Posts tagged Warner Bros
Wii U Version of Injustice: Gods Among Us Missing Some Features, Lacks DLC?

I hate to poop on Nintendo’s parade on their big day, but I couldn’t keep this injustice a secret any longer.  (sorry)

Now that people finally have their hands on the DC Comics character brawler, Injustice: Gods Among Us, reports are suggesting that the Wii U version is missing some features that are present in the 360 and PS3 versions.  For example, content unlocked in the recently released iOS game of the same name is supposed to transfer over to the console versions and vice versa, but that perk seems to be absent on the Wii U release.  And check out the recent Twitter post from Giant Bomb’s Jeff Gerstmann :

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Question Of The Week: Batman Arkham Origins

Batman: Arkham Origins, the latest Batman game in the Arkham franchise, won’t be developed by Rocksteady Studios—instead, Warner Bros. Montreal is putting it together. That will appear on PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U.

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate will be released for the Vita and 3DS. Blackgate has been compared to Metroid for its 2D exploration/platforming gameplay.

Both games are due out on October 25th, 2013.

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Lollipop Chainsaw Review

A goofy and fun B-Movie horror flick in videogame form.

Lollipop Chainsaw puts you in the shoes of Juliet Starling. A cheerleader for San Romero High that is celebrating her 18th birthday. This is no ordinary 18th birthday. Upon arriving at the school park to meet her boyfriend, Juliet discovers that her entire school is infected with zombies. It then becomes a matter of finding what exactly is going on and to try and put an end to the madness. You discover that the barrier between Earth and Rotten World (A realm in which zombies and demons live) has been broken and that is the reason behind the zombie outbreak. In order to put an end to this you must find and kill five different demons, who have taken a zombie like form and are themed around different genres of music. You will occasionally get some help from your two sisters Cordelia and Rosalind to make things a bit easier for Juliet. This is the premise behind Lollipop Chainsaw and with the exception of a few plot twists, the game does very little to deviate from this.

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