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Batman: Arkham Origins [REVIEW]

Overall Feeling: 

The prequel to Rocksteady's ace series, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, arrives to an overwhelming amount of expectations. So it's really no surprise that Arkham Origins doesn't quite live up to them all. WB Games has everything needed you think would add up to a great success for this franchise. All of Gotham is now open to explore, the enemy roster has never been deeper, and the animations and combat flow with such a graceful ease that it will be hard to go back to any other combat system ever again. However, something feels off. The exploration of the city doesn't feel as fluid, the story comes across as lacking compared to the previous games, and the worst of it, Arkham Origins is plagued with glitches. There is a lot of good to experience here, just know that you could always be replaying Arkham City, and probably having a better time in doing so.

The Pros: 

+ Combat feels better than ever.
+ The Animations are spot on.
+ Enemy roster is fantastic.
+ Voice acting (even though missing fan favorites) is solid.

The Cons: 

- Free roaming across the city feels clumsy.
- Story feels less important than it actually is.
- Sometimes suffers from game breaking glitches.

ShogunGamer.com Rating : 
6

Five years before Batman had his troubles with the inmates of Arkham Asylum, when he was only a couple years into donning the cowl and terrorizing the streets of Gotham, he had one very bad Christmas Eve. A night full of assassins trying to kill him, new enemies popping up all over Gotham, and one terrible nuisance that plagues him with riddles and challenges all over the damn city. This brings us to Batman: Arkham Origins.

Splash Damage Reveals The FPS Game Dirty Bomb

In case you were truly excited for the reveal of the new project from developer Splash Damage, the day has finally come in which an announcement of an announcement has paid off.  Today Splash Damage revealed their latest endeavor, a new FPS dubbed Dirty Bomb, which isn’t filled with the instant disappointment gamers felt upon playing Brink for the first time.

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The games industry hasn’t been too kind to certain U.K. development studios such as Eurocom, but others such as Splash Damage are still thriving on could be on the verge of the next big thing. After releasing the rather decisive and somewhat iffy FPS Brink, Splash Damage is ready to unveil it’s latest endeavor and of course it’s doing the now industry expected standard of announcing an announcement of an announcement.

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Developer Splash Damage is following up the less than critically acclaimed FPS Brink with a new project that could turn the company around.  Most of us know that while it held incredible potential Brink just was kind of meh at the end of the day.  Nice art design aside, the issues of Brink laid in how the game played which really was all over the place and despite not being an obvious CoD clone the game just wasn’t good enough to keep the interest of gamers.  But where Brink failed, perhaps Splash Damage can succeed with a possible game based on The Avengers.

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This is the love/hate relationship between the video game industry and myself. Every week I will pick someone who gets my Fist-bump for doing a good deed, someone who gets my undesirable Bitch-Slap for doing something wrong (or just something that pisses me off), and I'll share my experience/opinion along the way.

Brink Latest Game Title To Do Release Date Shuffle

Splash Damage's upcoming, shooter Brink is the latest title to reschedule its release date but unlike other titles such as Duke Nukem Forever and Dungeon Siege III, Brink will see an earlier release date rather than being pushed back.

The folks at Splash Damage have manage to finish production of the game earlier than expected and see fit to release the game a week early on May 10 in North America and May 13 for UK gamers instead of May 17 (NA) & May 20 (UK).

New Brink Trailer Wants To Know If You Are Ready and Able

Latest trailer for Brink drops in on us and wants to know if we are ready and able to survive the upcoming revolution on the Ark.

The new trailer showcases some of the many different abilities that will be at your disposal to utilize in your struggle against your foes. Whether its hacking or healing your own ass, there will be a wide spectrum of skills available for you to use as you select your path to be part of the Resistance or the Security Force.

Brink Developer Video Diary #5: Minds on the Brink

Splash Damages releases the newest developer video diary for their upcoming shooter, Brink.

The new video mostly covers how Brink's development team is bringing gamers some of the most realistic gun sounds ever to a video game. Now not to nitpick but is this really that important. What percentage of actual gamers who play any game that has guns will be able to differentiate the sounds of an actual gun going off and some artifical special effect generated gun sounds?

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Latest developer video diary for Splash Damage's Brink discusses the game's vibrant and colorful art design ranging from the game's many unique designed characters and environments by Brink's main designer Olivier Leonardi.

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Brink Developer Diary Episode #2: The Dawn of S.M.A.R.T.

This developer diary covers the unique one button "S.M.A.R.T." system that will allow gamers to strategically navigate with ease the various terrains the Ark has to offer.

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