There aren't as many Riddles to be solved in the Panessa Movie Studios and Hideout sections of the game, but there are a handful to work through in each one regardless. Here's how to track down and solve the lot of them.

Panesssa Movie Studios Riddles

Panessa Movie Studios Riddle 1: "You? A father figure? Don't make me laugh. You overwork and break your staff."

Enter the quarantine area and then scan in the isolation cell.

Panessa Movie Studios Riddle 2: "She and her love are no longer together, she'll keep the flames burning forever and ever."

Next, head backstage and then make your way towards Stage A. Open the grill using the Voice Synthesizer, then scan in the statue at the end.

Panessa Movie Studios Riddle 3: "A visual artist with burning ambition: prove he made movies before his ignition."

Head towards Stage A itself, then scan the Inferno poster that's on the wall in the room through the double doors on your right.

Arkham Knight HQ Riddles

Hideout Riddle 1: "A psychotic doctor who caught the fear bug, the fruits of his research: a powerful drug."

Scan the toxic green gas in the central section of the HQ.

Hideout Riddle 2: "Vengeance burns darkly inside the betrayed, as they stare at reminders of debts unpaid."

Look for the noticeboard covered in pictures, not far from the previous Riddle.

Hideout Riddle 3: "With a fluffy white coat and ears standing tall, what burrowed the hole in which Alice did fall?"

Look down into the massive ventilation shaft with the huge fan in the central section of this region.

- Alternatively, return to our main Batman: Arkham Knight walkthrough to find all of our game help.

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