LIAM ROBERTSON UNCOVERS THE SECOND FAILED DARK KNIGHT PROJECT

Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy hasn’t had the best track record when it comes to video games. 2005’s Batman Begins was a respectable Splinter Cell clone from EA developed by Eurocom, but it was still above average at best. There was a game based on The Dark Knight in development from now defunct studio Pandemic, but it was cancelled and became the…

NOLAN ERA BATSUIT COMING TO BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT

When the classic Tim Burton Batmobile arrived in Batman: Arkham Knight, it came with a companion costume for the Dark Knight that resembled the classic costume from 1989’s Batman and Batman Returns. With the arrival of the Tumbler Batmobile in Arkham Knight yesterday, a noticeable omission was a skin for Batman that allowed players to fully emerse themselves in the Nolan era…

TOP 10: BEST NON-ARKHAM BATMAN GAMES

June is here and we’re a just a few measly weeks from the release of Rocksteady and WB Games closing chapter in the Arkham saga: Batman: Arkham Knight. Over the past year to keep my mind off of the constant delays this game has undergone in the road to becoming the best possible product it can be, I’ve…

NO ARKHAM KNIGHT, NO PROBLEM: BATMAN BEGINS (PS2)

When it comes to movie tie-in games, the Dark Knight has a pretty great track record. Discounting Acclaim’s work on Batman Forever and Batman and Robin (though admittedly I have yet to get my hands on the pricey Batman Forever the arcade game) both Batman: The Video Game from Sunsoft and Batman Returns from Konami…

THE LAND OF THE FORGOTTEN COMIC BOOK GAMES PART 2

As promised in Part 1, here’s a look at some more cancelled DC games. THE FLASH (PS3/XBOX 360) This is the second of the two cancelled comic book games that died with the shuttering of publisher Brash Entertainment. The Flash was being developed by Bottlerocket Entertainment, a studio composed of staff that worked on the…

TOP 5 THINGS TO HELP THE WAIT FOR BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT

Though initially penned in for a fall 2014 release date, news struck yesterday that we’ll not be getting the closing chapter of Rocksteady’s closing chapter in the “Arkham” series, Batman: Arkham Knight, until 2015. Instead of drowning in Arkham-less sorrow, I’m here to offer some creative alternatives as to what do to while we wait further…