TOP 10: BEST NON-ARKHAM BATMAN GAMES

June is here and we’re a just a few measly weeks from the release of Rocksteady and WB Games closing chapter in the Arkham saga: Batman: Arkham Knight. Over the past year to keep my mind off of the constant delays this game has undergone in the road to becoming the best possible product it can be, I’ve…

RANKING THE SUNSOFT BATMAN GAMES

Sunsoft perhaps gave us one of the largest number of Batman games of any company. There first outing, Batman: The Video Game on the NES, was an example of how great a Batman game can be, and stands as one of the all time classics in the NES library. Given how well that game turned out,…

REVIEW: BATMAN (SEGA GENESIS)

The Sunsoft produced Batman NES games in my opinion were two of the best games on the system: They have great graphics, tight play control, a phenomenal soundtrack, and just the right amount of difficulty to get your pulse pounding, but not quite enough to make you throw your controller at the floor. Upon finishing…

TOP 10: COMIC BOOK GAMES WITH SEQUELS

A lot of comic book characters have multiple titles featuring them (Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, X-Men etc) but  very few have sequel games that are connected, even fewer still have sequels that are successful. Here’s a list of 10 series that made an impact in the world of comic book games at large. 10 RADICAL’S HULK SERIES…

JAMES AND MIKE PLAY BATMAN: THE VIDEO GAME – PART 2

Last week James Rofle and Mike Matei started playing Sunsoft’s Batman: The Video Game in their weekly show “James and Mike Mondays.” The duo made it to the final level in the first part, and now they attempt to bring down the Joker himself. Do they succeed? Watch the video below! CHECK OUT MORE FROM…

JAMES AND MIKE PLAY BATMAN: THE VIDEO GAME

Every Monday I visit the Cinemassacre.com website for “James & Mike Mondays” where James “AVGN” Rolfe, Mike Matei and sometimes a special guest(s) sit down, chat, and a play some games. This week the duo attempts to complete a game frequently talked about on this website, Batman: The Video Game on the NES. Do they succeed?…