BATMAN AND ROBIN ON PSOne IS A TERRIBLE GAME WITH AMBITIOUS IDEAS

June 20th, 1997. On that date twenty years ago, one of the worst reviewed comic book, nay FILMS, of all time was released in North American cinemas, a movie so bad that parent company Warner Bros. would not release another live-action Batman film for eight years. That film of course was the Joel Schumacher directed,…

REVIEW: LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM (PS4)

Everyone has their first Lego game, whether it was Star Wars, Indiana Jones or one of the countless others, but for me, it was 2008’s Lego Batman. Since that game I’ve seen the Lego franchise really develop into something special with its sequel Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, which introduced both voice to cut-scenes…

WHY BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM WORKED

I spoke in length about why leading up to the release of the first “Arkham” game I remained skeptical, but now I’d like to do something a little more positive and thus more fitting with one of my favorite game series of all time. Here’s my reasons as to why Batman: Arkham Asylum was the…