Tag Archives: Warner Bros.

LEGO Jurassic World review
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LEGO Jurassic World review

The days of wretched licensed movie games are over, and it’s thanks to the marvellous LEGO franchise. The bar has been set so high by the likes of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes and LEGO Lord Of The Rings that sludge like the Pacific Rim game just aren’t acceptable any more....

How Mortal Kombat X Plans To Live Forever

Unlike the vast majority of its kombatants, Mortal Kombat is immortal. 23 years after its first outing, the franchise is still going strong, and thanks to some online innovations implemented by NetherRealm Studios, the newest game plans to stay alive far longer than any of it’s ill-fated kharacters… Onthe eve...

Batman: Arkham Knight review
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Batman: Arkham Knight review

The Joker is dead. Batman’s most iconic and volatile enemy is out of the picture. So how good can a Batman game be without him? As it turns out, it can be extremely good. The struggle between Batman and his erstwhile nemesis can actually be a stumbling block in the...

Mortal Kombat X review
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Mortal Kombat X review

Realising it shouldn’t rock a boat it spent so long trying to stabilise, NetherRealm has made Mortal Kombat X more an evolution of its predecessor than another completely new offering. Throughout the entire noughties the Mortal Kombat series was the living embodiment of one of its defeated characters at the...

Mad Max Poster Comp Winner Revealed

A little while back we were excited to share with you a poster design contest with our sister-mag Photoshop Creative for MAD MAX: FURY ROAD!. What they wanted you to do was design your own MAD MAX poster and the film’s director George Miller would be picking the winner. Miller has made his...

Mortal Kombat’s bloodiest moments

The original Mortal Kombat is the reason our industry is bound by a self-imposed ratings system… but that game’s violence and gore was just the beginning. Don’t scan this page if you don’t want any high-octane nightmare fuel…   Sub-Zero’s Spine Rip Fatality This fatality was actually referenced explicitly in...


Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham review
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Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham review

If Lego Batman 3 proves nothing else, it’s that the decade-old style, started with Lego Star Wars, remains as inviting to play as ever. The Traveller’s Tales team continues to deliver no matter what franchise it’s spinning. The once modest studio hidden away in the leafy Cheshire town of Knutsford...