Warner Bros. and DC sent out a trailer for their download-only shooter Gotham City Impostors. The CGI trailer shows a firefight between Batman and Joker impersonators.
Gotham City Impostors is a bit less of a mystery to us today. Warner Bros. issued a bat-trailer with some bat-footage of the bat-gameplay and - alright, you see where I'm going with this.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment revealed Gotham City Impostors today for PSN, Xbox Live Arcade, and PC. In Impostors, Batman and The Joker fans face off in first-person, multiplayer shootouts.
Today Warner Bros officially announced F.E.A.R. 3, the next chapter in their horror first-person shooter series. It's due on the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC in autumn 2010.
Alma is back. Spanish gaming magazine Marca Player teased the third installment of F.E.A.R. in their latest issue.
Monolith's F.E.A.R. 2 is the lucky game to receive a Steam discount this weekend. The game and its Reborn DLC are half-priced through Sunday.
The Matrix Online was shut down for good this summer, leaving former players with nothing but memories. To assist your reminiscing, Sony Online Entertainment compiled a Matrix Online Memory Book.
F.E.A.R. 2 has received multiplayer map packs in the past and now the single-player end of the game is getting some attention. Today Monolith unveiled a new expansion entitled F.E.A.R. 2: Reborn that adds four new levels of solo action.
Good Old Games announced today that they've added Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator to their digital games store. The 1999 role-playing game is now available for $5.99.
Yesterday Warner Bros. revealed that F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin would receive a "Toy Soldiers" map pack in the near future. Today they've released the first screenshots.
Haven't had enough of F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin and creepy psychic gal Alma? Neither has Warner Bros. They've just announced that downloadable content will be released for the supernatural first-person shooter in April.
If you designed a game about a Delta Force team who runs afoul of a crazed psychic woman and an evil corporation, what would you choose for a setting? If you answered, "Hallways, and lots of 'em!" then you probably work for Monolith Productions. They've taken a shooter with a solid technical foundation and decent premise and executed it in the blandest, safest way possible.
A sigh of relief for your wallet - the unofficial sequel to the 2005 horror shooter F.E.A.R won't be arriving in time for the holidays. Monolith Productions has pushed it back into the beginning of early 2009.