HOLIDAY 2003 WAS MADE MEMORABLE BY BATMAN: RISE OF SIN

It cannot go understated just how incredible Ubisoft’s fall 2003 line-up was. While not every title reached the sales they deserved, the company produced unforgettable classics like Prince of Perisa: The Sands of Time and Beyond Good & Evil, the stylish cel-shaded first-person shooter XIII and quietly nestled among them was Batman: Rise of Sin…

THE AVENGERS IN VIDEO GAMES AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER NOW

I’m proud to announce that my second book, The Avengers in Video Games: A Guide to Solo Adventures and Mighty Marvel Team-Ups, with Creator Interviews, is now available for pre-order from places like Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Unlike The Web of Spider-Man Games which was self-published and digital only, The Avengers in Video Games…

REVIEW: TINY ARCADE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

Thanks once again to Shaun Musgrave for bringing this product to my attention. Follow him on Twitter HERE and read his work over at TouchArcade. Arcades, locations that people once had to visit, have found their ways into homes, and that’s not exactly a bad thing right now given the present state of the world.…

REVIEW: MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: MILES MORALES

DEVELOPER: Insomniac Games PUBLISHER: Sony Interactive Entertainment REVIEWED ON: PlayStation 4 (Slim) from a copy purchased by the author. At the start of the millennium, Marvel gave birth to the Ultimate Universe as a way to refresh characters like Spider-Man, the X-Men and the Avengers free of decades of continuity that scared away new readers.…

REVIEW: XIII (2020)

DEVELOPER: PlayMagic PUBLISHER: Microids REVIEWED ON: PlayStation 4 (Slim) from a copy purchased by the author. Ubisoft dominated the fall of 2003 with hits and cult favorites like Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Beyond Good & Evil, the former of which is getting a reboot due early next year while the latter’s…