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
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ComicsAlliance made its first trek to the Electronic Games Expo 2012 this past week, taking in a bevy of comic book and superhero related titles including The Avengers: Battle For Earth, the reimagined Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition for Nintendo's upcoming Wii U console, plus Injustice: Gods Among Us, Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes, The Amazing Spider-Man game, Young Justice: Legacy and many others. If you've never been to an E3 before, the closest comparison just mig
In the absence of an official video game tie-in to The Avengers movie this summer, fans have been eager for information about Ubisoft's new motion controlled title, The Avengers: Battle For Earth, which is slated for release later this year on the Xbox 360 Kinect and Nintendo's upcoming Wii U console. Only a teaser trailer and a few still imag
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 info and a new trailer for The Avengers: Battle For Earth motion game came to light yesterday during Ubisoft's E3 conference. Though its vague fall release date has yet to be specified, Ubisoft specified that players will be able to adventure through Marvel's Secret Invasion comic book storyline on in addition to the Xbox 360 Kinect: Nintendo's upcoming Wii U. Ubisoft also screened a new trailer for t
Gaming: Nintendo unveiled its next generation console, the Wii U, yesterday at E3. It looks pretty rad, but all you really need to know for now is that Batman: Arkham City is confirmed for the system when it drops in 2012.
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