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  • Blog Post: Lego Inadvertently Reveals Lego Dimensions' Roster

    This weekend, Lego posted the instructions for Lego Dimensions' Back to the Future Level Pack. On its surface, it doesn't sound like a big deal; the set was announced alongside the game's reveal last month. As with most Lego instruction manuals, however, it had a gallery of images featuring... More
  • Blog Post: Ask Us Your Mad Max Questions For Our Special-Edition Podcast

    We've been rolling out a month of content for the new Mad Max game from Avalanche Studios, due out this September. Now we want questions from you all to ask the game director Frank Rooke on an upcoming special-edition podcast. Post your question in the comment section below, and there's a good... More
  • Blog Post: The Mad Max Digital Issue Is Live

    If you have a computer or tablet, you could be reading all about Mad Max right now. Following today's cover story announcement , our digital issue is now live on web browser and will be coming to iPad , Android , and Google Play throughout the day. You can download the apps for free . All four of... More
  • Blog Post: April Cover Revealed – Mad Max

    Mad Max has left an immeasurable footprint on video games – and pop culture in general. He hasn’t officially appeared in a game since an NES title released 25 years ago, but game developers have drawn inspiration from his dystopian, post-apocalyptic universe for decades. Avalanche Studios... More
  • Blog Post: Shadow Of Mordor Trailer Explores Life As An Orc

    So one day, you’re sitting around the campfire with your orc buddies just trying to relax after a day of slaughter. Then, out of nowhere, this guy starts killing your friends. That might make you upset, right? That’s essentially the setup for this first post-release trailer for Middle-earth... More
  • Blog Post: Wield The One Ring With Shadow Of Mordor's Season Pass

    In a classic case of burying the lede, the season pass trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor takes a while to get to the point. OK, so you get access to beast hunting missions. And you can kill some orcs in leaderboard trials. Oh, and then there's this bit in which you get to wield the One Ring... More
  • Blog Post: The Shadow Of Mordor Live Action Short Film Is Brutal (And Official)

    IF you happen to be wondering what a Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor film might look like, grab some popcorn and settle in. This seven-minute film from Corridor Digital, in association with Warner Bros., gives us a good look at Orc hierarchy and bloodshed. Poor Krimp the Orc. He’s clearly the runt... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat X Arrives In April 2015 With Goro Pre-Order Bonus

    You’ll be ripping limbs and brutalizing foes with fatalities next spring, as Warner Bros. and NetherRealm have announced a release date for Mortal Kombat X. The title will arrive on April 14, 2015. Additionally, if you pre-order the game you’ll get access to Goro, who made his first four... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Arkham Origins Figures Releasing

    If you’re looking for beautifully sculpted, gaming-themed character toys, it’s hard to go wrong with Square Enix’s line of Play Arts Kai figures. We’ve known for some time that we’d be getting an awesome-looking Batman and Deathstroke figure modeled after those characters'... More
  • Blog Post: Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor Season Pass Gets Early, Incomplete Details

    Warner Bros. and Monolith have detailed the planned expansion content for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. While WB has offered some detail, there are still some missing pieces missing that would be useful to know. The season pass will include a new warband mission (Guardians of the Flaming Eye), early... More
  • Blog Post: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Coming One Week Earlier

    October is starting to thin out, as Warner Bros. has announced an earlier release date for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. This leaves October 7 now two titles lighter, after Dragon Age: Inquisition was delayed until November . This is good news for everyone still releasing on October’s first Tuesday... More
  • Blog Post: Guest Characters Coming To Mortal Kombat X

    The Mortal Kombat universe has no shortage of crazy characters, but that may not be enough for the team at NetherRealm Studios. Series co-creator Ed Boon says that we can expect guest fighters from other universes, too. Speaking to Polygon , Boon mentions that Freddy Krueger sold well as DLC for the... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat X Gameplay Shows Off Brand New X-Rays, Fatalities [Trailer Added]

    Fatality. A brand new gameplay trailer for Mortal Kombat X gave us our first look at kombat in the new generation. The trailer showed Scorpion, Sub-Zero, and two new characters. One is a female fighter with bugs swarming around her. The latter is a large, hulking brute with a small girl riding on her... More
  • Blog Post: X Marks The Mortal Kombat Announcement (Trailer Added)

    After weeks of teasing, including some friendly banter with us, Ed Boon, his NetherRealm Studio, and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive have finally confirmed that more Mortal Kombat is on the way. Boon confirmed the name of the title, Mortal Kombat X, on Twitter this morning. We’re awaiting more... More
  • Blog Post: Exclusive First Look At Injustice: Gods Among Us Year 2 Comic

    The story that began in last year's super heroic fighter Injustice: Gods Among Us continues in DC Comics monthy comic series, appropriately titled Injustice: Gods Among Us Year 2. Read a few pages of the new comic for free right here. Injustice: Gods Among Us delivered great fan service , but those... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Debut Trailer For Batman: Arkham Knight

    Batman: Arkham Knight is on the cover of our latest issue and we have the first trailer for your viewing pleasure. The video is nearly four minutes long and juxtaposes Bruce Wayne's father Thomas' narration over Batman's nightly activities. We won't spoil the rest for you other than to... More
  • Blog Post: April Cover Revealed – Batman: Arkham Knight

    The developer that made Arkham a household name is back. Rocksteady Studios' Arkham Asylum innovated with the freeflow combat system and stalking gameplay in 2009, and the team blew it all out to an open world in 2011's Arkham City . Rocksteady is hoping to raise the bar even higher on what will... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Origins' Cold, Cold Heart DLC Scheduled For Late April

    Warner Bros. is giving us a first look at the setup and cinematic for Batman: Arkham Origins story DLC. As suspected, Mr. Freeze is the starring villain in the Cold, Cold Heart expansion. The story takes place on New Year’s Eve, and Batman will need some new toys in order to combat Freeze and his... More
  • Blog Post: Two Lego Marvel Super Heroes DLC Packs Add Characters And Races

    Lego Marvel Super Heroes already has an impressive roster of characters, but Tt Games and Warner Bros. have heard your pleas. Whether you crave the Asgardian champions of Thor: The Dark World or want to add the most destructive cosmic force known to man to your roster, there’s something for you... More
  • Blog Post: Techland's Dying Light Runs, Jumps, And Climbs Through VGX

    Techland brought a new build of Techland to the VGX stream tonight, showing off the game running at 1080p on PlayStation 4. The demo takes place at time, with the undead moving slower in order to show off combat and mobility. The video shows off in-the-moment x-rays that demonstrate where you've... More
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