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Batman: The Telltale Series: Realm of Shadows [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

As with virtually all Telltale games, Batman: The Telltale Series is a unique, original take on the story of the titual franchise marred by the weight of the name "video game." Technical issues and a lack of gameplay hold it back from being something truly impressive, though fans of the developer will of course forgive it for its very obvious sins.

The Pros: 

+Creative and original story
+A few unique/interesting sequences that take advantage of the title character

The Cons: 

-Frame rate issues
-Obvious animation issues
-Gameplay glitches in several versions of the release Rating : 

One of the most interesting, and unexpected, reveals of last year's E3 was the announcement that the kings of interactive story-telling, Telltale Interactive, was working with Warner Brothers to produce a game experience under the franchise banner of Batman.

Hot on the heels of titles under staple franchises like AMC's The Walking Dead and HBO's Game of Thrones, it seems that there's no property that Telltale hasn't been able to brand with their unique spin.

Dying Light - A Look At The Future Of Zombie Brain-Bashing

Zombies! A genre that is as undying as its slow shuffling stars.

Developer Techland, no stranger to zombie lore with their first outing Dead Island (which I was a big fan of) is creating a mighty ambitious open world zombie playground to explore, raise a little (more) hell and if a healthy dose of luck is on your side, maybe even survive. Maybe...

Fist-Bump or Bitch-Slap: Nintendo or Bethesda

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.

More wizardry goodness from Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 [Video]

The team at Traveller's Tale Games are clearly the people to go to when it comes to Lego games. At this point TT Games are Lego veterans. They have produced a plethora of Lego games for franchises such as: Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Batman.  Some folks, such as myself, may think that the Lego franchise has run its course but looking at Lego Harry Potter I may have to change my stance.

F.E.A.R. 3 gets a live action trailer

I kind of miss the good old days when game announcements would come with a nice Press Release and a trailer. These days’ most game announcements are made in installments, often with certain sites getting “exclusive” screens or trailers.  That tactic is understandable since it builds the hype for a project. More importantly it means that fools such as me will cover these updates thus fulfilling my role of being a cog in a massive PR machine.

F.E.A.R. 3 officially announced

A few weeks ago we got an early look at the next installment of the fps horror franchise F.E.A.R.  Aside from concept art that looked like it was box art for a Sega Saturn game, there wasn’t much to go on. Oh, I totally forgot that the name for the project was F.3.A.R., which was quickly lambasted across the internet for being a bit silly.

Even more screens from Clash of the Titans - The Video Game

Yesterday we got our first trailer for Namco Bandai’s Clash of the Titans video game. Being a fan of the previous media showings of the game I was relieved when I saw that it didn’t look like crap in motion. Now Namco Bandai has released some additional screens for the game featuring most of the enemies and locations from the trailer.

Clash of the Titans - The Video Game premier trailer


Last week Clash of the Titans was released in theaters in North America and I was one of the many who saw the film.  Being a huge fan of Greek mythology I was rather hyped for Clash but sadly I left the theater extremely underwhelmed and disappointed.  The video game adaptation of Clash looks to be everything the movie wasn’t: colorful, epic, action-packed and filled with a deep roster of mythological baddies.

New Warner Brothers game teased on the Jace Hall Show

I like game teases a lot, especially when they’re for unannounced games and all we get is a five seconds of footage. Usually such a quick tease would whip us all in a rage since after all we do like seeing games but thanks to the humorous nature of the Jace Hall Show this new tease isn’t completely devoid of any entertainment.

WB Interactive announces Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the Wii and DS

WB Interactive’s acquisition of developer Rocksteady isn’t the only Batman news today as WB Interactive has also announced Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the Wii and DS.

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