BATMAN RETURNS’ VIDEO GAME LEGACY IS PERHAPS MORE INTERESTING THAN THAT OF THE FILMS

Batman Returns, released twenty-five years ago today on June 19th, 1992 was the last Tim Burton directed, Micheal Keaton starring movie before the franchise was torpedoed by Joel Schumacher and eventually rebooted by Christopher Nolan in 2005 with Batman Begins. Though perhaps not remembered as fondly as Burton’s first outing with DC’s iconic character in 1989, it’s…

THE HISTORY OF WONDER WOMAN IN VIDEO GAMES

Debuting in the pages of All Star Comics #8 all the way back in 1941, Wonder Woman is easily the most recognizable and iconic female comic book super heroine of all time. Not only has the character appeared in comics for close to a century, but she was also the subject of a mega popular TV series…

A EULOGY FOR DISNEY INFINITY ONE YEAR LATER

May 10, 2016. It was on this date last year that it was announced that the toys-to-life game, Disney Infinity, a mega project that merged brands from across the Disney, Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel Universes into one game where users could create worlds limited only by their own imagination was coming to an end. The following…

RANKING THE GAMES OF THE DISNEY AFTERNOON COLLECTION

Each of the six games showcased in the Disney Afternoon Collection are well worth playing but there are some that you’ll want to spend more time with than others. It’s all a matter of taste and some may like certain games more than others, but if you’re playing any or all of these games for the first…

TOP 10: X-MEN MOVIE TIE-IN GAMES

X-Men movies have existed now for approaching seventeen years, and while they’ll most defiantly continue for a long time, they’ll do without the only actor who has appeared in all of them: Hugh Jackman. With Logan releasing this weekend and marking the end of an era for the X-Men film franchise, I thought it relevant to also…

CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS OF COMIC GAMERS ASSEMBLE.

January 20th, 2012. It was on that date that the first ever article was published on Comics Gamers Assemble: a preview of the public demo for 2K’s The Darkness 2, a follow-up from the 2007 game developed by Starbreeze Studios. Since that time, over 900 articles have been published on this platform, ranging from reviews of games both old…