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I had a good ritual for this year's Comic-Con. To get myself hyped up for the event, I decided to play a string of games based on comic books. Batman the Video Game for NES made the list, along with the recent Deadpool ("BOING!") and Batman: Arkham City – just because. But then I made a little mistake – I added R.I.P.D. the Game. Never heard of it? Well,... Read Review

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