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Superman Video Game Rumors Surface Ahead of SDCC
Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight has only been out for a few weeks, and already we've got rumors and reports about what's next for DC Comics' heroes in the video game world. While there have been reports about a Justice League or Superman game for almost as long as the Batman: Arkham series has been successful, nothing substantial has ever turned up. A few different developers not named Rocksteady tried their hands at Superman and Flash games for the previous generation, but those never saw the light of day, leaving us with Batman: Arkham as the only non-MMO console experience. Now, just days before San Diego Comic-Con is set to kick off, new rumors have surfaced that a Superman game is actually in the works... from someone. Maybe. That's part of the problem with the rumor mill; it's just too easy to fake things these days. Keeping that in mind, let's take a look at this purported leak and see if there's any possible truth to the idea that there's a new Superman game currently in development.
Batman: Arkham Origins' Cold, Cold Heart DLC Gameplay
Watch Batman's new, thermal Batsuit in action as he takes on Mr. Freeze and his goons in this new piece of downloadable content for Batman: Arkham Origins. Arkham Origin's Mr. Freeze-oriented DLC, Cold, Cold Heart, is going to feature Bruce Wayne taking back the frozen-over Wayne Manor back from the clutches of his coldest nemesis...
Next Batman: Arkham Game Might Feature Hush as Antagonist
WB Games is still working on Batman: Arkham Origins, but that doesn't mean the publisher isn't already looking ahead to what's next. It's been a while since we've heard anything from Rocksteady Studios, and there's some new speculation as to what the studio has been up to since finishing Batman: Arkham City.
Toy Fair 2014: Square Enix Shows Metal Gear, Batman and More
It seems like Square Enix has been making collectibles and action figures for video games for almost as long as its been developing the games themselves. This year at Toy Fair, the manufacturing side of Square showed off a bunch of cool new additions to existing lines, including all-new Play Arts Kai figures for Batman: Arkham Origins, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and surprisingly, Titanfall.

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