The remaster of Rocksteady’s first two Arkham titles has been delayed indefinitely to give the studio behind it more time to improve the quality and ensure it meets the necessary standard. The new release, which is called Batman: Return to Arkham, has been built in Unreal 4 rather than Unreal 3, leading suggestions that this might be to blame for the delay.
The Arkham series was a revelation for many when it arrived. Showing that comic book video games could not only work, but thrive, and even be a mythology of its own. Since the conclusion of those Batman games, many are wondering if Warner Bros will do more focusing on other DC Comics characters. They spoke about this at E3:
As of this morning the new Batman game for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC will be coming out Oct 25th. Rocksteady is out on this one and WB Montreal is taking over. The game will feature eight villains and is set in the years before the Dark Knight really became the Dark Knight.
Here’s a list of all the winners at this years Annual Interactive Achievement Awards:
This rumour comes from the same source that said ‘Retro Studios’ is working on something that everyone wants them to work on…
When Rocksteady released Batman: Arkham Asylum in 2009 they seemingly did the impossible. They managed to not only create a decent Batman title, but one that thrived in an industry extremely skeptical about comic book tie-ins. Does Rocksteady create the ultimate Batman experience in the highly anticipated sequel Batman: Arkham City? Hit the break to view our verdict.(more…)
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Back to the Future: The Game is free on PlayStation Plus and All Zombies Must Die! makes its way to the PSN in this week’s European PlayStation Store update!
EA has released a brand-new trailer for their upcoming action-RPG, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, showcasing how the combat was created and including a great dose of gameplay. To be honest, much like Batman: Arkham Aslyumn this title will probably fly under the radar of many gamers. From last year’s E3 up till now, I’ve been extremely impressed with Reckoning, and you should be too.
Jurassic Park: The Game and The Ico & Shadow of the Collosus Collection highlight this week’s European PlayStation Store update!
Sonic CD and Trine 2 highlight this week’s PlayStation Store update!