EDIT: As of this edit on April 19th there appears to be no sign of the Bat. Like a defeated James Gordon it is, for the moment at least, time to shut off the light and call it a night on this latest spur on this illusive collection.
ORIGINAL STORY: Insanity is defined (more or less) by the notion of repeating something with the expectation of something will change. In some cases developers are counting on the notion of HD remakes to be taken in by fans with the same fanfare the original release did. And if a leaked email sent to Eurogamer is to be trusted then we may all find ourselves happily returning to the serious house on a serious earth with glee. Yes it seems as though Batman Arkham Asylum and Arkham City are returning as an HD collection. Continue reading “Rumor: Batman May Return Yet Again; Tune In Tomorrow Same Bat-Time to Find Out”
Kingdom Hearts is a beloved franchise that has yet to have another main installment. Fans have been waiting for 10 years, since the U.S. release of Kingdom Hearts II in 2006, for Kingdom Hearts III. There have been plenty of titles in between to hold over fans and Kingdom Hearts Unchained X is one of them. Kingdom Hearts Unchained X has been out in Japan since 2013 as a web based game and more recently, in 2015, on Android and iOS. It arrived to American shores on April 7, 2016. I’m a huge Kingdom Hearts fan and decided to give the game a go. Continue reading “Kingdom Hearts Unchained X Leaves You Wanting More”
Codex Worlds is attempting to bring a fresh take on tower defense games with their latest title, Infinium Strike. Funded through Kickstarter, this indie title is puts you in the boots of a weapons officer on the starship Freedom Strike tasked with eliminating an enemy known as the Wrog. A recent demo release on Steam has given us a taste of the team’s labor. Continue reading “Infinium Strike: A Fresh Take on Tower Defense Games”
Tonight The Coalition has released their first story based trailer for Gears of War 4. Titled “Tomorrow,” the trailer reveals peaceful scenes of a post-Locust War life as longtime series protagonist Marcus Fenix enjoys some gardening with his family. But the calm is cut with scenes of a time further away where Fenix’s grown son, JD, is shown being hunted by a new threat. All the while the scenes are set to Disturbed’s cover of “The Sound of Silence.”