As you trek through an abandoned building, you notice the light shining through the cracked ceiling, and except for the creaking floor below you, all is quiet…too quiet. Suddenly, a faint voice yells “KILL’EM,” and swarms of mutated bandits wielding bloodied axes start sprinting at you from their hiding places. You fire a grenade into the chest of the pack leader and boot him into a group of his friends before pressing the detonator. Since they’re only a couple left after that, you decide to have some fun. The leash (kind of a laser/whip) still has some charge in
The third Marvel vs. Capcom movie is on the way, and the full trailer for the videogame has arrived on the Intardwebz. While the characters appearing in the game are probably not a big surprise, the Galactus reveal should make for some interesting gameplay.
I’ve been trying to track down details about this announcement for a week or so, but to no avail. What we do know is Telltale Games is in the process of cooking up a brand new Back to the Future videogame to be released this Winter. USA Today had the first image design, and while it looks tad disturbing, if the entire game looks like this, I’d be okay with it. As for the storyline, Telltale would confirm that the games would include an appearance of the DeLorean time machine and, the fictional California setting of Hill Valley. The time
When Batman: The Brave and the Bold – The Videogame arrives fans will not only get to play Batman, but Blue Beetle, and a number of other heroes as well. Batman: The Brave and the Bold the Videogame fully immerses fans into the vivid animated world of the successful TV series where kids can play as Batman or together with family and friends in two-player co-op mode. Players can choose from iconic characters ROBIN, GREEN LANTERN, BLUE BEETLE, along with drop-in heroes such as AQUAMAN to help solve puzzles and fight foes. The game also features the majority of the
Here’s some cool news; Batman: The Brave and the Bold is getting the video game treatment thanks to Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.Â Matthew, Rodrigo and I were raving about the series just the other day, and knowing two of the three of us actively play videogames, I foresee this in a couple of stockings near the holidays. Check the complete press release after the jump.
IDW Publishing has announced it will release a five-issue mini-series based on American McGee’s Grimm videogame in April 2009. The series allows Grimm, the macabre dwarf who wreaks havoc on fairy-tale tableus, as he exits the latest fairy tale he darkened only to discover bright and sunny superhero comics. He enters the world, kick-starting a “Crisis on Earth 57,” where he launches a secret invasion crisis into a domain where villains are doomed to fail… until he gets involved! The series will be written by Dwight MacPherson with art by Grant Bond as Grimm invades world after world of comics.