Warner Bros. Interactive Archive

  • Review: Batman: Arkham VR

    Disclosure: A review code for Batman: Arkham VR was provided by Warner Bros. Interactive While I wasn’t exactly a fan of the direction Rocksteady took in the last Batman game, Arkham Knight, I have to say that the studio’s ability to create a rich world […]

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  • Review: Batman – The Telltale Series Episode 1: Realm of Shadows

    We all know the origin story behind Batman at this point, right? Spoiler alert: Bruce Wayne’s mommy and daddy are murdered right in front of him as a child, inspiring him later on as an adult to become the Batman, and give Gotham City’s criminal […]

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  • Review: LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    I remember buying the first LEGO Star Wars game over a decade ago and being excited to see a new and unique way of interpreting a movie franchise I had loved through the years. Flash forward through LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, LEGO […]

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  • Review: LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

    My love-hate relationship with TT Games’ LEGO series continues with LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, and unfortunately this installment ends up in the hate category. Perhaps hate is a little strong, but I really did struggle squeezing much of any enjoyment out of the game, which I […]

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  • Batman: Arkham Knight DLC Lets You Cruise Around Gotham City Like It’s 1989

    I mean that quite literally. New DLC out today for Batman: Arkham Knight–covered as part of the Season Pass or sold separately for $1.99 a pop–includes the 1989 Movie Batmobile Pack and the Bat-Family Skin Pack. As the name makes perfectly clear, the 1989 Movie […]

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  • Review: Batman: Arkham Knight

    Rocksteady cemented its reputation as a developer of refined action, combat, stealth, and story with Batman: Arkham Asylum. Batman, a character that up until 2009 had never had a critically acclaimed (nor fan loved) title. Comic book characters, right alongside licensed movie tie-ins, always have been the […]

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  • LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Won’t Assemble Until January 2016 (Will a Silver Centurion Iron Man Pre-Order Minifig Cheer You Up?)

    So, I have bad news and good news. Bad news first: LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, originally planned for a late 2015 release, has been delayed to an official launch date of January 26, 2016. That’s too bad, but in the end it’ll probably be for the […]

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  • First Dying Light: The Following Expansion Pack Details and Images

    Following last week’s teaser reveal, Techland has formally announced Dying Light: The Following, a new expansion to the open world parkour zombie survival game released at the beginning of the year. First and foremost, The Following will be covered under the Season Pass, so if […]

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  • Techland Teases Dying Light Dune Buggy Action

    Dying Light meets Mad Max, anyone? In a new trailer patting itself on the back for a busy first 180 days of downloadable content and free update support for its open-world parkour zombie survival game, Techland has dropped off a little teaser glimpse at future […]

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  • Review: LEGO Jurassic World

    As much as I want to be done with the annual barrage of licensed LEGO games, TT Games’ fun-loving formula continues to suck me back in every time. Given my general lack of enthusiasm toward the movie release of Jurassic World, I thought maybe the […]

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