Warner Bros. Entertainment and 5th Cell Media confirmed April's rumors of a Scribblenauts/DC Comics title in a big way in May with the official announcement of Scribblenauts Unmasked and a corresponding trailer and set of screen shots demonstrating protagonist Maxwell's future adventures with the heroes and villains of the DCU powered by his noun-manifesting magical notebook. They didn't stop there, though, sharing evermore preview images across social media, giving players a broader look at Scribblenauts-ified DC characters and locations, plus gameplay functionality unique to game such as the game's Super Hero Creator module and Batcomputer. Are you ready for ScribblenautsMogo?
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As if the addition of the Dark Knight's fellow Justice Leaguers (among some 70 total playable characters) wasn't enough to make you want to play Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, there's something else that makes the new game special: It's the first Lego game to feature characters that actually speak... including a particularly good-humored S
Having already sold several million units on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, Batman: Arkham City has set its sights on Nintendo's upcoming Wii U console with a new edition boasting enhanced gameplay features and console-specific controls specifically designed for the new, tablet-like, Wii U GamePad. Scheduled for a holiday
More and more playable characters from Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games' Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes are being revealed all the time as the game's June 19 release date approaches. Last week SFX confirmed both Wonder Woman and Catwoman would be joining a cast that includes Batman, Robin and Supe
Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Studios have been whetting fankind's appetite for its sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum with plenty of light content over the past few months, but today's release of a Batman: Arkham City featuring more than 12 minutes of gameplay is the most substantial promo yet. Showcasing Batman and Catwoman's
Payback schemes for the verbal abuse dished out by a remote Edward Nigma in Batman: Arkham Asylum have been brewing in players' heads since 2009. Fortunately a new image snapped at Rocksteady Studios' booth during E3 brings players one step closer to constructively dealing with their repressed hostility.
Let's face it: When it comes to the Green Lantern corps, Hal Jordan is probably not the most creative dude with his constructs in the bunch. That's not a huge problem in terms of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's upcoming Green Lantern: Rise of the Man