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  • Blog Post: Iron Galaxy Getting Help From Rocksteady To Fix Batman: Arkham Knight On PC

    It’s been a rough week for WB Games, Batman: Arkham Knight developer Rocksteady, and PC fans hoping to play the series’ conclusion. The game continues to suffer from crippling problems that limit frame rate and visual fidelity. Yesterday afternoon, game director and Rocksteady co-founder... More
  • Blog Post: Things Aren’t Getting Any Better With Batman: Arkham Knight On PC

    Following yesterday’s acknowledgment that there are significant problems with the PC version of Arkham Knight, Rocksteady has issued a lengthy statement intended to help players. If you want to “Be the Batman,” you’re going to need to massage the settings a bit. What stands out... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Knight Batmobile Edition Canceled For Quality Concerns

    With Batman: Arkham Knight out tomorrow, some of you might be clearing space for that hulking Batmobile version . While we do recommend you take the time to dust, you’re going to want to fill that spot with something else. The $199.99 version of the game has been canceled. Kotaku first reported... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Beyond, The Dark Knight Returns Costumes Added To Arkham Knight

    Batman: Arkham Knight is just a month away, releasing on June 23 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Next to the two collector's editions , the season pass , and pre-order bonuses , it's becoming difficult to figure out where to start with this release. Today, a new pre-order option appeared... More
  • Blog Post: Learn How To Make Real Life Predator Arm Blades

    The Predator has long been a mainstay in the world of gaming, and one of the weapons that makes him seem so deadly is that gnarly looking, arm-mounted blade that would make Ezio Auditore blush. Watch some real-life metal workers make a working Predator arm blade. After watching the weaponsmiths at Baltimore... More
  • Blog Post: Parents Don’t Mind Spending $131 On Skylanders, Disney Infinity, And Others In Six Months

    The NPD Group has issued a report on one of the hottest segments of the gaming industry: action figure games. Whether you call them “toys to life” or “interactive gaming toys,” more competitors are trying for a slice of the pie. Activision’s Skylanders, the genre originator... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Look At A New Mortal Kombat X Costume Pack

    Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon took to Twitter today to announce additional costume packs are on the way for the recently released (and highly praised ) Mortal Kombat X. Boon included a teaser image for what will likely be the first wave of costumes, the Brazil Pack, which comes with new outfits for Johnny... More
  • Blog Post: The Witcher 3 Comes Out On Tuesday, Learn About Its Development With Our Coverage Hub

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has a lot going for it and is sounding like it could end up being remembered as one of the best games of 2015. Before you play the game this coming week, you can look back at the development of the game through our coverage hub from when The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was our cover... More
  • Blog Post: With Mad Max: Fury Road Out Now, Get Caught Up On Our Coverage Of The Upcoming Mad Max Game

    Mad Max: Fury Road is currently enjoying as much praise as any action movie has received in quite some time, so if you count yourself among those who loved Max's most recent adventure, now is the perfect excuse to get caught up on the upcoming video game. Mad Max, which releases on September 1, was... More
  • Blog Post: Try Out Mortal Kombat X’s Jason Voorhees For Free This Weekend

    Warner Bros. and NetherRealm are giving you a chance to check out the first of the four announced Mortal Kombat X DLC characters. Jason Voorhees, of Friday the 13th fame, has his own challenge tower this weekend. The Premier tower allows you to take the Crystal Lake killer out for a spin. The six-match... More
  • Blog Post: In-Game Dying Light Hint Suggests Release Date For Bozak Horde DLC

    Techland's first-person, open-world zombie-apocalypse game is set in a ruined city, scattered with hundreds of broken-down vehicles. Among Dying Light 's derelict vehicles are some taxi cabs, each with a number to call the fictional dispatcher. Curious gamers are finding that calling the number... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Lego Dimensions Scooby Doo And Portal Sets Outed By Retailer Listing

    Over the weekend, unannounced sets for Warner Bros.’ upcoming Lego Dimensions toys-to-life game appeared on Walmart’s website. While the listings have since been removed, we can confirm that they did exist. The information was first identified by Brick Inquirer , which found listings for... More
  • Blog Post: Jason Drags A Corpse Into Mortal Kombat X Tomorrow

    The first of the four “Kombat Pass” characters for Mortal Kombat X arrives tomorrow (he'll be available for purchase individually on May 12). Jason, the silent, hulking terror of Crystal Lake will make his terrifying presence known. From the moment Jason enters the fight, you know he... More
  • Blog Post: Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor Game Of The Year Edition Coming Next Week

    All who wander are not lost. They are just waiting for all of the DLC to get packaged in with the game. Warner Bros. has announced a Game of the Year Edition for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Included are the following items: Story Add-ons: The Lord of the Hunt, The Bright Lord Skins: Dark Ranger,... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass Announced And Priced, But Details Sparse

    Warner Bros. has announced both a season pass and digital premium edition for Batman: Arkham Knight. The details aren’t complete yet, but the publisher says that it has six months of post-launch content planned for the game. The $39.99 season pass (also included in the $99.99 digital premium edition... More
  • Blog Post: Director Michelle MacLaren Steps Away From Wonder Woman Movie

    The upcoming Wonder Woman film, which is set to star Gal Gadot as the Amazonian princess, has lost its director. Michelle MacLaren, who has worked on episodes for television shows such as Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones, and more, has reportedly left the film over "creative differences"... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Are You Interested In Lego Dimensions?

    This morning, Warner Bros. unveiled the next major entry in the toys to life genre. Lego Dimensions is set to take on Activision’s Skylanders, Disney Infinity, and Nintendo’s Amiibo figures this fall, with its own approach to the category. Lego Dimensions comes with a base, buildable Gateway... More
  • Blog Post: Warner Bros.’ Lego Dimensions To Compete With Skylanders, Disney Infinity This Fall

    Last night, we reported on a number of different Lego-themed teases appearing across social media. At the time we posited that they might be connected to the rumored toys-to-life game in development. That hypothesis was accurate. Warner Bros. has announced Lego Dimensions, launching on September 27 for... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light Gets Zombie-Punting April Fools DLC Tomorrow

    Something has gone awry with the latest shipment of Antizin to Dying Light’s fictional city of Harran. Apparently, this batch has some strange side effects. For one day only, players will have enhanced strength. Oddly, that day is April 1. Here’s what you can expect when you load up the game... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat X Joins Superfan's Collection Of Custom-Made Arcade Cabinets

    My first experience with Mortal Kombat was on cabinet tucked away in the back of the Drug Fair in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. My friend Danny told me about the game on the bus one day, and I couldn’t believe what he was telling me. I needed to see it for myself. I was terrible at the original... More
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