DC Entertainment has released a slew of video games throughout the years. Here’s the top ten DC Comics video games.
“Arkham Origins” looks like it will be another hit in the “Arkham” series.
Rocksteady won’t be developing this one, but the game’s still in good hands.
Christopher Walken’s got a fever and the only cure is… more cowbell? Nope. More Batman: Arkham City, of course!
Think you’ve explored all that Arkham City has to offer? Think again. Warner Brothers is re-releasing the game with a slew of downloadable content and expansions. Catwoman, Robin, Nightwing, Harley Quinn – nearly every character will be bringing something new to the table.
No, it’s not the result of a time warp, but a parody of what a trailer for the game might have looked like in the 1940s. Complete with sexual innuendo, racist undertones, and snappy jazz music.
Choosing the 11 best games of 2011 was mighty tough, given the absurd amount of amazing games that came out these year. But then again, that’s never a bad thing.
The trick is actually quite easy to pull off, and the laughs provided with be damn near infinite.
Problems for the Caped Crusader with Catwoman as well as the Joker, and the rumor mill is in full swing with new console gossip. There’s quite a lot to talk about this week in the gaming world.
It takes more than just the voice to pull off a good Batman. I’m fairly certain the real Dark Knight never threw his back out while ambushing the Joker.
Batman’s got bigger problems, Ratchet & Clank have two new friends for you to play as, and the music genre’s best hope for a revival are all here for you to enjoy this week.