The new Batman title that is coming out for the 3DS and PS Vita, Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate, will be running on the Bluepoint Engine. This engine was also used in the Vita port titled Playstation All-Stars: Battle Royale, a game that is being touted as one of the most technically impressive games for the PS Vita. Playstation All-Stars: Battle Royale for the PS Vita can run at native resolution, at 60 frames per second. So the fact that Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate will run on the Bluepoint Engine is great news, indeed.
Bluepoint is also known for making Blast Factor, the HD versions of God of War I and II, the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, as well as Shadow of the Colosus and Ico. Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate is coming out on October 25th, which is the same day Batman Arkham Origins will be released for the consoles (360/PS3/Wii U) and the PC. Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate will feature 2.5D side-scrolling gameplay. This will also be the first time the Bluepoint Engine will run on a Nintendo platform.
Source: Viva la Vita