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  • Blog Post: UPDATE: September Cover Revealed: Batman: Arkham City

    UPDATE: The Batman: Arkham City hub is now live! Check back all month long for content updates. Original story: Almost exactly a year ago, Batman: Arkham Asylum launched to wide acclaim and millions in sales. Now, developer Rocksteady Studios returns to the the franchise that put the company's name... More
  • Blog Post: Checking Out Batman: Arkham Asylum Game Of The Year Edition...In 3D!

    Earlier this month Square Enix released a new Game of the Year Edition of their extremely popular superhero action game, Batman: Arkham Asylum. In addition to some downloadable bonus maps packed in, this new release includes a 3D mode that works on any TV. We decided to grab some copies and test out... More
  • Blog Post: Warner Bros’s New Montreal Studio To Focus on Superheroes

    Turns out that last year's Batman: Arkham Asylum was a boon for Warner Bros. Interactive. Not only was the game critically acclaimed, but it seems to have pushed its publisher towards change. According to Develop-online.net , Warner Bros. has taken note of this success, and will soon be opening a... More
  • Blog Post: The Art Direction Of Batman: Arkham Asylum

    Reimagining a beloved franchise isn’t an easy task, especially one with a legacy like that of Gotham’s Dark Knight. Inspired by a comic – an inherently visual medium – the aesthetics and atmosphere of Batman: Arkham Asylum were integral to the experience, something Art Director... More
  • Blog Post: Impressive Earnings For Square Enix

    While last year may have been hard on some publishers, Square Enix came out of 2009 looking pretty good. According to the financial statement released by the company today, Square Enix's 2009 earnings were greatly helped by a handful of key titles. According to the report (which you can read for... More
  • Blog Post: Google: Ghostbusters Most Searched Game Of 2009

    As 2009 draws to a close the lists start rolling in. One of the more entertaining inventories of the past 365 days is Google’s Zeitgeist roundup – taking a look at the most popular search terms of 2009 as relates to celebrities, sports and entertainment. Breaking down the entertainment sector... More
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