You didn’t forget Assassin’s Creed III had multiplayer, did you? The guy with the hammer would be pretty pissed at you if that were the case.
All of those characters look AWESOME.
“This is For You, Mr. J” - Full Harley Quinn’s Revenge Trailer
Harley Quinn’s Revenge can be downloaded May 29th or found within Arkham City’s GotY Edition that same day.
Let’s see if your Spider-Sense tingles correctly. Which Amazing Spider-Man preorder bonus is more amazing? Gamestop’s preorder bonus that has you go toe-to-fist with the Rhino or Amazon’s preorder bonus that has you swinging around the city as Stan “The Man” Lee?
Concept imagery for Zenimax Studios’ The Elder Scrolls Online.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3 - Holiday 2012)
You can find a great interview on the PS3 brawler with the game’s director, Omar Kendall, as well as some footage for your eyes to munch on over at the PlayStation blog.
Kendall claims his studio and staff were handpicked for having the most experience in the fighting genre and I sincerely hope they put it to good use. The gameplay looks to paint a target on the casual gamer’s forehead (much so to the point I’m shocked Move support hasn’t been loudly announced yet), but wouldn’t it be a helluva thing if there was a tech-heavy fighter beneath All-Stars’ kiddy veneer?
Developer Superbot also makes mention on the PS blog that a bigger reveal is slated for this year’s E3.
Even still, Kasanoff claims no one had faith in it, neither at New Line or Midway. Or even in Hollywood generally. “After the test screening an executive at New Line said the movie was a piece of shit,” says Kasanoff in his inimitable style. “When I finished the movie I took it to Chicago to show Neil Nicastro, who was chief executive of Midway. I said, ‘You see, you said I wouldn’t do it but here it is.’ He sits and watches it. When it’s over, he looks at me and says: ‘Three out of 10. Piece of shit.’”
From Generation Xbox: How Videogames Invaded Hollywood by Jamie Russell. The above excerpt details film producer Larry Kasanoff’s uphill battle to make Mortal Kombat: The Movie, and the franchise as a whole, into the megaton hit it was in an era where Hollywood considered video game adaptations to be the same as flinging warm piss into moviegoers’ eyes. You can find a larger except from Russell’s book on Kotaku.