Injustice: Gods Among Us is actually really good. This game is a fighting game, but the story is more entertaining. The story is about how Superman lost his family in Metropolis when Joker blew up the city. Batman was trying to get the informant from, but Superman didn’t care. He wanted revenge. So Superman ripped out the Joker’s heart. Read more...(280 words, 31 images, estimated 1:07 mins reading time)
A surprisingly good animated story about the union of Batman and the Magician, the daughter of Ra’s al Ghul. Ra’s you will recall is one of the Bat’s greatest enemies as well as one of his teachers. This story shows us that a chance encounter or rather manipulation of Bruce Wayne by Talia produced a son, named Damian. And what a child he is.
Damian has all the warmth and compassion that you would expect being a child of Talia and the grandson of the leader of the League of Shadow, actually League of Assassins in the film. He also has the resourcefulness and tenacity to complete that his father Bruce Wayne has as well as that intellect. He proves this at one point when he tells his father that he had been hacking into the Batcave computers ever since he was 4 years old. Batman just gave the kid the “It figures” look and continued on since he couldn’t do anything about it anyway. Read more...(830 words, 83 images, estimated 3:19 mins reading time)
On the night before Christmas, there is a hero of Gotham City named Batman. His new game is Batman: Arkham Origins. I just played Batman: Arkham Origins and it really sucks. Yes, I played Batman: Arkham Origins and it isn’t good as Arkham City.
There are three things I hate about this game. There are bugs and glitches, the storyline, and the Gotham City. There are a lot of bugs and glitches in this game. When I was playing this game Batman got stuck in the wall, using the grapple, the game was slowing down, and the game crashes alot. I thought this game was going to be better than Arkham City, but I was wrong. When I’m fighting the thugs in this game, they are too easy and too stupid. It reminds me of Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness, which sucks, too. Read more...(324 words, 34 images, estimated 1:18 mins reading time)
Batman: Arkham City starts where Arkham Asylum left off. This one is way better than Arkham Asylum was. Arkham Cityis an open world like the Final Fantasy games on PSone, Elder Scrolls games, Assassin’s Creed games, and including Spider-Man 2 for PS2.
In this game, you can do main mission or the side missions. This is like Spider-Man 2 for the PS2, but much better. This game is about when Bruce Wayne was declared to shut down Arkham City, but things didn’t turn out right. He got arrested and got throw into Arkham City. Dr. Strange knows Bruce Wayne’s secrets now. Not the Dr. Strange from Marvel: Ultimate Alliance. Now he has to save the Gotham cops and stop TYGER guards from destroying Arkham City. Could he save Arkham City? Find out when you are playing this game. Read more...(534 words, 35 images, estimated 2:08 mins reading time)
Batman: Arkham Asylum isn’t like the Batman movies we have seen. This one is a little bit different from the movies. The people in this game look like they came out of the Batman comic books. Arkham Asylum isn’t a comic book. It is a video game, and ironically, it is also the name of a fictional city in Massachusetts in the Lovecraftian horror stories.
This game is about when Batman took The Joker over to Asylum Island. Things didn’t turn out right. The Joker went ahead and took over Asylum Island. Now, The Joker released the prisoners out of their cells and went ahead and attacked the guards. Now, Commissioner Gordon got kinapped by Harley Quinn. I like Harley’s outfit in this game. She looks damn hot! If she was a good girl, I would take her out. Still, she is a bad girl, and so I would have to arrest her. If she was a bad girl at the bar, Yes, I will take her. Read more...(438 words, 35 images, estimated 1:45 mins reading time)