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Batman: Arkham City is the sequel to Arkham Asylum and features a bigger cast of characters and a story again written by Paul Dini, along with Paul Crocker and Sefton Hill. Set one year after Arkham Asylum, the game sees Batman incarcerated within Arkham City, a new super-prison based in the decaying urban slums of Gotham City and established by Quincy Sharp, the former warden of Arkham Asylum-turned-mayor of Gotham. While contending with various inmates taking advantage of Arkham City's lawlessness, Batman must uncover the secret behind a sinister scheme, code-named "Protocol 10", orchestrated by the facility's warden, Hugo Strange. At the same time, the Joker is slowly dying due to the unstable properties of the Titan formula in his blood (having injected himself with Titan in a failed attempt to defeat Batman at the end of the previous game), and infects Batman with his blood to force him to find a cure. Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill reprise their roles of as Batman and the Joker, respectively.
New Arkham City inmate and rising warlord, Two-Face devises a plan to publicly execute fellow prisoner Catwoman after she tries to steal back some of her ill-gotten gains from his hideout. Meanwhile, Gotham City itself has degenerated into a police state managed by Mayor Sharp, where citizens with the slightest trace of a criminal record find themselves shipped to the prison district. Those who dare to challenge Sharp's policies are the target of arranged disappearances, becoming political prisoners trapped behind Arkham's walls. Among these is Bruce Wayne, who holds a rally attacking the proposal of turning half his city into a walled-off reserve for criminally inclined persons. Segregated from society, he argues, they have become responsible for their own survival in an anarchic urban hell which is characterized by bloody gang wars.
Batman: Arkham City is a 2011 action-adventure video games developed by Rocksteady Studios. It is the sequel to the 2009 video game Batman: Arkham Asylum.