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  • Blog Post: Spoiled Rotten – Video Games' Biggest Spoilers

    This article contains a giant list of video game spoilers for games such as BioShock, Final Fantasy X, and Red Dead Redemption. You’ve been warned. Games are full of great plot twists, but knowing these plot twists before you play the game can sometimes ruin your enjoyment of the experience. That... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Lego Dimensions

    TT Games has been making games based on the Lego toys for eight years now, so it only seemed natural when the company announced it was entering the burgeoning toys-to-life market with a game based on – you guessed it – Lego toys. As Reiner pointed out in his Lego Dimensions review , the studio's... More
  • Blog Post: It's Batman Day – Here Are All Of Our Batman Video Game Reviews

    September 26 is Batman day , which is a great excuse to look at the Dark Knight's mostly disappointing video game legacy. With the impressive success of the Arkham series of Batman games, it's easy to forget that before the release of Batman: Arkham Asylum in 2009, pretty much all Batman games... More
  • Blog Post: 13 Ways 2005's Batman Begins Beat Arkham Knight To The Punch

    Saturday, September 26 is Batman day, which as good a excuse as any to share this strange feature which showcases the surprising ways in which the 2005 licensed Batman Begins games did a lot of things Batman: Arkham Knight would 10 years later. 2005's Batman Begins video game tie-in of the same name... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Batman: Arkham Knight's Tumbler DLC

    Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight film trilogy garnered critical and fan acclaim for most of its run. With Batman: Arkham Knight giving several nods to past incarnations of the Caped Crusader through downloadable content, it was only a matter of time before Rocksteady released a component from the... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Batman: Arkham Knight's 1989 Tim Burton Batmobile DLC

    Today saw the release of some new skins and DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight, the most exciting of which is based on the Tim Burton's Batman released in 1989. Join myself and Ben Reeves as we try on Michael Keaton's Batsuit and jump into his Batmobile. Alongside the new suit and Batmobile (which... More
  • Blog Post: The Giant List Of Games Our Readers Must Defend

    Yesterday I posed a question to readers : What generally disliked games do you defend? The responses from readers were wide and varied, covering games I didn't even realize needed defending. I've gathered the results here . Click here for a larger chart First up, in the chart above, you will... More
  • Blog Post: The Readers Have Spoken And Selected The Best Version Of Batman

    We recently proposed a difficult question to our readers – what is the best version of Batman, video game or otherwise ? Here are the responses. No need to tease the results – among readers here at Game Informer, Kevin Conroy's interpretation of Batman, specifically from Batman: The Animated... More
  • Blog Post: We Tracked Down An Escaped Super Villain In This Batman: Arkham Knight Easter Egg

    Not all of Batman's super villains are content in a prison cell in Arkham Knight. There's an Easter egg related to changing the clock on your console in the game, and we tried it out. Join myself and Jeff Cork as we set our PlayStation 4 clock to October 31, Halloween day, which triggers an escape... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The First 30 Minutes Of Batman: Arkham Knight's Batgirl Prequel DLC

    Batman: Arkham Knight's big story DLC, A Matter Of Family starring Batgirl , is available now for season pass holders, and we played through the first half-hour. If you haven't beaten Arkham Knight yet, don't worry. There are no spoilers in A Matter of Family (at least not during the first... More
  • Blog Post: Collecting All Batman: Arkham Knight’s Riddler Trophies? Read This First

    Over the past few days, I decided to do something dumb: collect all 243 Riddler trophies in Batman: Arkham Knight. I never bothered tracking them down in the previous Arkham games, but I figured it would be a fun way to extend the life of a game I was enjoying. One wasted holiday weekend later, I’m... More
  • Blog Post: Batman's Director Weighs In On The Arkham Asylum Vs. Open-World Debate

    While Batman: Arkham Knight is earning its fair share of praise , some fans still prefer the more self-contained Metroid-inspired setting of 2009's Batman: Arkham Asylum. While visiting Rocksteady last year for our cover story on Batman: Arkham Knight , we asked game director Sefton Hill about his... More
  • Blog Post: How Many Players Have Completed This Year's Biggest (PlayStation 4) Games?

    Unlike other forms of entertainment media, video games require a certain amount of commitment, perseverance, and skill in order for them to be finished. It's no surprise then to learn that even the most highly regarded games aren't always finished by those who play them. Using the PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Wayne Tower Springs A Leak In Weird Arkham Knight Glitch

    Gotham City is a sucky place to live. Ignore for a moment that it’s a haven for street-level crime. Try to see past the fact that dozens of evil masterminds are obsessed with destroying it. Even if the city underwent an urban renewal the likes of which had never been seen before, you can’t... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Batman: Arkham Knight Is A Brilliant Use Of An Unpopulated Open World

    Batman: Arkham Knight delivers on many fronts, including the best narrative found in the series to date and improvements to the already stellar combat mechanics of Arkham games past. Following the feeling of emptiness of Arkham City’s open world, however, Rocksteady’s use of Gotham City in... More
  • Blog Post: Witcher 3 And Batman Top Our Reader's List Of Most Anticipated 2015 Games

    Earlier this week , we asked readers what their most anticipated games of 2015 are, and while the results were varied, there were two that stood far among the rest. We tallied the results from the comments, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Batman: Arkham Knight easily topped the list, as you can see... More
  • Blog Post: Here's What You Missed In The Recent Batman: Arkham Knight Trailer

    A few days ago , Rocksteady and Warner Bros. released a new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight, which gave us a long and stoic look at Batman's compatriots: Robin, Nightwing, and Catwoman. But if you look closely at the trailer, you might have also picked out a few more juicy details about one of... More
  • Blog Post: 6 Non-Christmas Games To Play Over Christmas Break

    Plenty of games feature holiday-themed levels, but it takes a special balance to inspire that warm, vaguely festive feeling without making the game about yuletide. Here are some you should play to get the most out of your time off without sacrificing that fuzzy feeling. Batman: Arkham Origins The Caped... More
  • Blog Post: 5 Open-World Franchises That Should Steal Shadow Of Mordor's Nemesis System

    Open-world games are more popular than ever, and while we're still seeing some of the best the genre has to offer, there's always room for improvement. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor may not be the largest sandbox around, but it makes up for it in spades with the intriguing nemesis system. This... More
  • Blog Post: Top 5 Remastered Collections We Want To Play

    Like the HD remakes of the last generation, it’s clear that remastered versions of popular games are going to be a part of this new generation. Gamers are eager to revisit more polished and refined experiences that they already know they love. Single-game releases – like Tomb Raider and The... More
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