Can developer WB Montreal step out from Batman’s shadow, or are these caped crusaders trapped in the dark?
Mini-reviews for Shantae: Half-Genie Hero, Ladykiller in a Bind, Gurumin 3D, PlayStation VR, Xmas Shooting – Scramble, Final Fantasy XV, and Wild ARMs 3.
The first two episodes have been square-jawedly focused on Batman, but New World Order smartly turns its attentions to the people around him.
After a shaky debut last month, Batman: The Telltale Series has found its footing with an exceptional sophomore outing. This should have been the premiere.
Realm of Shadows hints at an insightful take on the violence inherent in Batman, but it lacks the emotional weight of other Telltale premieres.
For singleplayer games, Telltale’s works can be wonderfully collaborative, and Crowd Play is just reinforcing that. Also, think of classroom use!
Telltale have said a lot about the tone of Batman, but we finally get a glimpse of it in action—and this could be The Animated Series’ second coming.
The big LEGO sets get a lot of hype, but sometimes it’s the tiny ones that invoke the most artistry. We take a look at LEGO Mighty Micros.