FURTHER EVIDENCE OF PLATINUM STUDIOS TMNT GAME IN LEAKED COVER ART

At this point the only thing we haven’t received is an official announcement of the rumoured to be in development Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhatten. After several classifications ratings outed the yet to be unveiled TMNT game from Bayonetta and Vanquish developer Platinum Studios, an intrepid Xbox Live watched going by the Twitter name @Lifelower stumbled across…

COMIC GAMERS ASSEMBLE 2016 AND BEYOND PREVIEW

Growing up I was a huge video game magazine reader and I loved reading issues of Nintendo Power and Electronic Gaming Monthly at the start of the year where they would have a big preview of all the great games expected to arrive in the next twelve months any beyond. With a lot of great comic book games either…

REVIEW: BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT SEASON OF INFAMY DLC (PS4)

The Batman: Arkham Knight post-launch DLC has been somewhat of a disappointment. While the Batgril: A Matter of Family episode was a welcome addition, bringing that character in the Arkham universe for the first time in a brand new area and the extra costumes have been nice, the stand-alone Arkahm Episodes have been a big let down. Despite being able to play as classic Batman…

GOLDEN BAT-SUIT AWARD FOR 240% COMPLETION IN BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT

With the release of yesterday’s December DLC, we’ve now reached the end of Batman: Arkham Knight’s post launch support. In that time we’ve gotten stand alone expansions starring alternate members of the Bat-Family, race tracks, challenge maps, costumes and Batmobile skins, all at a cost of course. There is one new Easter Egg that was revealed however,…

REVIEW: SNOOPY VS. THE RED BARON (PS2)

It’s amazing that after over fifteen years of the PS2 being on the market, and well over thirteen of me being a PS2 owner, that the system still manages to surprise me with incredible games. I’ve either played or owned at this point hundreds of games for Sony’s sophomore console, and yet in 2015 I…

IS IT REALLY THAT GOOD? STAR WARS: SHADOWS OF THE EMPIRE (NINTENDO 64)

1996. Nineteen years before The Force Awakens, three years before the start of the dreaded “prequel trilogy” and even before the slippery slope of remasters where the phrase “Greedo shot first” got its origin. In 1996 Lucasfilm set to expand the Star Wars canon with a multimedia project that would span a novel, a comic book series, and…