The Batcave is usually a place where a brooding crimefighter or two can sit and secretly nap in front of a huge series of monitors running top of the line iTunes visualizers. But following this week's release of "Batman: Arkham Asylum," anyone who buys the game on the PlayStation 3 can just waltz in and do as they please
'Batman: Arkham Asylum' will be out in a matter of weeks on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, and if it lives up to the promise of its previews, it's got a shot at the title of Greatest Batman Video Game Ever.
GameDaily has a behind-the-scenes video that talks with both script writer Paul Dini ("Batman: Streets of Gotham") and the developers at Rocksteady Studios. Dini calls
So you hate your dad. It happens. Whether there's a break in ideology, he made you kill and eat your childhood dog, or you just have an Oedipal complex, you and Dad are not on good terms, and the sound of Father's Day approaching turns your spine to broken glass
-Hugh Jackman a.k.a. Wolverine, who did voiceovers for the tie-in video game, actually brought some of the lines into his performance in the movie.
-Cameo announcements: One-time Superman killer Doomsday will be appearing in the DC Universe O
'Marvel vs. Capcom 2 'was confirmed for release on the PS3 and XBox 360 today, with online play for both platforms. They've also released the first screenshots, including images of Iron Man holding a ginormous gun. (Kotaku)
Former 'Detective Comics' writer Paul Dini talks about scripting the 'Batman: Arkham Asylum' game. (CBR)
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