Tag: Gotham

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Top 10 Batman Villains

    Top 10 Batman Villains

    By the Last Token Gaming Staff Editor’s Note: Please keep in mind that this is a list the Last Token Gaming has heavily subjective. In the comments below, tell us if you agree or disagree with our list or who you think should be taken off the list or added! For as long a run…

    By the Last Token Gaming Staff Editor’s Note: Please keep in mind that this is a list the Last Token Gaming has heavily subjective. In the comments below, tell us if you agree or disagree with our list or who you think should be taken off the list or added! For as long a run…

  • The Promise of Yesterday: The Prequel-Sequel Paradox

    By Terry Randolph *Warning: Mild spoilers below for several games below. Whenever a prequel is announced for a series that recently ended, I cringe. Mostly it’s because these games come towards the tail-end of the franchise or at its conclusion, and feels unnecessary in the scope of things. I get it, the promises and potential…

    By Terry Randolph *Warning: Mild spoilers below for several games below. Whenever a prequel is announced for a series that recently ended, I cringe. Mostly it’s because these games come towards the tail-end of the franchise or at its conclusion, and feels unnecessary in the scope of things. I get it, the promises and potential…