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Which game do you want us to play next?

[Update] The poll is now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated!

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Ridge Racer (2012) Review

Where'd all the content go?

Upon booting Ridge Racer for the first time, I was a little confused and annoyed. After entering the "Gold Pass" included in the box I found myself waiting on a 550MB DLC download, which was subsequently followed by a day one patch. This however, was only a minor frustration; after all, the Gold Pass was unlocking three tracks and a few vehicles, so the benefits were apparent. It wasn’t until I actually got into the game that the true annoyance set in. As it turns out, the content contained within this Gold Pass was just as substantial as the content on the game's cartridge. Yes, that's right, out of the box Ridge Racer on the Vita offers a mere three tracks. Three. THREE!

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How Do You Celebrate the Holidays in Arkham City? Free DLC Of Course!

And no, you can't dress Bruce Wayne up like Santa.

Rocksteady wants you to enjoy the holidays by dropping from the housetops on henchmen skulls in style.  They've announced that they'll be making a new suit available for the World's Greatest Detective based on Batman Inc.  Here's a quote from their announcement on the official website:

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LEGO Batman 2 Reveal Leaked, To Feature Multiple Superheroes

Superman and Wonder Woman are among possible co-stars.

The Danish toy firm LEGO recently scored a major coup by securing licenses for both the DC and Marvel comic book universes.  The company has plans to bring LEGO forms of Batman, Superman, Spider-man and the Avengers to the build-crazy public next year, starting with Batman.

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Batman: Arkham City Hands On Preview

Batman is back in a sequel that aims to top everything laid out by its predecessor.

Batman: Arkham Asylum was arguably the best superhero game ever made. Never before had a superhero universe been so faithfully re-created in a video game. Everything from the gameplay to production values were done so well that the game won itself over with fans and critics alike. However, Rocksteady Studios is trying to best their last game with Batman: Arkham City. So far, they are definitely on the right track.

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Batman: Arkham Asylum Review

Who knew Batman could be transformed into a third-person stealth Bioshock.

When I first heard about Batman: Arkham Asylum, I thought it was too good to be true. I figured it would end up being nothing more than a typical disappointing licensed game. Then the pieces started coming together: Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill of Batman: The Animated Series fame were set to voice Batman and the Joker respectively, the combat seemed to capture the Dark Knight's signature style, and the story was being penned by prolific comic writer Paul Dini. At the end of it all, Arkham Asylum turned out to be one of the best licensed games I've ever played, and one of the finest games of its kind.

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