Gaming Consoles & PCs Batman: Arkham City GOTY Edition Info by Eric Qualls Writer Former Lifewire writer Eric Qualls has been covering the Xbox line of consoles and Xbox games since August 2004. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Eric Qualls Updated on July 26, 2019 Photo from Amazon Consoles & PCs Xbox Buyer's Guide Tweet Share Email The GOTY Edition of Batman: Arkham City is a lot of things. It's a great package of DLC for a great game, it has the worst box art we've seen in a long time, and it is definitely worth buying — just avert your eyes from the cover lest you go blind. Look no further, everything that you need to know about GOTY is right here. What the Arkham City GOTY Edition Comes With It includes the full original Batman: Arkham City game, plus Catwoman, along with the Nightwing Bundle, Robin Bundle, Challenge Map Pack, and most of the extra character skins released for the game. It also features the brand new Harley Quinn's Revenge DLC missions. The game comes on two discs — one that is the actual game disc you play off of, and the other that holds the DLC and lets you install the DLC to your Xbox hard drive. The DLC Disc The DLC disc is only compatible with the GOTY version of Arkham City. It won't work with the original version of Arkham City. You can install the first disc, the game disc, to your hard drive like normal from the Xbox 360 dashboard. For the DLC disc, though, you have to start it up and the select the DLC you want to install from the menu. This way you can select to install either all of the DLC or just the ones you don't already have if you downloaded them already. No Separate Achievements for Arkham City GOTY Edition Unlike the GOTY version of Batman: Arkham Asylum, which was treated as a separate game (and had different saves) so you could earn the achievements twice, the GOTY version of Arkham City's achievements contribute to the same list as the original AC release. Warner Bros.' Komplete Edition of Mortal Kombat was the same way earlier this year, so doubling up on achievements in the same game seems to be a thing of the past. Is the GOTY Edition of Arkham City Worth It? If you never played Arkham City, the GOTY edition is obviously the one to get since it comes with all of the DLC. If you already have Arkham City, getting the GOTY edition won't save you any money even though you're getting all of the DLC at once. In that case, stick with the original release and pay for the DLC you actually want a la carte.