REVIEW: DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: TEEN POWER

DEVELOPER: Toybox Inc. PUBLISHER: Nintendo REVIEWED ON: Nintendo Switch from a copy purchased by the author. Women have not had it easy in comic book video games. Sure, popular heroines like Wonder Woman, Black Widow, Gamora, Captain Marvel and others are nearly always present in large ensemble games, but the amount of comic book games…

BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT NOVEMBER UPDATE TRAILER (UPDATE)

Those who purchased the Season Pass for Batman: Arkham Knight get to pick up the entirety of the November update today, which includes among other things two new story missions featuring Catwoman and Robin along with skins for Batman and the Batmobile inspired by next year’s Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Those who didn’t buy into the Season…

BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT SEPTEMBER UPDATE TRAILER

One piece of the September update for Batman: Arkham Knight arrives today: The Tumbler Batmobile skin as well as the classic Arkham skin for Batman, and WB Games is teasing the rest of the goodies coming hopefully sooner rather than later in a new trailer. The video gives a glimpse of the Nightwing solo campaign and some challenge maps,…

REVIEW: BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT (PS4)

In 2009, then little known developer Rocksteady with only one game to their credit changed the way the world would look at licensed and comic book games forever with the release of Batman: Arkham Asylum. Combining an amazing combat system, tense sneaking encounters, a touch of Metroid-esque gadget collection and exploration as well as fan-favourite cast members from…

REVIEW: BATMAN RETURNS (SEGA GENESIS)

Batman Returns on the NES is a pretty terrific game. Batman Returns on the SNES is a fantastic game. Batman Returns on the Sega Genesis is one of those constant reminders of why I’m forever grateful that I owned a SNES growing up as opposed to Sega’s machine that I wished I had after being…

REVIEW: BATMAN RETURNS (SNES)

Like Sunsoft before them, Konami produced both an 8 and 16-bit versions of a Batman game of the same name in Batman Returns. Unlike Sunsoft however, who somehow managed to make worse games despite having access to better hardware in both the cases of Batman on Sega Genesis and Batman: Revenge of the Joker, Returns…