Deathstroke, and an Unrefined Batman take Center Stage
Gameinformer has just revealed their May cover which exposes a prequel to the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham games, titled Batman: Arkham Origins. Developed by WB Montreal, Arkham Origins promises a tale of a young, and learning Batman who will face off against some of his most infamous enemies, including Slade Wilson (aka Deathstroke), who will be making his debut appearance.
At some point, somebody (or a group of people) asked me if we had a page out there that displayed all of the comments they left across the site. Of course, that feature did not exist at the time, so I added it to the list of components to create. Yesterday, I stealthily updated the site to include said functionality.
Relax, April Fools is over. You can get excited now.
Considering yesterday was April 1st, it’s no wonder that some announcements that may seem too good to be true were held off until today. Case in point, this morning Atlus announced that after 10 years, Shin Megami Tensei will be returning to the states with the fourth mainline title in the series this summer, exclusively for the 3DS.
A brand new polling function and slight improvements to the private messaging system headline our latest set of changes.
Hi every-body! I must apologize for the delayed release notes for this latest changelog. Somewhere around 10PM EST yesterday I released the actual changes to the site, but did so silently. I'm sure some of you have noticed them already, particularly the minor upgrades to the private messaging system.
Check out the first trailer, and additional information on what's going to be on the disc.
Final Fantasy X HD was one of the feathers in the cap of the PS Vita when it was announced, and then things went dark on the project for quite some time. Today, Square Enix unveiled the first trailer for the game, and confirmed that Final Fantasy X-2 is also getting the HD treatment. Unfortunately for PS Vita owners, this announcement isn’t all great news…
PAX East just kicked off today in Boston, but we may already have born witness to what may be the event’s biggest announcement. Capcom has announced that they will be resurrecting one of the most beloved platformers of all time. That’s right, DuckTales is making a comeback this year.
This is a natural 20 of arcade goodness.
Former arcade rats and fans of old school beat ‘em ups have something special to look forward to in the near future. Capcom is slated to unveil ports of their Dungeons & Dragons arcade games for PSN and XBLA at the upcoming PAX East. The two side scrollers were somewhat of a rarity in arcades, most likely due to the immense popularity of the fighting game genre, leading to arcades doubling down on those types of games at the expense of others. Now, though, players who missed out will finally have a chance to play these lost gems.