With a new gameplay trailer, Telltale Games has announced that its upcoming Batman game will debut on digital platforms on smartphones, consoles and PCs starting August 2.
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Telltale Games has shed new light on its upcoming Batman game, detailing the cast featured in the role-playing title Batman - The Telltale Series, which will be available in summer 2016.
The announce trailer has been revealed for Injustice 2, the sequel to 2013's Injustice: Gods Among Us. It shows off a new character, Supergirl, and the prototype Batman suit from Batman Beyond.
Rocksteady Studios has updated Batman: Arkham Knight for PC squashing some bugs, boosting performance, adding support for December's DLC and including 'heavier rain' in the opening scene of the game.
After releasing several high-quality choose-your-own-adventure RPG games across various platforms, Telltale Games is now looking to launch an episodic Batman game which will debut in 2016.
Following the continued issues in the re-release of Batman: Arkham Knight for PC, Warner Bros. is offering refunds for buyers before the end of 2015, regardless of the time they have spent playing it.
Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight has returned to Steam with performance issues for the game presumable fixed. Windows 10 users are still recommended to have 12GB of RAM for smooth gameplay.
Countless PC gamers, whether Nvidia or AMD users, have expressed anger about Arkham Knight's performance with reports of constant stuttering ruining gameplay. Here's our take.
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has finally detailed its reasoning behind awarding the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight an "M for Mature" rating. The game will launch on June 2 this year.
The upcoming game in Rocksteady's Batman series, Batman: Arkham Knight, has received an 'M for Mature' rating from the ESRB. The game is slated for a release on June 2 of this year.
Ahead of the release of Batman: Arkham Knight next year, Bundle Stars is offering a low price on the complete Batman Arkham series of games to add to your Steam library for the next three days.
Microsoft has now updated the previously released iOS Xbox SmartGlass app via iTunes, adding full support for Apple's new iPhone 5 along with some unnamed bug fixes.
Google has now added a 34 button calculator feature in its search engine, allowing users to interact with Google in some new and interesting ways besides just generating answers to questions.
Nokia will release a limited edition Dark Knight Rises version of the Lumia 900 to the general public in parts of Europe later this year. Pricing has yet to be announced.
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