TT Games plays with time and digs deep into the history of the Marvel universe.
The DC-powered fighter heads to another universe for its next characters.
The toys-to-life version of Lego looks like it'll end its two-year run.
A quick rundown of Monolith's action-packed entry into Middle-Earth canon.
They call me Câty the Lovelorn in the streets of Mordor.
Let's take a look at the microtransactions and loot box mechanics of Monolith's highly anticipated Shadow of War.
Talion's quest for revenge blows up big time. But is that for the better?
Monolith Production doesn't expect paid loot boxes to intrude on most players.
The Forthog Orc-Slayer DLC money won't be going to WB, it seems.
Look out, Shelob's got a cocktail dress.
Just like an elephant, an Orc never forgets.
NetherRealm tackles its darker version of the DC Universe again, with interesting results.
The Lord of the Rings action-RPG is bigger, and more dangerous than ever.
The launch trailer for Injustice 2 teases the game's villain, but shows off the game's action.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 announcement includes, Baby Groot, Spider-Gwen, and Gladiator Hulk
Starfire, Red Hood, and Sub-Zero come out to play. And who's that in the background...?
A guide to Kyrpt unlocks, as well as character combos and fatalities in Mortal Kombat X.
A cryptic teaser points towards a new game in the Batman: Arkham series.
Avalanche Studios gets a new lease on life thanks for Warner Bros.
If you haven't played Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, this collection wants to rectify that.
The remaster of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City finally has a release date.
Your progress won't smoothly transition over to the GOTY version of CD Projekt Red's massive RPG.
Warner Bros delays the remaster of the first two Arkham games.
Netherrealm's DC Universe fighting game returns with a new customization system.
The dreadful PC launch of Batman: Arkham Knight dented the Arkham series' reputation, but the remasters of its best games should smooth things out a bit.
Dying Light expands with The Following and takes a swing at Ubisoft's Far Cry.
2015 IN REVIEW: The developer behind Dead Island delivers a first-person parkour experience for someone who would never parkour in real-life.
Wrecking fools in Mad Max's wasteland is an absolute blast.
The newest Lego game wants you to actually play with your toys, not just leave them on their fancy base.
Rocksteady's coda to the Arkham saga has a rocky launch.