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The meticulously crafted, mature conclusion to the Arkham series showcases the Dark Knight at his very brightest
From an igloo at the top of a mountain to a 60m deep limestone quarry, or an 18th century demilitarised fortress
Action-orientated combat is a nice change from standard MMO combat
Will Florence + The Machine, The Who or Kanye West make it into the history books this year?
Nintendo's foray into the world of online multiplayer is every bit as fun and original as you'd hope
From an especially cold simulator to a loveable green dinosaur
The most realistic experience you will be treated to without taking to the track
From charming clay creations on the big screen to a game of capture-the-king
Truly immersive experience puts players in the thick of the action
A magisterial display of visual and architectural construction
A grey winter morning in Kyoto and I – along with several hundred writers, chefs, and nutrition experts from around the world – sit in a conference hall listening to the Michelin-starred French chef Alain Ducasse sing the praises of Japanese food.
Wii U; Nintendo; £29.86
Third-person cover shooter set in Victorian Britain features secretive order of knights and mysterious forces