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NVIDIA releases GeForce 290.36 Beta Drivers for Batman, Battlefield 3, MW3, Skyrim

NVIDIA releases GeForce 290.36 Beta Drivers for Batman, Battlefield 3, MW3, Skyrim

It's time for an update for all you gamers out there playing any of the newest round of ground-breaking NVIDIA-powered PC games, this GeForce 290.36 Beta Driver release correcting bugs and adding features you might never have known were there in the first place! NVIDIA lets us know that players of Batman: Arkham City, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, should certainly update to this newest driver set, and Battlefield 3 as well as Crysis 2 will receive fixes for tiny broken bits like the "random appearance of triangular artifacts" in the former game. Grab it now!

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Batman: Arkham City PC Review

Batman: Arkham City PC Review

When you speak about Batman: Arkham City, you speak about not only the next chapter in a line of games that've redefined the superhero genre of video games, but have taken the ultra-immersive nature of the detective / puzzle solving game and have made it intuitive enough to be enjoyable for all - and the graphics are absolutely unmatched. What we've got here is a rig provided by NVIDIA to test this game specifically, an Alienware M17xR3 gaming laptop with a GeForce GTX 580 DirectX 11 GPU inside, this along with the newest set of NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 wireless 3D glasses. It's a very GREEN situation, needless to say, and playing the most advanced game on the market with the most impressive graphics processor on the planet, this is almost a no-brainer.

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NVIDIA shows off dazzling enhancements in Batman: Arkham City [Video]

NVIDIA shows off dazzling enhancements in Batman: Arkham City [Video]

It's time to check out Batman: Arkham City for the first OFFICIAL time running with NVIDIA's DirectX 11 Graphics and GPU Physics, certainly a sight to behold and set to be released on November 15th! In short, this game Arkham City builds on the ground-breaking 2009 game by the name of Batman: Arkham Asylum, one of the first games on the market to make use of Hardware-Accelerated PhysX effects which enhanced not only background details but incidental items as well, plus whole levels such as, as NVIDIA notes, the Scarecrow's nightmare world* (*included at the end of this post, for those of you that've never been there.) Now behold, footage from Arkham City, a game running with the graphics card it was made to run with, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560, with PhysX enabled for the greatest amount of detail you can imagine!

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UD Replicas to re-release its replica Batman motorcycle suits

UD Replicas to re-release its replica Batman motorcycle suits

I have talked about the uber geeky and cool motorcycle suits that the UD Replicas company makes before. One of my all time favorites was the Tron suit that came out around the time the film was in theaters. One of the most popular suits of all time for the company was the Batman suit that was based on the newer film The Dark Knight. Those suits have so far sold out in two releases.

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Special editions of Batman: Arkham City pack in unique content

Special editions of Batman: Arkham City pack in unique content

One of the games that many gamers are looking forward to that is set to land soon is Batman: Arkham City. There are going to be several special editions of the game that will pack in extras for fans wanting more than just the regular game. We can also expect like many other games that the pre-orders for the title due October 21 will come with various freebies at different retailers.

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Batman: Arkham City Packs Over 40 Hours Of Game Content

Batman: Arkham City Packs Over 40 Hours Of Game Content

More game news heads our way as the E3 conference approaches and this time it's an update on the much anticipated Batman: Arkham City. This follow up to the popular Batman: Arkham Asylum was last revealed to provide up to 8 hours of game play plus 15 hours worth of side-quests. However, a recent interview has revealed that the hours have been bumped way up to over 40 hours of content.

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BAE borrow Batman Tumbler style for concept battle bots

BAE borrow Batman Tumbler style for concept battle bots

BAE Systems has admitted to have borrowing stylistic cues from the Tumbler Batmobile used in the rebooted Batman franchise for some of their latest ground warfare concepts. The team responsible for the Future Protected Vehicles project told The Engineer that one particular unmanned assault vehicle, Raider, was inspired by the Tumbler's motorbike-style turning system and wheel configuration.

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Batman Tumbler golf cart is slower than original (but easier to park)

Batman Tumbler golf cart is slower than original (but easier to park)

There's no denying that in the world of DIY Tumbler replicas - a pretty small world, we'll grant you - Bob Dullam's full-sized version leads the pack; still, we've a lot of love for this dinky Tumbler golf cart version too.  Spotted by This LA Life on the Warner Bros. studio lot, the Batman-themed buggy was originally thought to be film director Chris Nolan's ride of choice but later turned out to belong to another, unnamed director who just so happens to be a huge Batman fan.

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