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Batman: Arkham Knight Review: Open-world superhero brawler with a car

Batman: Arkham Knight is the fourth major title in the Warner Bros. series of video games that began with 2009’s Arkham Asylum. Tonally, Arkham Knight is very much an Arkham game, but the decision to revolve so much of the game around the new Batmobile is an alienating move that robs Arkham Knight at the outset of the fantasy of becoming the Dark Knight. Once we’re past that silliness, however, it unfurls a plot that is by far the strongest of the series.

Heroes of the Storm Review: Easy to get into and fun to play

Blizzard defines Heroes of the Storm as a “hero brawler.” But really, it’s a MOBA—an idiosyncratic and sparsely populated genre that mixes together bits and pieces of real-time strategy and fighting games in fiercely competitive matches. The game pits two teams of fantastical creatures against each other to see who can destroy the other’s base first.

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