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Day: September 22, 2019
This year is Batman’s 80th anniversary – the Dark Knight first appeared in Detective Comics #27 way back in 1939. And today, it seems like WB Games’ Montreal studio is teasing something Batman-related – probably a new Arkham game.
You’ve got a little less than 24 hours left to play the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare open beta, and during that time you can try out the game’s new ‘realism’ mode. It’s a way to play without a lot of the gamier elements in place, forcing you to play significantly differently.
There’s a lot of nostalgia for the old 3D action platformer days of the Nintendo 64, and Tamarin is certainly a nod in that direction. It’s a game about a tamarin monkey and its family, and it’s being developed by Chameleon Games, a studio that includes some Rare veterans.
Denuvo anti-tampering technology has reportedly been removed from Batman: Arkham City – or at least from the PC version available on the Epic Games store. The Steam version of the game apparently still has Denuvo enabled.
If you’ve spent any significant time in the northeast United States, you know winters are a bit of a thing. They’re part of life up here, and that means we’ve adapted to deal with major snowfall and below-freezing temperatures for a sizable chunk of the year. Fallout 2287 – Nuclear Winter adds this dynamic to Fallout 4, turning its usually sunny Commonwealth into a frozen survival scenario.
The headline feature of Kerbal Space Program 2 is the promise of leading your Kerbals away from their home planet of Kerbin to colonize distant planets. For Kerbals, that means some extremely long trips, and once they’ve arrived at their new home, they’ll want to start establishing a new Kerbal society – and that means they’ll be having Kerbal sex.