Today Merchoid revealed their 3D Light modeled after Batman’s Batarang from last year’s Batman: Arkham Knight.
The 3D light is designed to make it look as though the Batarang has been thrown into the wall, with a specially designed ‘crack’ sticker that sticks to the wall beneath the light. The light can be set to on, off and timer mode, bathing the wall in a blue glow. Continue reading Merchoid Reveals Their Newest Light Fixture, A Replica Batarang Direct From Batman: Arkham Knight
Today we received official news, courtesy the Arkham Community Manager on the WB Games Forum, that we’ll be receiving the next wave of DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight this month.
Beginning January 19th PC gamers will get first crack at Crime Fighter Challenge Pack #6, while those of us console gamers will get to dive on January 26th.
Continue reading Batman: Arkham Knight January DLC Update Officially Revealed
In today’s gaming marketplace it’s become more and more common for AAA developers to release a game with the intention of backing it up with downloadable content, so much in fact that we’re presented with the option to purchase a season pass even before the game has been released. And yet Avalanche Studios, creators of the critically acclaimed Just Cause franchise, decided to take a completely different approach with the release of Mad Max.
So far the only mention of DLC that I’ve come across are references to the pre-order bonuses, console exclusives, and the Rockstar Energy challenge car… that’s it. Whether or not Avalanche Studios is making a silent statement against the dependence on DLC in gaming or they’re simply wanting to make sure there’s a demand before investing the time, I honestly don’t know.
However this is what I know… The below content has been made available so far.
Even though Avalanche Studios hasn’t yet revealed their ultimate plans for Mad Max, I’d say there’s probably an expectation within the community that there will be more DLC coming our way. With that in mind, I’ve compiled a list of what I’d love to see make an appearance in Mad Max.
Continue reading Does Avalanche Studios And WB Games Have A Plan For DLC In Mad Max?
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today released a television commercial for Mad Max, featuring in-game footage that showcases the chaotic, action-packed, open-world Wasteland.
Continue reading Warner Bros Interactive Unveils A Chaotic TV Spot For Mad Max
It’s been known for quite some time that Playstation 4 owners would be receiving, limited time, exclusive access to the Justice League 3000 & Classic TV Batman Skins, the Classic TV Batmobile Skin, and the most exciting is the Scarecrow Nightmare Missions.
Today we’re getting our first look at all of this content in action, courtesy of a new trailer released by Playstation.
Continue reading Batman: Arkham Knight, First Look At The Scarecrow Nightmare Missions Limited Exclusive To PS4
Arkham Insider Episode 3: This time, it’s personal. Rocksteady unveils a brand new mini-trailer featuring the Arkham Knight, and go into deep detail on some of the game’s key characters. And as always, they’re taking time to answer questions from the fans.
Continue reading Arkham Insider: Episode 3, Get Up Close With Arkham Knight, Scarecrow, & Batman
Last week it was officially announced that Batman: Arkham Knight was going to have a Season Pass option to secure the planned DLC. However this news was received by the community with very mixed feelings, in some cases even harsh criticism, because of the near $40 price point.
WB Games understood that they needed to reveal a bit more information to provide us all with a better understanding of what the Season Pass would actually include.
Continue reading Batman: Arkham Knight, WB Games Reveals Exciting New Season Pass Info!
Initially I wasn’t sure what we were going to except from Mad Max, my fear was that it was going to be a direct translation of Mad Max: Fury Road, which debuts in May, however based on the overview trailer that doesn’t seem to be the case. Visually it looks like they’ve amped up the franchise to meet the look and feel of Fury Road, however you’re starting from the beginning… left for dead and fighting for your survival.
Continue reading Mad Max Gameplay Overview Revealed!
Last year it was announced that the first piece of DLC we’d receive for Batman: Arkham Knight was going to be a playable Harley Quinn, however the details remained a mystery.
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A few weeks ago we learned that Batman: Arkham Knight was going to be the first game in the franchise to receive a Mature rating from the ESRB. Since the rating was revealed, there has been a lot of speculation within the community as to what has changed and what Rocksteady has in store for us with their final chapter of the franchise.
Continue reading Batman: Arkham Knight, The Official ESRB Rating Summary