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 FOREVER: THE ARCADE GAME (PSONE)

Batman Forever was the turning point for Warner Bros. third go at the Batman film franchise not only from a movie making stand point, but for the tie-in games as well. Except for the games developed by American studios like Batman Returns on the Sega Genesis, most of the Batman film games were developed by Japanese…

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…

EVEN MORE 60’S BATMAN CHARACTER GOODNESS

Real talk: I’m really excited to play Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, I have been ever since I finished putting the finishing touches on the PS4 version of Lego Marvel Super Heroes. I want to explore space with Batman, Robin and the entire Justice League…HOWEVER, given the amount of amazing looking Batman 60’s content coming…

LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM COMIC-CON TRAILER

Comic-Con week is upon us, and the fine folks at TT Games have another trailer to show us for the upcoming Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. We get to see a couple of firsts, including a lot of the costumes for characters other than the Dynamic Duo as well as a big fig transformation for…

REVIEW: BATMAN: VENGEANCE (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

I never know what to expect when I get my hands on a Game Boy Advance version of a game that’s designed for a console. Sometimes you get a hidden gem, like X2: Wolverine’s Revenge, other times you get a complete dud, like Superman Returns. Batman: Vengeance doesn’t surpass its big brother on consoles, but…