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I'm at what I assume is the end of the 3rd Catwoman mission. I've beaten down the guards, I have two suitcases full of loot, and I'm apparently having a moral dilemma regarding whether I should leave Batman buried under a pile of rubble or flee Arkham City with my ill-gotten gains.

Though she apparently doesn't have any affect on the main story, I'm not sure which I should choose in order to get the most out of the DLC.

Are the two options merely an illusion of choice and end up with you taking the same path, regardless of which you choose? More importantly, are there any achievements associated with either choice?

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up vote 15 down vote accepted

Actually, since we are talking spoiler, check this video to see what happens:

Basically everything is ruined, Joker becomes an immortal and takes the city. The game ends, with Barbara Gordon crying out loud over a radio line.

But, if you watch it to the end, the game will rewind to the point of the decision, and let you choose again. :)

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I ended up choosing it just to see what would happen! I can see why it would seem kind of out of the blue for her to appear if you don't have the DLC though. Also, if you just link bare youtube links, they'll auto-embed. I took the liberty of editing the link so it would show here. :) – FAE Nov 13 '11 at 22:37
what happens in the end of the good decision – user26484 May 29 '12 at 2:44
@kenneth, the game continues normally, until you finish it. – Machado May 30 '12 at 12:54

Well, when I had to choose, I chose to leave Arkham City, but it re-winded back to when I had to chose. So, I had to chose to save Batman. Then, from there, you're Batman again and you have to stop Protocol 10

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