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Discover The Battle For The Underworld In This Comic Preview For Court Of The Dead

Sideshow Collectibles is probably best known as a fine purveyor of incredibly fancy (and expensive) premium figures and statues. But it has also branched out into making its very own fantasy world — and to celebrate a new book based on it, we’ve got a new comic miniseries to set it all up.


Batman '66 and The Man From UNCLE Have Their Ultimate Showdown

Although his ongoing digital series sadly came to a close late last year, the wonderfully campy Batman ’66 comic got a brief revival this year with a crossover with the classic spy series The Man From UNCLE. Before it comes to an end this week, we’ve got a sneak peek at the final chapter.


Take A Step Into The Surreal World Of Rich Tommaso's 'She Wolf'

From Dark Corridor to the likes of Clover Honey or Dry County, you might be more familiar with alternative artist and writer Rich Tommaso’s work in the seedy world of crime books than anything else. But his second series with Image Comics is dipping into a weird world of horror and werewolves.


Oh Hey, A Bunch Of People Played The Division

A few days ago a bunch of members of the gaming press went and played Ubisoft’s upcoming tactical shooter/RPG Tom Clancy’s The Division. Let’s see what they thought of it.


Time Loop Video Game Gives You 12 Minutes To Not Die... Again And Again

The most interesting unreleased video game I’ve played this year is an adventure called Twelve Minutes. It involves living and dying in the course of 12 minutes, all of them spent in a three-room apartment. Then your character wakes up back in time with a memory of what happened and tries to survive those 12 minutes.


Devil's Third Bears The Scars Of A Troubled Development

As a critic, I endeavour to approach each game I play with an open mind. It’s almost impossible, however, not to have some preconceptions when a game arrives for review. Knowledge of the developer, familiarity with the circumstances of its development and experience within its chosen genre are just three of the factors that come into play. Devil’s Third is an unusual case in that I came to it acutely aware of both its troubled background and a raft of overwhelmingly negative impressions from those who’ve played it so far. My expectations, then, were fairly low — and to a point, they were met.


The New Hitman's Creative Director Is Saying All The Right Things

On the last day of E3, I checked out the newly announced Hitman game, which is simply called Hitman. I also spoke with IO Interactive creative director Christian Elverdam, and he had some heartening things to say.


5 New Things In The Majora's Mask Remake

The weirdest Zelda game, 2000’s Nintendo 64 great The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, is finally coming to the 3DS on February 13. Yesterday, I had a chance to play the game for a little bit during a Nintendo event in San Francisco, and I got to see some of the changes featured in the remake.


I Wish Battlefield Hardline Let Me Be A Cop ALL The Time

My favourite part of the single player stuff in the preview build I recently played of next year’s Battlefield Hardline‘s was being a policeman. My least favourite, the Battlefield bit.


Iconic Chinese Cartoon Cat Is Back!

Back in the 1980s and early 1990s, before internet streaming and before anime, Chinese youth had a different form of animated hero; they had The Black Cat Detective. And now, he will be reborn in a new mobile game.


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