"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" Trailer Officially Released
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CBR went hands-on with Rocksteady's "Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition" at E3, taking the Wii U-enhanced game through the motions and weighing in on its new features and upgraded gameplay.
CBR gets a sneak peek at upcoming DC Universe fighting game "Injustice: Gods Among Us" from NetherRealm Studios, DC Entertainment and WB Games in 2013.
More information on NetherRealm Studios' DC Universe brawler has surfaced at E3, including new images and a gameplay preview showing Harley Quinn, Superman and Batman and more in all their fighting glory.
CBR's Steve Sunu explores what DC Entertainment, WB Games and NetherRealm Studios' "Injustice: Gods Among Us" fighting game needs to do in order to succeed with gamers.
The creators of 2011's "Mortal Kombat" reboot return in 2013 with a "Injustice: Gods Among Us," a gritty, DC Comics-based video game brawler starring Superman, Batman, Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman and others.
WB Interactive has released a new trailer and pics for "LEGO Batman 2: Dc Super Heroes" featuring the games gadgets, vehicles and expanded hero roster, including The Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg and more.
Warner Bros. Interactive has provided CBR News with the exclusive first look at the stats and abilities for "LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes'" Robin the Boy Wonder, Tim Drake's latest LEGO games outing.
Gotham City's borders expand in "LEGO Batman 2: DC Universe," adding more characters and abilities as well as a whole new exploration system designed to capitalize on the arrival of Superman, Lex Luthor and more.
WB Interactive has released the launch trailer for "LEGO Batman 2: Dc Super Heroes," the follow-up to the popular "LEGO Batman" game, featuring Superman, Wonder Woman and more.
Harely Quinn joins the fun in Warner Bros. Interactive's "Batman: Arkham City Lockdown" as the newest addition to the iOS-based game's list of rogues the Dark Knight must hunt down.
Check out the new trailer for "Gotham City Impostors" featuring the first-person shooter's new brand of simple math. The battle for Gotham supremacy begins in February.
Prep yourself for the February-releasing "Gotham City Impostors" with some helpful tips from CBR on how to get the most out of your time with the multiplayer shoot-em-up.
Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games expand the "Lego Batman" universe to the DC Universe this summer with the inclusion of Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and more.
Rocksteady Studios celebrates the holiday season with deals on "Batman: Arkham City" Bundle Packs, a "Batman, Inc." themed skin and a secret unlock code for those who haven't beaten the game but want a fresh look.
The Joker's acceptance speech for Character of the Year at Spike TV's Video Game Awards may have provided fans of "Batman: Arkham City" a clue to the next move from Rocksteady Studios and WB Games.
Originally available as store-specific bonuses for players buying copies of "Batman: Arkham City," all seven Batman skins are now available as a single download pack.
Warner Bros. Interactive and DC Entertainment have provided CBR News with the exclusive debut of the third animated short promoting January's "Gotham City Imposters" download-only first-person shooter.
Warner Bros. Interactive has released a new cartoon in support of its January-launching "Gotham City Imposters" video game. The short will also be featured on Cartoon Network's upcoming DC Nation programming block.
WB Games and Rocksteady Studios wish gamers Happy Holidays, offering "Batman: Arkham City" fans access to two previously exclusive Challenge Maps and one brand new one.
Who says crime doesn't pay? Rocksteady and WB Games' epic "Batman: Arkham City" has received ten nominations in Spike TV's annual Video Game Awards including Game of the Year.
Think you've discovered everything there is to find in the Dark Knight's latest game? Think again! CBR has the rundown of the best Easter Eggs hidden away in "Batman: Arkham City" darkest corners!
The iconic voice of Batman, Kevin Conroy arrived at New York Comic Con to discuss his work on the soon-to-be-released "Batman: Arkham City" and the specific technique involved in voicing a game character.
DC Entertainment has released a New York Comic Con trailer for "Batman: Arkham City" highlighting not only the Joker, Poison Ivy and the rest of the game's rogues, but the playable Robin and Catwoman as well.
From a Sinestro Corps-costumed Dark Knight to playable avatar costumes and more, with the release of the game less than a week out, CBR has the rundown of the latest "Batman: Arkham City" news.
Warner Bros. Interactive has released an original animated short featuring a showdown between members of the Bats and Jokerz, promoting the upcoming "Gotham City Imposters" video game.
With “Batman: Arkham City” set for release in less than two weeks, Rocksteady has released in-game footage of Robin, a DLC playable character available exclusively through Best Buy in the US.
New video from Rocksteady's "Batman: Arkham City" reveals a pair of familiar faces that will attempt to put the Dark Knight in his place later this month as Poison Ivy and Mad Hatter make their presence known.
After mining the Batman mythos in two huge games, developer Rocksteady Games feels the Dark Knight has room to grow and plans to continue to be involved in continued expansion of the franchise post-"Arkham City."
CBR News takes a look at an "Arkham City" encounter with the Joker's newest homicidal goon, the devastating Mr. Hammer, and the new weapon necessary to take the big bad guy down.
The Clown Prince of Crime stars in a new, Joker-themed trailer for "Batman: Arkham City," Warner Bros. Interactive's Kevin Conroy-starring, highly anticipated sequel to "Arkham Asylum."
Three versions of the Boy Wonder will be included with Robin's Challenge Maps for "Batman: Arkham City," including based on the popular iteration from "Batman: The Animated Series."
Power A has announced special Batarang-themed controllers designed to complement the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City" release from Warner Bros. Interactive.
Freddy Krueger joins the warriors gathered to do battle in Warner Bros. Interactive's "Mortal Kombat," and the publisher has released a video vignette explaining how the movie monster joined the game's ranks.