The Batman is an origin story. Not the one you’re thinking of which we’ve seen depicted in film and comic form more times than Superman has abused his X-ray vision powers to spy on hot singles in his area. Director Matt Reeves doesn’t show us yet another slow-motion shot of Martha Wayne’s pearls scattering across a grimy alley as some low-life guns her and her husband down, leaving the crying Bruce Wayne to swear vengeance and grow up to wear a gimp suit with ears. No, in The Batman, Bruce has already been battling crime for 2-years. He’s still young, hot-headed and prone to losing control. He’s Vengeance, but he’s not The Batman. Not yet. Not until the credits roll on this excellent new telling of the Dark Knight.
I’m going to take a break from playing the Witcher 3 (and writing the review for it. Yes, it’s coming) to chat briefly about the first ever Comic-Con held in Aberdeen, Scotland, just yesterday, an event I was happy to attend since most conventions require me to travel […]
Platforms: Playstation 3, Playstation Vita, 3DS, PC, DS, Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 (reviewed) Release Date: Out now! Developer: Traveller’s Tales Publisher: Warner Bros Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Co-op: Yes, 2-player Splitscreen Thanks to Warner Bros for providing a copy of this game for review. Another month, another LEGO […]
The name Mortal Kombat resonates with gamers all over the world. It conjures images of of brutality, blood and fast combat that kept legions of people hooked on the gameplay for years, but the modern versions of the beloved series haven’t had quite the impact of the original games. But […]
It’s a good start to the day when you wake up to find a press release from Warner Bro’s sitting in your inbox that happily announces the release of a Green Lantern game. The games release is set to coincide with the films release in Summer 2011 so […]