DC’s main event is a mostly enjoyable one with a few noticeable caveats. Character dynamics shine brightest, the league is rounded out by lots of charismatic moments. Each hero has a few scenes that help solidify their personalities and contributions to the group. These moments, like Flash and the speed force or Wonder Woman foiling terrorists, these are excellent scenes. There are certainly questionable moments that could have been edited out, seeing as this movie was supposedly edited down from 2 hours and 50 minutes to just shy of 2 hours. While the CGI is annoying, the villain isn’t memorable, and the story isn’t anything new, there’s still plenty to enjoy in Justice League and enough to recommend to comic fans and general film-goers.
Subtle upgrades and innovations over multiple games has shaped Injustice 2 into every success that it boasts. It’s here that Injustice 2 is a solid leap better than its predecessor. It’s also turned out to be the best game that NetherRealm Studios has developed so far. What makes Injustice 2 stand apart from every other fighting game is an interesting story, masterful character customization, balanced fighters, and an overall excellent structure. It’s one of the best fighters I’ve played in years.
Netherrealm have released a new promised trailer for Injustice 2, the follow up to 2012’s Injustice: Gods Among Us. What looks like an absolute apocalypse to come in the DC Universe, friends become foes, new alliances are formed, and rivalries hit paramount. Continue reading New Injustice 2 trailer redraws the lines
Batman: Return to Arkham is now available for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, bringing two of the finest last gen titles to modern consoles. If you somehow missed out on these great games, you now have no excuses but to check them out (unless you’re busy with brand new releases). If however you already beat the crap out of these games already, there isn’t much else to see. Continue reading Batman Return to Arkham launch trailer, comparison
Earlier this month, the October sale kicked off on the PlayStation Store, with loads of top quality titles getting their prices slashed. You can still save money between now and the 19th of October, so pick through the list below and let us know if anything sticks out for you. Continue reading PlayStation Store (EU) Deals of the Week
Suicide Squad has faced a massive identity crisis. The first trailer gives us a feeling of darkness and twisted evil that overpowers all feeling. The second (Bohemian Rhapsody) and third (Ballroom Blitz) trailers ex hue a feeling of lightheartedness and fun. So what is it going to be? Neither because Suicide Squad is a mess of a movie that is filled with poor editing, an often dreadful script, and obscure tone and pacing issues. There are definitely good moments within the movie, such as good character interactions and solid action. Suicide Squad looked so promising and just falls short of expectations as a mixed bag of fun and missteps.
Grab your capes and settle in as Alfred is serving up Episode 1 of TellTale Games’ Batman series titled “Realm of Shadows.” The developers tell us that this iteration of Batman will give fans a first-hand opportunity to dive deeper into the complex life and mind of Bruce Wayne, the duality of his own identity, and the struggle of responsibility in saving a city overcome with corruption and villainy.
Starting with Batman on August 2nd, Telltale Games are turning their episode adventures into multiplayer experiences, if the player chooses to do so. With the library of Telltale games, we know that groups can crowd around the tv or livestreams to see the story play out, but now those viewers can get involved. Continue reading Telltale Games to add multiplayer going forward
Announced last December at The Game Awards, Telltale Games are putting their story telling abilities to work on a brand new IP for the studio, DC Comics’ Batman. The story will feature a lot of Bruce Wayne and a decent amount of Batman, and Telltale have finally released a trailer for the public to enjoy, along with a release date. Continue reading Premiere trailer releases for Telltale Games’ Batman