MARVEL’S IRON MAN VR GETS A SURPRISE UPDATE

As Marvel’s game division prepares for their next big outing, Marvel’s Avengers, they’ve shown that they haven’t forgotten about the other game they released earlier this summer: the criminally underappreciated Marvel’s Iron Man VR. At no extra cost to the player, a new update for the game, which is available now, will have fans reaching for their headset…

COULD SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD ACTUALLY BE COMING BACK?

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game is ten years old this week. Of those ten years though, the game has only been available to purchase for four of them, but that could hopefully be changing soon. Bryan Lee O’Malley, the creator of the Scott Pilgrim comic series that the game, as well as the movie of the…

WB GAMES WILL REMAIN WITH ITS PARENT COMPANY

In June, reports starting circulating that AT&T, the parent company of Warner Bros. as well as its gaming division, WB Games, were looking to sell off the gaming branch of its portfolio. Studios under the WB Games umbrella include NetherRealm, who make the Injustice series, UK based TT Games behind the LEGO games and perhaps the biggest…

KONAMI’S TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES JOINES THE TINY ARCADE LINE-UP

Arcade games have seen a resurgence in the home. Not only are there larger scale units like those produced by Arcade1up, but also smaller scale, desk-sized models like those made by Replicade and even tinier ones in Super Impulse’s Tiny Arcade brand that double as a keychain. Following in the steps of fellow cabinet designer Arcade1up,…

UNCOVERING TUROK: RESURRECTION

Nightdive Studios have been a boon to fans of the classic Turok series of first-person shooters from Acclaim. Their stellar remasters of the first and second games in the franchise, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, have given players who long for the good old days a way to experience those games on modern machines, with the…

DEVELOPER ROCKSTEADY STUDIOS TEASES NEW GAME AHEAD OF DC FANDOME EVENT

Developer Rocksteady showed the world what AAA comic book games could be with their series of Batman games. They’ve largely sat out this generation however, releasing only Batman: Arkham Knight in 2015 followed by the much smaller in scope Batman: Arkham VR a year later. Several E3’s and Game Awards events have come and gone, with many anticipating…