Fixing corrupted game save/ Downloading new game save
You may not have to download a game save, but if the following information doesn't help, go on and download the save file(s) at the bottom.
Assuming that you are using Steam on the PC, you can try verifying and repairing the locally installed files.
- Fire up Steam
- Locate Batman: Arkham City in your games list
- Right click on the game name and select Properties
- Click the Local Files tab
- Click "Verify Integrity of the Game Cache ..."
If this doesn't help you, you could also try checking for errors on your hard disk using Scan Disk, in the event that you have some file corruption. This may or may not recover the damaged files but it's worth a shot.
There are two ways to access Scan Disk. I'm going to assume that you guys are using Windows 7 and that your save files are on the C: drive, if not, enter the drive letter that the files are on. Steps will vary slightly for Windows XP / Vista.
Via command prompt:
- Click Start and type: cmd
- Type: chkdsk c: /r
- Windows will ask you if you want to run check disk on the next book, type: Y
Via Windows Explorer:
- Hit Start
- Open Computer
- Right-click on the C: drive and choose Properties
- Click the Tools tab
- Under Error-checking, click "Check now..."
- Check both boxes and click Start
- Windows will prompt you to schedule the disk check, click the button already
*Info came from gaming.stackexchange.com*
Downloading Game Save
If the information above doesn't work, I advise just to download the following game save. This game save is also for people out there experiencing problems with the game at certain spots, but don't want to start to whole game over from scratch.
Downloading 100% Game Save
http://backyard-spot.blogspot.com/20...game-save.html - Certified. I advise downloading this one. You have to be a Backyard follower to have access to the download link.
http://fileice.net/download.php?file=rovm - Has surveys and such, I suggest only attempting to download as a last resort. Download at your own risk.
Downloading 78% Game Save
http://www.mediafire.com/?f0dkw94ync3h6ab - In Russian, but I think it can be translated to English.
With GameSave Manager, you can easily backup, restore and transfer your gamesave(s).
No longer do you need to manually track through all of the those different directories to backup/restore/transfer your gamesaves, making it great for those who like to share gamesave progress with friends/family, format frequently, paranoid about data loss, etc.
Last edited by Kniveswood; 07-06-2012 at 01:41 PM.