I actually loved Scarecrow. The redesign was fantastic and look pretty appropriately damaged, he had solid motives (not only being an established villain, but adding the madness from being disfigured), and he had time. The incident happens in Asylum, it's teased in City, and his plan comes to fruition in Knight. It reminded me a lot of Death of the Family. A villain becoming disfigured, slinking off to plan, and coming back more vile and powerful than ever. >Joker
I even somewhat enjoyed the Joker stuff, to be honest. It was an interesting idea and made for some pretty cool hallucinations, but I can understand the criticism of Joker oversaturation. would have preferred another reason for the hallucinations, like Batman's guilt or PTSD, as opposed to having him be literally poisoned. It would have felt more organic and we would have gotten a better understanding of Batman's genuine mental state, instead of it being chalked up to toxin. >Arkham Knight
Holy fuck, was it bad. We're on fucking /co/, so no doubt all of us knew from the beginning it was gonna be Jason. I even started getting into some serious denial as I played the game.>Of course it's not Jason, the writers wouldn't be that fucking stupid after treating his identity like a genuine mystery.
It should have been someone else, if he even should have existed at all. Damian Wayne would have been better. I was really hoping that the Red Hood DLC would just be a one-off, maybe explain why we didn't see Jason until the last entry.