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Atrocitus to unleash his red-hot rage on ‘Infinite Crisis’

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Fast on the yellow heels of Sinestro, Atrocitus will be set loose into the world of Infinite Crisis, the free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game from WB Games.

Available as a playable character beginning June 11, the Red Lantern Atrocitus is described as an Enforcer who “taunts his enemies and spews red-hot plasma across the face of entire teams.”

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‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ rolls out first gameplay trailer

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“Tonight, Gotham falls!” Scarecrow declares in the debut gameplay trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight. “A city of fear rises!”

Unveiled this morning by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment, “Evening the Odds” showcases the Scarecrow’s return to Gotham as he schemes to unite the city’s villains — Penguin, Two-Face and Harley Quinn, among them — toward one goal: destroying Batman. As the citizens flee and criminal gangs overrun the city, the Dark Knight takes to the streets in the new Batmobile, which is drivable for the first time in the franchise.

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Sinestro enters the fray in ‘Infinite Crisis’

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On May 21, WB Games will unleash classic Green Lantern foe Sinestro as a champion in Infinite Crisis, Turbine’s free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game.

Announced nearly a year ago, Infinite Crisis features player vs. player battles set within the DC Multiverse, where gamers can control different incarnations of their favorite heroes and villains. The open beta features three maps, including “Gotham Divided,” and nearly 30 champions — including Gaslight Batman, Mecha Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Blue Beetle and Nightmare Superman. PC open beta began in March; players can sign up on the game’s website.

In Infinite Crisis, Sinestro eliminates his enemies by spreading silence and fear to cull the weak, with a little help from Parallax. Check out the character profile trailer below.

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Blue Beetle flies into battle in ‘Infinite Crisis’

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WB Games has added yet another champion to the roster of Infinite Crisis, Turbine’s free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game: Jaime Reyes, the Blue Beetle.

Beginning April 30, Beta testers will be able to play as the fan-favorite character, who in the game world wandered into a dispute between warring superhuman gang and stumbled upon the object they were fighting over: a blue scarab. It, of course, bonded to Jaime, covering his body with battle armor, allowing him to flee to safety. After his escape he learned that while the armor wasn’t permanent, his bond with the scarab is. Check out the Blue Beetle trailer and screenshots below.

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‘Infinite Crisis’ launches open beta

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment this morning launched the PC open beta for Infinite Crisis, the free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game from Turbine. It’s been in closed beta for the past 10 months.

To coincide with the launch, Warner Bros. has released a new trailer titled “What Do You Fight For?,” which you can watch below.

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New ‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ poster arrives

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Ahead of the video game’s release on Tuesday, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has debuted a new poster for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes that features everyone from a shield-throwing Captain America to a web-slinging Spider-Man to a gun-wielding Deadpool.

Developed by TT Games for PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, DS and PlayStation Vita, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes begins with the Silver Surfer is knocked out of the sky, and his surfboard shattered into “cosmic bricks” that are scattered across the globe. Because of the blocks’ immense power, Nick Fury calls upon the heroes of the Marvel Universe to find them before they can fall into the wrong hands (namely, Doctor Doom and Loki).

Playable characters range from the unusual suspects (Iron Man, Thor, the Incredible Hulk, Storm, Wolverine, Black Widow) to the more offbeat (Stan Lee, Squirrel Girl, Groot, H.E.R.B.I.E., Howard the Duck, Rocket Raccoon).

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NYCC ’13 | Actor Troy Baker performs ‘Killing Joke’ monologue

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Actor Troy Baker (Final Fantasy XIII, BioShock Infinite) has some enormous shoes to fill as he steps into the role of The Joker — a character voiced for the past two decades by Mark Hamill — in the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins. If there were any remaining doubts as to whether Baker could embody the Clown Prince of Crime, they were likely erased during the video game’s New York Comic Con panel, where Baker performed The Joker’s monologue from Batman: The Killing Joke, to the roaring approval of a cheering crowd.

Watch the video below. Batman: Arkham Origins will be released Oct. 25.

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DC offering digital comic with ‘Scribblenauts Unmasked’

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Everyone who purchases a physical copy of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s upcoming puzzle video game Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure will receive a redemption code for a free DC digital comic.

In Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure – “A Battle Most Bizarre,” Superman battles Bizarro while Batman fights The Joker, and it’s up to Maxwell (star of the Scribblenauts game series) and his magic notebook to restore order. More information about the digital comic can be found on the DC website.

The fifth game in the Scribblenauts series, A DC Comics Adventure features about 2,000 characters from the DC Universe, ranging from Superman and Wonder Woman to Matter-Eater Lad and Bloodwynd. Locations include the Batcave, Atlantis, Central City and Oa. The game arrives Sept. 24 for Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and Microsoft Windows.

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Stan Lee stars in new ‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ trailer

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Move aside, Captain America. Calm down, Hulk. This is a job for Stan Lee!

