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Are you video game prey or are you the video game hunter? On December 5 Attack on Titan fans in Japan can ponder this question while fighting to protect humankind's walled stronghold from grotesque man-eating giants in Spike Chunsoft's Attack on Titan: Humanity's Last Wings on Nintendo 3DS. Announced a few months back, Famitsu has unveiled new screen shots from the game based on Hajime Isayama's AoT manga and its corresponding anime series.
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Focusing mostly on sidescrolling action, the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate has been characterized as a "MetroidVania" experience, much to the delight of gamers like, say... Chris Sims. In a new interview with Polygon, BAOB director Mark Pacini may have sweetened the pot even further for players as he likened the title to yet another classic gaming series. How does Batman with a Mega Man twist sound?
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Sentinels, Smurfs and 16-Bit greatness await... after the cut.
Things are speeding along faster than teens with grappling hook thigh pouches for Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan. Since its serialized manga debut in Kodansha's Monthly Shōnen Sirius magazine in Japan in 2009, the humans vs. giants series has been adapted into an increasingly popular anime series and received all of the requisite merchandise. Kodansha USA has even gone from printing and digitally releasing collected volumes of the English version of the manga gradually to going monthly starting this month until they're caught up with Japan. Given the series' growing global popularity it isn't a surprise that a Nintendo 3DS game by Spike Chunsoft has been announced, but news of a manga spinoff already? Fans may just make like Titans and climb the walls over that news.
Despite E3 having come and gone, it's sadly still too early to see WayForward and D3 Publisher's upcoming Adventure Time and Regular Show games due out this fall in action. For fans ready to dig into the first proper RS handhold console game (following several mobile titles) and the multi-console followup to 2012's well-received Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!, D3P does have some new visuals to... um... visually chew on. Behold, the hi-res box art for Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! and Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby In 8-Bit Land after the cut.
Cartoons: Fox teases its ADHD lineup with a new sizzle reel that includes new Axe Cop footage.
Digital: Writer Dave Eggers and artist Noah Van Sciver (The Hypo) has a new comic up at Trip City.
Toys: Fans headed to the May 17-19 Dallas Comic Co
Gaming: New stills from The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct give players an updated look at the upcoming zombie FPS.
Auto: Toyota's Char Aznable themed Auris is probably way more fuel efficient than a mobile suit.
Toys: The new Grab Zags miniatures by Zag Toys seem t