Oh, you think the internet is your ally. But you merely adopted the teaser trailer; I was born in it, moulded by it. I didn't see the review scores until I was already a man, by then it was nothing to me but BLINDING!
Everyone knows that I’m a huge Batman fan. And a Ghostbusters fan. And for some reason, I happen to be a member of the Young Women's Communist League according to this tattoo. Huh. Anyway, back to Batman. Out of all his villains, I really dig Harley Quinn. A great design, personality and just awesome bubbliness makes me dig her. So much so, that I want this particular figure of her, monthly expenses be damned.
Update: Conroy isn't playing Batman in this game after all. More after the jump
Holy news round-up Batman! I’m cautiously optimistic about the latest Batman game, right now. Sure, I enjoyed the previous two games a little too much, but my gripe is that a third game isn’t even necessary right now. Still, more Batman never hurt anyone unless they were a criminal or a birthday clown in the wrong part of town. And with Arkham Origins on the way, it looks like we’re getting something old, something new.
My worst fear has come true. I can just see it now. I’ll be playing Arkham Origins in a couple of months, and I’ll find myself clobbering some goons on a cold night, before I keep one of them awake to whisper in his ear…I’m Batman. And then out of nowhere, I’ll hear else someone shout “NO I’M BATMAN!”. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
So is the UK more open to the abuse of women or is America simply overly concerned about a feminist backlash… or is it simply some big marketing ruse? Those are the questions now being put forward to Warner Bros after they revealed two different statues for the release of Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Update: A ton of new screenshots and artwork has just been unleashed, via AGB.
In the gaming industry, you either live long enough to die as a hero, or see yourself become the trilogy-capping third game. Yep, looks like those rumours of a new Batman game were true after all, and while you can’t see it from that side, I’m wearing the biggest possible Joker grin right now as I write this.
During a financial call to investors last week, licence holder Warner Brothers confirmed that there’d be a new Batman game bearing the “Arkham” mantle coming later this year. While that may sound like good news, don’t get excited just yet.
If there’s one thing that the dark knight has done in the last year or two, it’s to take care of business. The Dark Knight Rises saw a trilogy of films wrapped up, while 2011’s Arkham City went out with a bang alongside the criminally underrated Brave and the Bold cartoon. But could there be more Batmannery lying in wait? One nerd in Batman underwear (me), certainly hopes so.
There is no phrase that comes close to the feeling of awe and power that radiates from this succinct statement. There is something empowering and intoxicating about donning the hood of the caped crusader, as Darryn can so artfully attest to.
Here is some of the most amazing geek stuff I’ve seen lately. From iron thrones to keyboard sandals, some one please make me a millionaire! I’ll be dreaming about these all weekend.
Injustice: Gods Among us is out next year April, and of course, it’s going to have a Collector’s Edition release alongside the vanilla copies of the game. The DC Universe of comic book characters collides next year on PS3 and Xbox 360, and it’ll see the likes of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and various foes take one another on. So, could Batman beat Wonder Woman in a straight fight? There’s no resin why he can’t, says this special edition.
Grab your capes and face paint! Gotham City Imposters has gone free-to-play on Steam. Now you can criminalise all the things as Bats and Jokerz.
One of my most anticipated fighting titles of the year other than Dead or Alive 5 is Injustice: Gods Among Us and while that has a lot to do with Harley Quinn the rest of the game has looked very interesting indeed.
Once again the world’s eye is on yet another mass murder that has taken place half way across the world and once again the world is questioning how this is possible and what drove someone to walk into a movie theatre and gun down hordes of innocent people…
Seeing as how I’m on a roll, and the rest of the gang has left me to my own devices, lets take a moment to see how far one certain character has come in gaming. Long before the Dark Knight was finding himself stuck in an Asylum, he was a blocky midget who walked as if he had just sharted his bat-pants.Don’t believe me? Then see for yourself, as we chronicle ALL the Batman games, in Lazygamer TV today.