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While it's been on some gamers' radar since E3 2012, I confess I've been a bit in the dark regarding Platinum Games' upcoming tokusatsu-flavored superhero video game The Wonderful 101. Turns out I'm not alone, though, as there hasn't been a ton of marketing for the title despite its looming September 15 release date on Nintendo's Wii U. Now, as I dive into PG's latest blog posts and gameplay videos I can say that I think a lot of superhero fans are going to want to give this thing a try.
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.
It doesn't quite have the same ring to it as "Super Dixon Bros." to me, but starting today, Activision's The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct first-person-shooter will indeed supply players with a video game adventure following Daryl and his brother Merle as they journey from Georgia to Atlanta, complete with all the requisite zombie slaying/surviving antics.
Now available on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC, the game is meant to bring to life "the authentic, heart-stopping
TV: The first trailer for Nickelodeon's Power Rangers Megaforce is now online for your streaming pleasure.
Papercraft: If the vinyl Prison Pit figures are a little too rich for your blood at the moment, Paperfoldables' papercraft figures may tickle your fancy.
Gaming: Green Arrow will be a playable character in Injustice: Gods Among Us when the DC fighting game arrives.
Industry: Dark Horse has officially promoted Scott Allie to Editor in Chief.
Fan Films: The first episode of the fan
Movies: James Gunn is officially directing Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.
Creators: In a recent interview, Grant Morrison broke down why he doesn't want to do monthly superhero comics any longer.
Gaming: New screen shots from Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth show what the game will look like on Nintendo's Wii U console.
With Batman donning a new suit that stores and releases kinetic energy in the Wii U ported Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition, it only seems fair that his playable co-star Catwoman might also stand to upgrade her tech, right? With Catwoman's flashy new blue lightning-y claws matching Batman's similarly glowing gauntlets, it appears so. Of course, that's not the only change to Selina Kyle's signature catsuit. Compared to her original costume, her new armor leaves a lot mo
It's safe to say by now that Batman: Arkham City is widely considered to be one of the best comic book-based video games ever created. The game's been available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC since late 2011, but has yet to appear on a Nintendo console. That's