The legendary creator, who’s made cameo appearances in other video games, finally debuts as a playable character — with super-powers! — in the upcoming LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, alongside the likes of the X-Men, Thor, Rocket Raccoon, J. Jonah Jameson and Howard the Duck. To promote Lee’s new, expanded role, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games have released a new trailer featuring the Man in LEGO and human forms.

“I think my super-power is luck,” Lee admits in the video. “I think I’m very lucky to be in this game.”

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‘Young Justice: Legacy’ pushed back to November

LOYJ-Legacy_3DS_NOA_WrapperDeveloper Little Orbit has pushed back the release of the Young Justice: Legacy video game from Sept. 10 to Nov. 19, World’s Finest reports. With the shift, it will now be available for Wii and Nintendo 3DS, in addition to the previously announced PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii-U and Nintendo DS consoles and PC.

“They will have the same original story line written by [producers] Greg [Weisman] and Brandon [Vietti], but will take advantage of the touch screen ability offered by Nintendo,” a Little Orbit representative told the website. “We know fans have been waiting a long time for this game, but the doubling of available platforms is something fans have been asking for and we are happy that we are able to make it happen.”

Based on the Cartoon Network animated series, which was canceled earlier this year, Young Justice: Legacy is an action RPG set in the five-year gap between the first and second seasons. Players control multiple characters in a squad as they pursue a group of the Light’s most notorious villains in an effort to rescue renowned archaeologist Dr. Helena Sandsmark.

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‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ spotlights Wolverine, Viper & more

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has debuted even more images from LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, this time showcasing a handful of characters from the just-released The Wolverine: Silver Samurai, Viper, Jean Grey and, yes, Wolverine. They’re just four of more than 100 playable characters featured in the upcoming action-adventure game.

Developed by TT Games, LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes begins with the Silver Surfer is knocked out of the sky, and his surfboard scattered into “cosmic bricks” that are scattered across the globe. Because of the blocks’ immense power, Nick Fury calls upon the heroes of the Marvel Universe to find them before they can fall into the wrong hands.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes will be released later this year on PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, DS and PlayStation Vita.

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You can be Howard the Duck in ‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’

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On the heels of those two new trailers for LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes, Warner Bros. has unleashed 20 new images from the upcoming action-adventure game that reveal even more playable characters than were previously announced — including Howard the Duck, Gambit and Curt Connors. Yes, Howard the Duck.

Developed by TT Games, LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes begins with the Silver Surfer is knocked out of the sky, and his surfboard scattered into “cosmic bricks” that are scattered across the globe. Because of the blocks’ immense power, Nick Fury calls upon the heroes of the Marvel Universe to find them before they can fall into the wrong hands.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes will be released later this year on PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, DS and PlayStation Vita.

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Two new ‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ trailers debut

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Comic-Con International saw the arrival of not one but two new trailers for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, the upcoming action-adventure game from TT Games and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

The first, appropriately titled “Big Figure,” showcases some of the Marvel Universe’s more … big-boned … characters, including the Hulk, Kingpin, the Blob, the Rhino, Colossus, the Juggernaut and The Thing, while providing glimpses of an array of heroes, ranging from the Invisible Woman and Jean Grey to Iron Man and Wolverine.

The second, packed with gameplay footage, highlights Stan Lee as a playable character who can sling webs and Hulk out with the best of them. Other playable characters range from the expected (Captain America, Spider-Man, Ms. Marvel) to the offbeat (H.E.R.B.I.E., Malekith the Accursed, Squirrel Girl).

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes will be released later this year on PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, DS and PlayStation Vita.

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SDCC ’13 | DC’s ‘Mad Max’ motion comic ties into video game

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DC Entertainment will release a motion comic the explores the backstory of the upcoming Mad Max video game from Avalanche Studios and WB Games.

Written by Tom Taylor (Injustice: Gods Among Us, Earth 2) and illustrated by Jason Shawn Alexander (Legends of the Dark Knight), the story introduces Max’s trusted mechanic Chumbucket, who plays a central role in the game, which will be released next year in conjunction with director George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road.

“I love the Mad Max movies,” Alexander tells USA Today, adding that the motion comic “was a great bit of nostalgia for me and also an opening to lend my own touches to this iconic character.”

In the game, set in the post-apocalyptic world of the movie series, Max must cross a desert wasteland after his Interceptor his stolen by a gang of marauders.

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‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ crashes in with first gameplay trailer

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Last night E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and WB Games Montreal debuted the first gameplay trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins, the prequel to the blockbuster video-game series.

In addition to the villains we’ve already seen — Black Mask, Deadshot, Deathstroke — the trailer provides us with the first look at Bane and the Joker. It also showcases the new crime scene-scanning feature and “Remote Claw.”

Batman: Arkham Origins arrives Oct. 25 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Wii U and Xbox 360.

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