Tag: Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Marvel Rivals Contract Forbids Negative Reviews or Mockery

Video game developers are now coming right out and saying they want reviewers to shill for them. Marvel Rivals is a new free-to-play “hero shooter” PC game from Marvel Games and NetEase Games featuring loads of Marvel superheroes and villains. A closed alpha test began on March 10, 2024, with v...

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Sweet Baby Inc. Detected Discord Server Hacked

Remember what Alfred said about reprisals and acts of desperation in The Dark Knight? One of the reasons a lot of the best movies resonate is that you see their themes play out in real life. This morning, Kabrutus, creator of the Sweet Baby Inc. Detected curator and the new DEI Detected website, ann...

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Called Out in Warner Bros. Earning Call

How big a failure was Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League? According to a recent Warner Bros. earnings call (via Video Games Chronicle), it was big enough to sink their entire financial quarter. During the call, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav blamed the “decrease in revenue” on the d...

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Batman: Arkham Shadow Trailer Teases a Game Most Gamers Can’t Play

Batman is returning in a new Arkham game, but it’s not as cool as it sounds. Today saw the release of a teaser for Batman: Arkham Shadow, an upcoming entry in the popular DC Comics video game series. Little is known about the game, other than it involving Batman, Gotham City, rats, and probably lo...

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Sweet Baby Inc.-Influenced Tales of Kenzera: ZAU Bombs

The evidence is rolling in that Kabrutus and his Sweet Baby Inc. Detected curator are having a tangible impact on the video game industry. This week saw the release of a game called Tales of Kenzera: ZAU from developer Surgent Studios, published by Electronic Arts. In January, Sweet Baby Inc. revea...

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Stellar Blade Demo Had More Peak Players Than Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth

The Stellar Blade demo is a hit. According to Push Square (which is a cool name for a video game website), the demo for the South Korean action game has “about 690,000 daily active users” on its best day. Not only is this a great number, but it’s leagues ahead of the latest release from one &...

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