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I love The Walking Dead TV series.  What’s not to love?  Even with the drastic changes that have taken place with season 2 (mostly with the departure of producer Frank Darabont), it’s retained all the awesome intensity and scares of the comic book series.  With that, Telltale Games has followed suit with the first of its five-part Walking Dead game saga, one that deviates from events in the show, opting instead to tell its own scary tale.  And you know what?  It’s a damn good one.


We do love ourselves a good Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game.  Just ask us how many countless hours we spent on Xbox Live Arcade playing the original arcade game, beating the crap out of Shredder's thugs while having some laughs with friends.  Well, another kind of good game may just be right around the corner, as Rocksteady Studios, the team behind Batman: Arkham Asylum and its Arkham City sequel, could be working on an all new game featuring the New York-based quartet.


Zen Studios has been on a roll in 2011, with the release of several pinball tables for both Zen Pinball and Pinball FX 2, namely the Marvel Pinball tables.  But this holiday season, it's continuing to build on its reputation by releasing a quartet of new tables.  Coming next week, Marvel Pinball: Vengeance and Virtue will give you four more reasons to flip out -- and for moderately cheap.


The Men In Black haven't always seen the greatest of times when it comes to movies.  The first one was excellent for sure...but the second, not so much.  But they've had even less success in video games, with the last release, Alien Escape, barely getting any attention on the GameCube and PS2.  But hopefully Activision will turn that around next year, as the company is working on a new game in the series to tie in with the upcoming Men In Black III film, which releases next summer.


Hope you got $100 lying around, because you're going to need it.  Hot on the heels of our report this past week regarding a collector's edition of Batman: Arkham City, WB Games has indeed confirmed that it exists.  And not only do we have the first image to prove it, but we also have official contents.  Bat freaks are going to LOVE this...


This summer's still going crazy with comic book movie madness, as Captain America: Super Soldier is set to open this Friday.  However, NEXT summer is going to be even more bonkers, between the third Dark Knight film, The Amazing Spider-Man reboot and, of course, The Avengers.  And speaking of that, a trailer has appeared online, giving comic book fans a glimpse of what to expect from next year's collective opus.


Batman: Arkham City is just about three months away from release, and the sheer scope and magnitude of the sequel make it look like it'll easily top Game of the Year-winner Batman: Arkham Asylum.  Bigger stages, ability to play as side characters (Catwoman and Robin, namely), new villains...just every aspect of the game looks to be better than ever.  But what about the collector's edition of the game that's making the rounds?  Will it be better?  It sounds that way...


To many, the idea of updating a Wii classic to the PS3 complete with spruced up graphics and Move support should seem like heaven; I mean to date the Move still lacks in number truly innovative titles and No More Heroes from the Wii stables is perhaps the most ‘adult’ of all its titles, complete with blood, violence, gore and not to mention intermittent sexuality and Manga niceties; you can see the appeal.

Those who love comic book heroes and having some really impressive powers may have fallen in love with the inFAMOUS series. Assuming the role of Cole MacGrath grants players the ability of using lighting to fight off hordes of enemies in Empire City. On June 7, Cole made his second stint into the video gaming world as inFAMOUS 2 hit store shelves. However, gamers won't need to drive over to the store to buy it as now the full game is available on the Playstation Network. Be warned, the size of the download is as big as the action contained within the game.