Kerbal Space Program is coming to consoles this week

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Remember that goofy-yet-realistic space flight simulator for the PC called Kerbal Space Program? It was so good that NASA and businessman/engineer/inventor Elon Musk publicly expressed their love for the game.

According to Kerbal Space Program developer Squad, the game will be available in the U.S. via digital download on PlayStation 4 this July 12 and Xbox One on July 15.
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Arkham Knight’s Batmobile could break Batman’s no-guns rule

Have you seen the new Batmobile trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight?

Batman fan or not, you may have noticed that the Batmobile trailer focused on one thing: big fricking guns. From a gameplay perspective, it makes plenty of sense. Batman’s ride is a mix between sports car and tank, so it should have things that go pew pew.

In Batman canon, however, this could go against the Dark Knight’s “no guns” rule. Admittedly, I don’t know if the Batmobile’s guns will eventually be used to kill thugs in Arkham Knight, but it’s not implausible to presume that it can happen.

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Next Batman game’s Gotham City might look abandoned again

Arkham Knight1Yesterday (at least on this side of the world), we were treated to a deluge of previews for the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight, which marks the return of series creator Rocksteady Studios. The last game, Batman: Arkham Origins, was developed by Warner Bros. Games Montréal.

Arkham Origins received pretty good reviews, but many critics considered it the weak link in the highly acclaimed series. Despite featuring prettier visuals and a larger virtual sandbox, Arkham Origins was decried for being derivative of Arkham City, its predecessor.
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