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October 18, 2011

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 Written by Alex Roth  on November 22, 2011

Batman: Arkham City News: The Robin DLC pack is $7 on the PSN Store and Xbox Live Marketplace. Serve your foes brutal justice when you play as Batman's kick ass sidekick.

As of today, Robin has become the latest DLC addition to Batman: Arkham City's line-up. For $7, you can take the boy wonder for a spin in the game's challenge mode. The Robin DLC pack is available for download on Xbox Live and PSN today.

The Robin DLC is a similar release to the Nightwing DLC, which also included alternate character skins and new challenge mode levels. Just like all the heroes of Batman: Arkham City, Robin has own unique fighting style and insidious gadgets. Check them out in the video below.

For the Batman-savy, this is the Tim Drake Robin, the third man to pick up the mantle of Batman's sidekick. This is after Dick Grayson became Nightwing, and Jason Todd, the second Robin, was murdered by the Joker.

While challenge mode is all well and good, we all know how much fun it would be to take Robin, Nightwing, and any future DLC characters into the Arkham City sandbox. While Warner Brothers and Rocksteady have given no hints as to this happening, Gaming Target remains vigilant for further details.

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