Meet The Actors Behind The Heroes And Villains Of Batman: Arkham Knight

about X hours ago from
Meet The Actors Behind The Heroes And Villains Of Batman: Arkham Knight

We’re getting closer to the conclusion of Rocksteady’s Batman trilogy. Arkham Knight is coming next month, with a cast of well-known actors (and their voices).

Kevin Conroy reprises his role as Batman, and he’s joined by Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul) as Commissioner Jim Gordon. Other allies include Ashley Greene (Twilight) as Barbara Gordon/Oracle and Scott Porter (Friday Night Lights, Hart of Dixie) as Nightwing.

On the other side of the fight, is Fringe’s John Noble as Scarecrow, Nolan North as Penguin, Tara Strong as Harley Quinn, and Troy Baker as Two-Face.

Tera's Steam Launch Sports Absurd New Gunner Class

about X hours ago from
Tera's Steam Launch Sports Absurd New Gunner Class

Bluehole Studio's free-to-play action MMO is now available on Steam, complete with a new character class.

Tera launched in South Korea back in 2011 and has since accrued over 17 million registered users worldwide. The MMO first came to North America in 2012, but today is the first time players can access the game through Steam. Bluehole has released an update to coincide with the launch, which adds the new, scantily clad gunner class (don't worry: According to the video, what little clothes she's wearing counts as heavy armor). Learn all about the gunner's abilities in the video below.

(Please visit the site to view this media)

Pre-Order And Play It Before It's Released

about X hours ago from
Pre-Order And Play It Before It's Released

Paradox Interactive's new spell casting 4-player co-op adventure releases later this month, but you won’t have to wait that long to get your hands on it.

Magicka 2 allows players to mix eight elemental magic types to create hundreds of different spells. However, friendly fire makes it a little too easy to send your friends to an early grave. Fans who pre-order the game will get a preview version of the game that they can share with three friends. Magicka 2 hits PC and PS4 on May 26.

(Please visit the site to view this media)

Disney Releases Infinity 3.0's First Trailer, Screens, And Character Roster

about X hours ago from
Disney Releases Infinity 3.0's First Trailer, Screens, And Character Roster

This morning, we revealed that Disney Infinity 3.0 is the cover story for Game Informer's June issue. Now, we can show you what the game looks like, thanks to a new batch of screens and a gameplay trailer. Be sure to look at the character roster to see if your favorite Star Wars, Marvel, or Disney characters are coming for the series' third installment.

The trailer is filled with memorable moments from the films, including space battles and a close encounter with a hungry space worm. There are three Star Wars-themed playsets in all, including one based on the original trilogy, another set after Star Wars: Episode II, and an upcoming one based on Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Be sure to read our cover reveal for more details on the playsets.

(Please visit the site to view this media)

CD Projekt Teaches You How To Kill Monsters In Latest The Witcher 3 Video

about X hours ago from
CD Projekt Teaches You How To Kill Monsters In Latest The Witcher 3 Video

What’s a good RPG without tons of grotesque monsters to slay? In a new video from CD Projekt, you’ll learn about the process the team used to create the various creatures you’ll find in Geralt’s upcoming quest.

You’ll learn some tips for dealing with pesky flying foes and even underwater enemies. Using Geralt’s magical signs, his two swords, and a crossbow, you’ll be able to take down even the toughest enemies.

(Please visit the site to view this media)

BJ Really Enjoys Killing Nazis Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Launch Trailer

about X hours ago from

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is out today, and if you were concerned this would be a lighter romp through scenic Germany, we have bad news. This is Wolfenstein, it’s bloody, and BJ Blazkowicz really likes killing Nazis.

The Old Blood is a prequel to 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order by MachineGames. Last year’s title featured compelling characters and a copious amounts of both bullets and blood.

(Please visit the site to view this media)

Project Cars Crosses The Finish Line With Launch Trailer

about X hours ago from
Project Cars Crosses The Finish Line With Launch Trailer

After a few delays, Project Cars looks like it's finally ready to roll out. Developer Slightly Mad Studios and publisher Bandai Namco are marking the occasion with a shiny new launch trailer for the sim racing title.

In the trailer below, you can expect to see plenty of high-speed racing, dramatic slow-motion moments, and plenty of camera pans around cars. You may also learn a thing or two about the game's features.

Project Cars releases in North America on May 12. 

Star Wars Battlefront Launches With 12 Multiplayer Maps

about X hours ago from
Star Wars Battlefront Launches With 12 Multiplayer Maps

EA and DICE are sharing some new information on Star Wars Battlefront today. As we mentioned during Star Wars Celebration, one of the less familiar planets we’ll be fighting on is Sullust.

It was mentioned in Return of the Jedi, but never shown. And while this isn’t the first time we’ll be traveling there in a Star Wars game, this envisioning required a field trip to Iceland.

While Endor, Tatooine and Hoth reference photographs were easy to capture (the team visited the filming locations from the movies), Sullust was trickier. Iceland thankfully had the right combination of barren landscapes, rock formations, and the all-important lava.

Take A Look At The Old Blood's Take On Castle Wolfenstein And Some Gameplay

about X hours ago from
Take A Look At The Old Blood's Take On Castle Wolfenstein And Some Gameplay

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, a stand-alone downloadable episode for last year's Wolfenstein: The New Order, arrives on Tuesday, and Bethesda recently shared some art and gameplay.

You can check out the new art in the embedded tweets below, and check out some gameplay from a recent Bethesda live stream in the archive below. The gameplay kicks in at around 3:50.

(Please visit the site to view this media)

Banjo-Kazooie Successor Surpasses All Stretch Goals, New One Added

about X hours ago from
Banjo-Kazooie Successor Surpasses All Stretch Goals, New One Added

At the time of this posting, Yooka-Lalyee – the Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor being developed by former Rare employees – has achieved all of its stretch goals.

Right now, the Kickstarter has raised £1,234,399 (about $1,868,695), which means it has surpassed all of its initial stretch goals, plus two that were added shortly after the game's Kickstarter launch. In response, developer Playtonic Games has added another stretch goal for the £1,500,000 mark – the addition of an orchestral score.

The team also addressed a fair concern that the Kickstarter is getting too big and insists that the stretch goals are going exclusively to the game, as opposed to things like buying a larger office space. In the most recent update Playtonic writes, "we’re acutely aware of the concerns surrounding Kickstarter ‘bloat’. Backers can be assured that the Playtonic team is comprised of vastly experienced game developers, and we’ve carefully planned our stretch feature pledges to ensure that they won’t negatively impact on the creation of our game."