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Rocksteady: Arkham Asylum won't "be our best work, we still have places to go"


Rocksteady boss Sefton Hill has told Develop as far as it's concerned, Batman: Arkham Asylum was just the beginning of things for the developer.

Hill reckons the studio still hasn't "hit its peak" quite yet.

"As we were designing Arkham, our confidence as a studio had begun to grow," he said. "After the release it grew even further. Now I’m really excited, because, as a developer, I look at our team and I don’t think the studio has hit its peak. I still think we have places to go.

"I’ve seen us grow as a company – and I mean in terms of confidence and ability – and I genuinely can see us grow further still. I don’t think Arkham Asylum is going to be the best game we make. We’re growing and developing as a company all the time."

The studio's currently working on Arkham Asylum's follow-up, Arkham City, which was announced last week for a fall 2011 release on PS3, 360 and PC.

The first details from the game emerged yesterday.

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