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BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT AUGUST UPDATE TRAILER FEATURING THE 1989 BATMOBILE PLUS A TEASE OF THE TUMBLER

Available today for Batman: Arkham Knight is a new update that gives access to the Batmobile as it appeared in the first two Tim Burton films: Batman and Batman Returns, along with a costume for the Dark Knight that transforms him into Micheal Keaton. Unlike last month’s Batgirl DLC, those who didn’t purchase the Season Pass will not have to wait…

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REVIEW: TIMECOP (SNES)

Jean Claude Van-Damme is no stranger to film video game crossovers, having played Guile in the live-action Street Fighter film, but compared to other 90’s action icons like Stallone and Schwarzenegger, his video game tie-in ratio is pretty small with only a Universal Soldier game, which was simply a conversion of an already existing game called Turrican 2, and Timecop. Licensed games, especially in…

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D23: MARVEL BATTLEGROUNDS PLAY SET COMING TO DISNEY INFINITY 3.0

Up to this point the only things Marvel related that were announced to be coming to Disney Infinity 3.0 were the Hulkbuster Iron Man and Ultron figures, as well as a tease of something Ant-Man related, however at D23 today the first Marvel play set was unveiled for the 3.0 edition. While details are scarce, the new…

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D23: BIG HERO 6 WILL APPEAR IN KINGDOM HEARTS 3

In what will probably be the closest we see to a Marvel world in Kingdom Hearts, it was announced today at D23 that the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3 will feature a world inspired by 2014’s Big Hero 6, which was loosely based on the Marvel comics property of the same name. At the event, Square Enix’s Shinji Hashimoto showed the…

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REVIEW: TUROK 2: SEEDS OF EVIL (GAME BOY COLOR)

A year after Turok’s first outing on the original Game Boy, Acclaim launched not only the sequel to Turok: Dinosaur Hunter on the N64, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, but also a game by the same name on Nintendo’s freshly released Game Boy Color. With a year to make a new game and more powerful hardware with colour…

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REVIEW: THE TICK (SNES)

There’s lots of reason to play video games: As a form of escapism entertainment; To enjoy a story; To learn and challenge your skills with interesting gameplay mechanics or sometimes just because you’re bored and want to fill some time. The Tick, based on the comic book as well as the animated series of the same…