This three-part single-player experience will let gamers discover an alternate history of the events following the American Revolution where George Washington has succumbs to the temptation of infinite power and crown himself king - and this is our review of part one.
Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment reveal the third round of challengers set to clash in this week’s Injustice Battle Arena.
Today, Activision together with developer Bungie, revealed the first sneak peak of their partnership. The game, called Destiny, is an ambitious evolution of the first-person action genre that brings gamers together in a shared, persistent world.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have revealed the chosen reigning Champions of the second week of Injustice Battle Arena, and released two new gameplay videos celebrating the victors.
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