A new trailer for Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor has appeared on YouTube. In the trailer, the game’s two principal actors are interviewed about their characters
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Being a Wraith-powered assassin, Talion won't be needing any co-op help in Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.
It looks as though story-based downloadable content for the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins has gotten the Flying Grayson treatment.
After watching this eight-minute long gameplay walkthrough of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, we can't wait to stalk Sauron's forces beyond the black lands.
Turbine's newest Infinite Crisis character can leap tall buildings in a single bound.
Console and PC gamers each have their respective arguments in believing their mode of playing is the best. Whether it's stellar graphics or getting the full home entertainment experience, these are elements an iOS enthusiast can't fully lay claim to. But there are huge advantages of adventuring with a tablet, and Lego Lord of the Rings showcases one of the iPad's prime strengths.
Batman: Arkham Origins is a free to play app, and whether you're a mobile or a tablet user, the idea of the Dark Knight in an iOS world is downright enticing. Debuting this app a week before its console release also gives gamers a primer to Batman's current adventure. The key to this title's success lies on its freemium aesthetic. Will our Caped Crusader flourish amidst an in-app purchased Gotham?
Every once in a while, a fighting game comes along that heralds in a new era of brawlers and redefines the genre, changing everything fight fans knew and shakes them to their frame-counting cores. Unfortunately, Injustice: Gods Among Us is not that game. But regardless, it's still a pretty kickass experience for both lovers of fighting games and fans of DC Comics' pantheon of heroes and villains. And for those who like those things all rolled into one, it's something truly entertaining.
The Hobbit came out on Blu-ray and DVD this week, but if you can't get enough of J.R.R. Tolkien's world you can always go online. Kabam and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have released the free-to-play browser game The Hobbit: Armies of the Third Age.