Inventory: Please don’t keep me waiting: 76 of our most anticipated entertainments of 2015, part 2

41. Batman: Arkham Knight (June 2)

Rocksteady Studios’ Arkham games have been one of the great pleasures in recent gaming. Comic-book based games that actually captured what it felt like to be Batman, the games married interesting stealth gameplay to deeply satisfying combat without weakening either. And while 2013’s Batman: Arkham Origins, developed by a different studio, met with lackluster response, there’s no reason to think that the Rocksteady-developed Arkham Knight will be anything but a return to form. Sure, the addition of a machine-gun-firing Batmobile and increased violence might suggest mission creep, but Rocksteady has twice demonstrated that it “gets” Batman, and there’s no reason to think it won’t show that same talent while pitting the caped crusader against the titled new villain. [William Hughes]

42. Paper Towns (June 5)

If John Green proved anything with The Fault In Our Stars, it’s that he …

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