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With just a few weeks left before WayForward's September 7 release of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold: The Video Game," fans have been aching to see the upcoming title's interconnecting feature between its Wii and Nintendo DS versions. While a proper video demonstrating just how the crossover will work hasn't quite surfaced, Bat-Mite's dual-
Thanks to this week's San Diego Comic-Con, we've been hearing all sorts of rumors and assorted hype regarding games like "DC Universe Online" and "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions," but not as much about the super-fun looking, kid-friendly DS ad Wii "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" game
"Batman: Arkham Asylum" isn't the only video game franchise that the Caped Crusader can call his own. He'll also be starring in "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," developer WayForward's upcoming video game adaptation of the animated television series of the same name. Borrowing the same visual designs as the TV show, "Brave and the Bold" looks like it will excel in the brig
The Super Mario Brothers aren't just the stars of this week's biggest video game release on the Wii, nor were they simply the heroes of one of the most disastrous films of the 1990s - they were also comic book legends.
Well, legends might be pushing it, but brothers Mario and Luigi certainly have some comic book credibility to their name. TRsRoc
With the recent release of the reimagined "A Boy and his Blob" on the Nintendo Wii, I found myself reflecting on the original 1989 NES title's horrendous awesome box art.
Although most probably remember the game for its strange premise and relatively innovative gameplay (you feed a blob jellybeans to make it transform into a variety of usable items), what I like best is its old school comic book aesthetic. While most