Find out when [reacted] goes and [redacted] the [redacted] in this list of achievements for next month's Bat-prequel, "Batman: Arkham Origins."
Spoilers, obviously, after the jump.
Sure, this clip from the goofs at Mega64 is ancient in Internet years, but what better way to close out this hectic week than the furious arm flailing of this tribute to "Flower."
Developer Undead Labs announced that their zombie survival/strategy game is now available today in beta.
Another day, another group of successful game designers cry havoc and slip from the standard developer-publisher relationship. It's kind of fun watching an industry sea-change as it happens, isn't it? Today's aspirant indie is Campo Santo Games, a new studio created by -- among others -- some of the dudes responsible for "Mark of the Ninja" and "The Walking Dead."
Valve has three announcements in the pipe for next week as the company decides to expand its living room gaming options. Does this herald the first concrete information about a Valve-developed set top box? And what would the other three announcements be?
During TGS this week, Microsoft dropped some new screenshots for the upcoming platformer, "Max: The Curse of Brotherhood." The followup to "Max and the Magic Marker," "The Curse of Brotherhood" sees the game's hero attempting to rescue his younger brother from a monster.
Developed by Press Play, "Max: The Curse of Brotherhood" will be available on the Xbox One sometime in early 2014.
The Xbox One thriller from "Deadly Premonition" creaotor Swery65 makes its Tokyo Game Show debut.
We reported just the other day that Sega is going to officially own Atlus by the end of November. We also mentioned that certain fans of the house that "Persona" built are less than pleased by such news.
Well, there's at least one party who is pleased as punch by the new business arrangement. And it's Atlus.