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With an "Ant-Man" table now available, designers Zoltán Vári and Tamás Pokrócz talk translating Marvel Studios films into digital pinball.
Disney is combining its video game and toy divisions, reflecting the increasing overlap between the two.
The move comes in the wake of thousands of negative user reviews for the highly anticipated finale to the Rocksteady Studios trilogy.
The actor tells CBR about putting his stamp on Nightwing, why the character is badass, geeking out over Kevin Conroy and his superhero bucket list.
Titan Comics will launch an all-new series based on the mega-popular video game franchise in late 2015.
With a 3D printer, paint and a lot of dedication, one cosplayer recreated the suit from "Batman: Arkham Origins," complete with fireball-shooting gauntlet.
Here's one more look into the world of "Arkham Knight" before the game arrives in stores tomorrow, June 23.
The makers of "Batman: Arkham Knight" unveiled the opening sequence of the game, which includes the Joker's cremation and a healthy dose of fear gas.
Just days before the June 23 release of "Batman: Arkham Knight," WB Games has abruptly canceled the $200 Batmobile Edition.
The '80s throwback brawler features designs and voice actors from the original "Transformers" animated series.
Eighteen years after the release of the original, Square Enix and Sony have announced at E3 that they’re remaking Final Fantasy VII for PlayStation 4.
The action-packed gameplay footage debuted at E3 features a diner overrun by Scarecrow's zombie-like minions.
Starbreeze's as-yet untitled game allows players to fully immerse themselves in the world of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's Image Comics series.
This fall, Telltale Games and Skybound will come together to deliver "The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Games Mini-Series," a three episode series.
The new ILMxLab is developing virtual- and augmented-reality experiences for "Star Wars," with the first expected to arrive in time for "The Force Awakens."
Commissioner Gordon appears to eulogize the Dark Knight in the latest teaser for Rocksteady's final "Arkham Trilogy" chapter.
Kanan, Ezra, Zeb and Sabine have been revealed as playable characters in the upcoming “Disney Infinity 3.0″ “Star Wars” playset.
The family-friendly adventure allows gamers to relive all four franchise films, and even play as LEGO dinosaurs!
"Breaking Bad's" Jonathan Banks will voice the commissioner in the latest installment in the "Arkham" series of games.
The toy-versus-toy action and strategy game will include characters from Masters of the Universe and G.I. Joe to help you defend the toy box.
Although fans who preordered the game have to wait another two weeks to play as Harley Quinn, this cosplayer already has the character down pat.
In the E3 trailer for "LEGO Marvel’s Avengers," Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye must save New York from Chitauri invaders.
Comic book artist Tyler Kirkham is a huge fan of "The Elder Scrolls." No - we mean a huge fan.
In a new story pack trailer for "Batman: Arkham Knight," Red Hood strikes fear into the heart of Gotham's criminal underbelly.
A new episode of Batman: Arkham Insider showcases several minutes of new gameplay footage from the upcoming "Batman: Arkham Knight" game.
The mobile game will allow players to explore the Anoat Sector as characters of their own creation.
Add one more in-game skin to the growing list of incentives to preorder the hotly anticipated conclusion of the Rocksteady Studios trilogy.
"Disney Infinity" VP of Art Development Jeff Bunker discusses developing the look and style of Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi in the new video game.
Disney today unveiled a line of toys and wearable accessories that’s billed as "the next step in the evolution of play."
The free to play game will remain online through mid-August; Starter and Elite Pack purchasers are eligible for refunds.
The latest trailer for the upcoming Rocksteady video game shows off Harley's moves as well as Tara Strong's one-liners.
The Ridder and Red Hood take over "Batman: Arkham Knight's" latest promotional material with a new official poster and Gamestop pre-order ad.
Learn what challenges await when the Riddler creates a combination racetrack/puzzle designed to destroy Batman!
Rough footage from the canceled EA Chicago game showcases the destruction unleashed in a brawl between a rampaging Hulk and smack-talking Cap.
Tara Strong discusses her take on the iconic character, inheriting the voice from original actor Arleen Sorkin and her hopes for Margot Robbie's big screen version.
The Flash mod enables the red-clad character to run faster and fly higher, while the Reverse-Flash version introduces the yellow suit.
When Scarecrow makes his bid to control Gotham in "Batman: Arkham Knight," which side will Poison Ivy find herself on?
PlayStation players will get a first crack at Scarecrow Nightmare Missions and skins based on the 1966 TV series and "Justice League 3000."
Fans have one more incentive to preorder "Batman: Arkham Knight" -- the "Gotham's Future" Skin Pack.
Rocksteady Studios reveals what went into the designs of the heavily anticipated game's three biggest characters.