Tag: Batman

  • Batman: Enemy Within: Episode 3: Fractured Mask

    Batman: Enemy Within: Episode 3: Fractured Mask

    Release Date: November 21, 2017 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Interactive Storytelling Rating: M for Mature Platform: PS4, Xbox One (reviewed), Android, iPhone, PC Sometimes, the stories we wish to tell end up being the ones not told; rather they evolve and change as the words ink the paper. Numerous factors play into…

    Release Date: November 21, 2017 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Interactive Storytelling Rating: M for Mature Platform: PS4, Xbox One (reviewed), Android, iPhone, PC Sometimes, the stories we wish to tell end up being the ones not told; rather they evolve and change as the words ink the paper. Numerous factors play into…

  • Batman: The Enemy Within: Episode 2 – The Pact Review

    Batman: The Enemy Within: Episode 2 – The Pact Review

    Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Rated: M for Mature Developer: TellTale Games Producer: TellTale Games Genre: Point and Click, Narrative Focus Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC Inevitably, every series ends up having an episode cramming in tons of exposition to set up the hooks necessary for the narrative. It is easy arguing that the pilot…

    Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Rated: M for Mature Developer: TellTale Games Producer: TellTale Games Genre: Point and Click, Narrative Focus Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC Inevitably, every series ends up having an episode cramming in tons of exposition to set up the hooks necessary for the narrative. It is easy arguing that the pilot…

  • TellTale’s Batman: Enemy Within: Episode 1 – The Enigma Review

    TellTale’s Batman: Enemy Within: Episode 1 – The Enigma Review

    Release Date: August 8th, 2017 Rated: M for Mature Developer: TellTale Games Producer: TellTale Games Genre: Point and Click, Narrative Focus Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC As cannot be said enough, thank you to TellTale Games for providing a review copy of this game! Tonality and direction are pivotal when setting up a story’s delivery of theme…

    Release Date: August 8th, 2017 Rated: M for Mature Developer: TellTale Games Producer: TellTale Games Genre: Point and Click, Narrative Focus Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC As cannot be said enough, thank you to TellTale Games for providing a review copy of this game! Tonality and direction are pivotal when setting up a story’s delivery of theme…

  • Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 5: City of Light Review

    Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 5: City of Light Review

    Release Date: December 13, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone Batman: A TellTale Series is a flawed, often promising story bogged by consistent technical issues and unevenly weighted storytelling. In many respects, it’s a…

    Release Date: December 13, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone Batman: A TellTale Series is a flawed, often promising story bogged by consistent technical issues and unevenly weighted storytelling. In many respects, it’s a…

  • Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 4: Guardian of Gotham Review

    Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 4: Guardian of Gotham Review

    Release Date: November 22, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone With a series that already feels like it’s bursting with tension and extremely high stakes, how do you push the envelope farther? What will…

    Release Date: November 22, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone With a series that already feels like it’s bursting with tension and extremely high stakes, how do you push the envelope farther? What will…

  • New Review – Batman: A TellTale Series Episode 3: New World Order

    New Review – Batman: A TellTale Series Episode 3: New World Order

    Release Date: October 25, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone “When we hit our lowest point, we are open to the greatest change.” – Aang, The Legend of Korra Everyone knows that, in order…

    Release Date: October 25, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone “When we hit our lowest point, we are open to the greatest change.” – Aang, The Legend of Korra Everyone knows that, in order…

  • Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 2: Children of Arkham Review

    Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 2: Children of Arkham Review

    Release Date: September 20, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone Before beginning this review, I would like to thank TellTale again for providing a review code for the whole season of Batman: A Telltale…

    Release Date: September 20, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Perspective, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone Before beginning this review, I would like to thank TellTale again for providing a review code for the whole season of Batman: A Telltale…

  • Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 1: Realm of Shadows Review

    Batman: A TellTale Series – Episode 1: Realm of Shadows Review

    Release Date: August 2, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Shooter, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone Before I begin the review, I’d like to thank TellTale for the review code for the Season Pass of their newest series Batman: A…

    Release Date: August 2, 2016 Developer: TellTale Games Publisher: TellTale Games Genre: Third Person Shooter, Platformer, Action-Adventure System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, PC, Mac, Android, iPhone Before I begin the review, I’d like to thank TellTale for the review code for the Season Pass of their newest series Batman: A…

  • Calling All Dreamers: Oblivion Comics & Coffee

    Last Token Gaming has always been about two key beliefs: being objective in everything that we write, and supporting our local community. We’ve also always been about one other belief: to support our community in pursuing their passions. Here in Sacramento, there’s currently a contest going known as the “Calling All Dreamers” contest.  From the…

    Last Token Gaming has always been about two key beliefs: being objective in everything that we write, and supporting our local community. We’ve also always been about one other belief: to support our community in pursuing their passions. Here in Sacramento, there’s currently a contest going known as the “Calling All Dreamers” contest.  From the…

  • Good Knight, and Good Luck – Arkham Knight Review

    Good Knight, and Good Luck – Arkham Knight Review

    By Terry Randolph There was always a question of how to end the Arkham franchise; after all, each game has increased in magnitude of scope since Arkham Asylum. The games were no longer a chess match between Batman and Joker, but also psychoanalyzed their relationship, as well as between the villains and Gotham City. Gotham’s darkest depths…

    By Terry Randolph There was always a question of how to end the Arkham franchise; after all, each game has increased in magnitude of scope since Arkham Asylum. The games were no longer a chess match between Batman and Joker, but also psychoanalyzed their relationship, as well as between the villains and Gotham City. Gotham’s darkest depths…