Away from the insanity of the Javits Center show floor, we were able to get some quality time with a pre-beta build of the upcoming Tomb Raider game. From what we saw, fans of the previous entries in the series and action/adventure games in general will want to keep their eyes locked on this one.
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The recent news that Rayman Legends, the successor to last year’s stellar Rayman Origins, has been delayed until 2013 is a major bummer. Playing a demo of the game on a Wii U console at NYCC has only made that news harder to bear, as my time with it left me wanting much, much more.
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One of the best parts of attending comic conventions is the opportunity to discover new books and the passionate writers and artists that create them. At Baltimore Comic Con, we came across Cliff Galbraith, a New Jersey native who started in comic books, branched out to TV and then returned to his first love. Keep reading for our impressions of one of his newly published comic books, Unbearable.
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Daredevil returns this week after a fairly long break, but makes the wait worth it by being ridiculously awesome. Also this week, we get a classic Wonder Woman story and an eventful issue of Before Watchmen: Nite Owl.
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Fractured Soul for the Nintendo 3DS is a game full of contradictions. It’s both accessible and absurdly difficult; frustrating beyond reason but incredibly addictive; boilerplate but unique. But it’s definitely not for everybody. Keep reading to find out if it’s right for you.
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Have you found that your life has been missing wailing keytar solos, crazy falsettos and harmonized guitar riffs saturated in 80s outrageousness? Well you’re in luck, because the soundtrack for Double Dragon: Neon is available to download, right now, for as much (or as little) as you want to spend.
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Dark Horse’s detective series creeps back onto the racks this week. Does it rise to the standards set by the the stellar #0 issue? Keep reading to find out!
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While we’ve made it a point to update our readers on the latest Thrillbent happenings regularly, this time we have a special treat: a bunch of updates about new and upcoming titles, a dedicated app and more, straight from the mouth of recent Harvey Award winner Mark Waid at his Baltimore Comic Con panel.
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This week, New 52 #0 issues begin and Silk Spectre reaches its penultimate issue.
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Originally in development as a DS title, the dimension-shifting science fiction 2D platformer Fractured Soul is arriving on the Nintendo eShop on September 13th. Check after the break for a bunch of awesome screenshots and a brand new trailer.
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This is a big week for fans of Spaceman, as the sci-fi noir series finally comes to its end. We also get another fantastic entry in Darwyn Cooke’s Minutemen, which keeps getting better and better each month. Read on for more details, and don’t forget to check out our X-O Manowar #4 review from earlier this week.
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Check out this witty new advertisement for Eric Powell’s excellent (and now monthly!) comic series The Goon, courtesy of Dark Horse.
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When I first went hands-on with Sleeping Dogs at PAX East, it felt like it had the makings of a comprehensive free-roaming action game with a great setting. Now that I’ve sat down and experienced everything it has to offer, it has thoroughly blown me away. Read the full review to found out why.
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The team behind the graphic novel Joker brings us Rorschach’s long-awaited entry in the Before Watchmen series. Does it do everyone’s favorite psychotic anti-hero justice? Keep reading to find out!
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With the likes of Batman, Batgirl, Daredevil, Gambit and Spider-Man all vying for your comics budget this week, you might have skipped over that one with the awesome black-and-white cover drawn by Frank Miller. If that was the case, you might want to plan a another trip to the comic shop soon, as The Creep #0 begins what’s sure to be an unmissable new series from Dark Horse.
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