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Before Vita..

As I lay here in this bed trying to connect the dots to explain what I had just done; a feeling washed over me, The feeling? 1,124 more words

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Batman: Arkham Asylum

I suppose writing about this after already writing about Arkham City is a little redundant, but fuck it, it’s my blog. So there.

Arkham Asylum is based on the Batman comic mini-series  374 more words

Plot Corridors in Batman: Arkham Asylum

Video games sometimes have difficulty telling a good story because of the necessities of what a game must do to be a game. By giving the player choices, game plots can approach levels of depth and complication that plots in old media could only imagine; when presented with three choices on where to go to solve the current plot issue, prioritizing one option over the others must necessarily have consequences, or else the choice becomes superficial and arbitrary, the player feels their impact on the game is minimal, and the plot remains essentially static and linear. 1,309 more words

Video Games

Batman Arkham Duo Remastered for PS4 and Xbox One, Report Claims

Remastered versions of Warner Bros.’ acclaimed action titles, Batman Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, are expected to be remastered for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. 284 more words

Batman Arkham Asylum Review

Batman Arkham Asylum Review

So this is the first time I have played a full batman game where batman wasn’t made of Lego so this is a new thing for me but anyway I should be getting better at this by now haha. 506 more words

Game Review

Top 10 Disney Supporting Characters #10 The Crocodile

It’s been a long time since I did a Top 10… mainly because I couldn’t pick my favorite romantic moments, so I switched to Disney.  There’s a lot not to like about Disney, sure, but you have to admit they do create some interesting characters, but instead of focusing on the protagonist/antagonist, I decided to pick from the supporting cast, where we always get some of the most interesting personalities be they someone like John Falstaff or Rafiki (who we’ll meet again later).   329 more words