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Taking place between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor doesn’t aim to bridge the gap between the two series, but rather it introduces you to a brand new character within a world that doesn’t exactly follow the rules of the usual canon. 1,533 more words
This weekend at New York Comic-Con, we got the opportunity to play a private demo of Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and talk one-on-one with Assistant Game Director Stephen Sharples about the upcoming game. 82 more words
NYCC 2014: Voice Actor Troy Baker on the Fun and Challenges of Playing Batman in Lego Batman 3! (and the Potential of a Suicide Squad Game!)
We got the opportunity to speak with Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Voice Actor Troy Baker this weekend at New York Comic-Con, and he had a lot to share! 103 more words
NYCC: Assistant Game Director Stephen Sharples on Lego Batman 3-- Favorite Heroes, New Locations, and More!
We got the opportunity to speak with Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Assistant Game Director Stephen Sharples this weekend at New York Comic-Con, and he had a lot to share! 95 more words
I don’t like the Lord of the Rings.
Cast your stones, be my guest, but I’m not a lover of fantasy in the slightest, preferring my dragons in the “How to Train” variety only. 702 more words
Probably only older gamer’s are gonna get that title but I don’t care, I think it’s funny. Moving on from bad comedy though, Gauntlet is most likely nestled in the hearts of most gamer’s old enough to remember the original four player arcade cabinet, the announcer pointing out the obvious that you needed food badly, or that you were about to die, and thankfully, WB Games has recreated the feel of the old arcade while still managing to make it their own.The first thing you’ll notice is a much more defined story, with the combatants being transported into the Gauntlet by a mysterious wizard (who also doubles as the announcer), who brings the four in as entertainment. 646 more words