is intriguing - Harley Quinn, mourning for her beloved, manages to kindap Batman himself and Robin must investigate this. However, it doesn't stand up to the expectations - the whole 2-hour experience is bland and adds nothing to the storyline or gameplay - just a bit more convict beating. Still waiting for Arkham 3. Expand

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