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  • Rumour LEGO Incredibles 2 and DC Villains Seemingly on the Way

    No capes

    A report that originated from Comicbook.com that stated two new LEGO titles are in development at TT Games has been backed up by Eurogamer.net. Citing sources "close to the studio", it assures that LEGO games based on The Incredibles 2 and DC's roster of villains are both on the way. Both games are expected to release this year. We'd...

  • News Scribblenauts Showdown Stretches Its Vocabulary on 6th March

    Is 'valetudinarian' even a word?

    It’s been rumoured for a little while, but Warner Bros has now confirmed that Scribblenauts Showdown will release on 6th March in North America and 9th March in Europe. It sounds like this is going to be quite multiplayer-heavy, with "more than" 25 minigames for up to four players. Of course, the title’s...

  • News ESRB Rates Scribblenauts Showdown for PS4

    Pencil it in

    The eagle-eyed Gematsu has spotted an ESRB rating for a game called Scribblenauts Showdown. This follows the game being rated in Taiwan, and both instances list PlayStation 4 amongst the title's platforms. For those who aren't familiar with Scribblenauts, it's a series of puzzle platformers in which you play as Maxwell, a boy who owns...










  • News Injustice 2's Joker Is a Hobo with a Happy Face

    Why so serious?

    While there are some questionable character designs in Injustice 2, we must admit we quite like the title's take on sinister supervillain The Joker. With overgrown green locks and a purple trench coat, the character maintains elements of his comic book counterpart, but is unlike any version of the baddie that we've seen before. He...

  • News Middle-earth: Shadow of War Is Really Upping Its Loot Game

    Precious gear

    IGN is back with another trailer - we mean, er, Gameplay Reveal for Middle-earth: Shadow of War. This time we're getting a look at the game's expanded loot system, which sees protagonist Talion stumble across an entirely new range of equipment as he slaughters orcs of all shapes and sizes. In addition to new swords and daggers, you'll...

  • News New Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gameplay Is All About the Kill

    Let's get stabby

    Middle-earth: Shadow of War is only a few months away from release, which means that we're starting to see gameplay footage drop on a regular basis. This latest video from IGN puts a load of different kills on display, with combat looking just as brutal as it did in Shadow of Mordor. We're looking forward to seeing how this sequel...

  • News Mince Through Minas Ithil in Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gameplay

    Monolith's sequel doesn't make a great first impression

    Warner Bros has released four minutes of gameplay footage from the fast-approaching Middle-earth: Shadow of War in 4K resolution – but it looks kinda rough from where we're sitting. The game – which is due out in August – introduces a scenario in Minas Ithil in this video, and while it...

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    Review LEGO City Undercover

    Prison break

    The LEGO games are famous for their humorous adaptations of popular movie properties and comic book characters, but in more recent times developers TT Games and TT Fusion have begun creating their own LEGO adventures. This year's LEGO Worlds saw the franchise's detailed take on Minecraft, and only a month later the distinguished brick's...


  • News Injustice 2 Unmasks Scarecrow, Captain Cold

    Cold as ice

    Who doesn't love a bad boy, eh? Warner Bros has released the latest in a long string of Injustice 2 trailers, this time focusing on some nasty men like Gorilla Grodd and Bane. But look closely and you'll spy two additional nemeses: Captain Cold and Scarecrow. Terror just got taken to a whole new level in NetherRealm's upcoming brawler.

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    Review LEGO Worlds

    Brick it to the man

    Upon its release in 2011, Minecraft drew plenty of comparisons to LEGO. It was like playing with everyone's favourite Danish export – no, not him – but virtually, and without the damage to your bank account. Hell, LEGO even made Minecraft sets, so you could play your favourite virtual LEGO game in real life with LEGO. So...

  • News Middle-earth: Shadow of War May Let You Import Your Shadow of Mordor Save

    Back to the battlefield

    Following yesterday's huge 16-minute gameplay video, the details are starting to drip regarding Middle-earth: Shadow of War. When asked by GamesRadar whether the sequel could make use of your Shadow of Mordor save data, Monolith Produ

  • News Middle-earth: Shadow of War Meets New Nemeses in First Gameplay

    Lord of the rings

    Blimey! We expected today's promised Middle-earth: Shadow of War gameplay trailer to spend two or three minutes showing off the game – but instead we've got a full 15 minute walkthrough. This delves into intricate detail, outlining pretty much all of the top-line features you can expect to encounter in the game – including the...

  • News Middle-earth: Shadow of War Takes the P*ss with a 5 Second Gameplay Teaser

    Blink and you'll miss it, literally

    Bloody hell, there are teaser trailers and then there are teaser trailers. Warner Bros. has released what is quite possibly the shortest clip we've seen in years, clocking in at just a few seconds before it cuts off. Of course, this is all to try and get you hyped for the Middle-earth: Shadow of War gameplay...

  • News Dr. Fate Fights into Injustice 2 on PS4


    We're not going to lie: we barely know anything about Dr. Fate. NetherRealm Studios is really digging deep into the DC Comics archives with Injustice 2, and it's emerged with Kent Nelson's alter-ego – at least, that's what Wikipedia told us about the character. Y'know, we pride ourselves on adding value to each and every article that we...




  • News Supergirl Smashes Faces in Injustice 2 on PS4


    It's been a little while since we heard anything about Injustice 2, so we're probably due this update to be frank. IGN has uploaded a video centring on the moves and abilities of Supergirl, a so-called "Jill of all trades" character with ice breath and the ability to fly close to the sun. We're still not sure about the art direction...

  • Rumour Warner Bros Montreal Scraps Suicide Squad Game

    Harley fin

    Word is that Warner Bros Montreal has scrapped its long-in-development Suicide Squad game – despite it being in production for two years. The title – which would have seen you take control of the eponymous band of anti-heroes – was never formally announced, but was rumoured to be a co-op title. Apparently, it failed to impress...

  • Hands On Getting Creative with LEGO Worlds on PS4

    If you can dream it, you can build it

    Ever since the launch of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game years ago on the PlayStation 2, the LEGO games have enjoyed a lengthy, if somewhat predictable, lineage of excellent platformers. The formula is relatively set in stone at this point, as you build, fight, and explore LEGO universes across a broad variety...



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    Review Batman: Return to Arkham


    The Batman: Arkham series has housed some of the best superhero games of all time – Spider-Man 2 and perhaps Deadpool aside – so it's easy to see why Warner Bros and Rocksteady decided to return to Arkham with, er, Batman: Return to Arkham. Consisting of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City (along with all DLC), right off the bat it's hard...

  • News Oh! Batman: Return to Arkham Is Out on PS4

    No Joker

    Surprise: Batman: Return to Arkham is out now. Well, in some regions it is – those of you in the UK may have to wait until tomorrow. The point, though, is that this game seems to have snuck up on us like a laughing gas bomb. We distinctly remember it being delayed a little earlier in the year… And now, it's out! Here's the launch...

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    Review Batman: Arkham VR

    Behind the mask

    Rocksteady's never been shy depicting Batman as the mentally deranged individual that he so clearly is, and with the British studio back on development duties for this short virtual reality story, it's Bruce Wayne's busted psyche that once again takes centre stage. Batman: Arkham VR may only take you about an hour to see through, but...

  • Video Watch Us Become the Batman with PlayStation VR

    Caped crusader

    Batman: Arkham VR very much falls under the "experience" category rather than a full-fledged game, but how much would you pay to be the Dark Knight for an hour? Well, developer Rocksteady's charging $19.99/£15.99 for this, which certainly looks steep on the surface, but it's by far one of the best examples of virtual reality so...



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