Mega Man may be able to fuel his android bod with E-Tanks, but us regular humans have to settle for food, water, and perhaps most importantly, sleep. With this in mind, Capcom has bridged the man/machine gap with a plush Mega Man helmet and Mega Buster that fans can adorn for any combination of cosplay and napping. It’s not due out until July, but fans can pre-order it through Capcom’s Japanese site for a little more than $60 USD (¥6,090). If I don’t see a few dozen of these at Comic-Con this summer (especially near the Archie Comics and Udon booths), I will be mega disappointed.
As previously reported, a third game in the Batman Arkham series, Batman: Arkham Origins, is coming out this year, Game Informer has revealed. It’ll be out on October 25. But it’s not what fans of the series might expect, for a few reasons.
Here’s what we know about it so far: It’s a prequel that will take place before either of the other two games in the series and will feature a young Batman meeting many key characters (so far, only Deathstroke has been confirmed). The big news, though, is that Rocksteady Studios, the developer that helmed Arkham Asylum andArkham City, won’t be involved this time. Warner Bros. Games Montreal is taking the reins.
It’s been a little while since TT Games loosed some Lego Marvel Super Heroes video game images or footage online, but the company has more than made up for the dry spell with the latest drop of new screen shots and nearly seven minutes of gameplay footage featuring Iron Man, the Hulk and Spider-Man, squaring off against the Abomination and Sandman in New York City. It seems one of the cosmic bricks from Lego Silver Surfer’s smashed board has fallen into the wrong hands, leading to Sandman and cohorts taking over NYC’s Grand Central Terminal. Fortunately for the minifigs citizens of the LMSH world, Nick Fury is extra good at getting Marvel’s heroes to work together to fight evil and pick up the pieces.