We sit down with Xbox Game Studios’ World’s Edge and Melbourne developer Tantalus to discuss the creation of Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition.
The Making of Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition
Where we fall in love with the turn-based RPG combat and new protagonist Ichiban Kasuga.
Yakuza Goes Full RPG In The Brilliant Yakuza: Like a Dragon
NBA 2K21 is the best basketball game around... but it's also the only one.
NBA 2K21 Review
We spent four hours with a ray-traced enabled build of Watch Dogs: Legion and were again, floored by its recruitment system. And realistic reflections.
Watch Dogs: Legion - We Go Hands-On With RTX On
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:45pm 14/08/17 | 0 Comments
After the promising debut last year of Batman: The Telltale Series, the second season kicks off with its first episode titled 'Enigma'. Which naturally, provides a not-so-subtle hint as to which villain makes an appearance. With the overall season being dubbed The Enemy Within right off the bat (sorry), we get a more confident, exciting, and rewarding Batman story. And one that we definitely want to see play out.

There’s an air of confidence present in Enigma that was absent until the latter stages of Season One. It even manages to pack in multiple surprise twists and turns without feeling like obvious ways to ramp up the tension. Something that can be said about a few Telltale releases, where big second or third episode twists could be predicted in advance. Also, introducing the Riddler at this point in the story makes for both a classic Batman foil and a way for Telltale to re-instate its mark on the long-running and iconic character.

Click Here to Read Our Review of Batman: The Enemy Within - Episode 1: Enigma

batmandark knightepisode 1telltaleseason two

Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
Commenting has been locked for this item.