"Batman: Arkham" has recently teased the promised story DLC coming for "Batman: Arkham Origins." And while there have been speculations that Alfred may be the next big name for the add-on, it seems that the bigger chance lies with a very cold villain.
Apart from the two teased images in the official "Batman: Arkham" Facebook page, a new image is said to have been released by the developers in relation to the story DLC. And according to DualShockers, this image shows the name Ferris Boyle, a man who plays a major role in changing Victor Fries into everyone's favorite cold villain, Mr. Freeze.
This would be an interesting take as a DLC, though it remains to be seen how Mr. Freeze will further propel "Batman: Arkham Origins'" promise of exploring key relationships in the game.
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'GTA 5 Online' Gets More Player-Generated Jobs
For those who enjoyed the previous lineup of "GTA 5 Online" jobs that have been verified by developer Rockstar Games, here are some more suggestions as to the noisemakers when it comes to the millions of "GTA 5 Online" jobs available.
In the Rockstar Newswire, the developer has promised that it will be announcing more officially verified jobs, but for the meantime, here are the top four "GTA 5 Online" jobs that are currently enjoying a lot of attention from players:
- Jump the Lake by Gaming Delimited: The challenge here is to create some madness with motorbikes, ramps and water, all rolled into one job.
- Busted (Rancho) & Busted (Police Station) by RatchetAU: If "GTA 4 Online" was all about getting all creative with the Free Mode, this job is all about Busted and Demo Derby for "GTA 5 Online."
- Laguna Seca Remake by GTAVDriver: A Reddit favorite, this job involves an epic circuit that brings to mind the Laguna Seca Raceway, hence the name.
- Fort Zancudo Race & Spyhunter V1 by rechyyy: Ramps and power-ups amplify this "GTA"-style race as the creator also adds a touch of arcade shooter nostalgia in the creation.
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'Minecraft' Realms takes 'Minecraft' Online
"Minecraft" has a number of updates for the new versions coming out, as developer 4J Studios left a short announcement at its official Twitter account.
"We'll be back in 2014 to continue work on #MinecraftXBLA, #MinecraftPS3, #MinecraftXbox1, #MinecraftPS4 and #MinecraftPSVita."
But perhaps one of the bigger announcements for the "Minecraft" franchise is that "Minecraft" Realms, the online paid subscription that allows players to gather together and play in a world that's always online, is now available in Sweden for the "Minecraft" PC.
"Anyone who attended this year's Minecon can also access Realms by redeeming the Realms pre-paid giftcard that came in their giftbag," said Mojang.
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Basically, "Minecraft" Realms lets players invite up to 20 friends to their Realm, with 10 of them playing at the same time. The subscription already has seven pre-made maps (among them Blocks vs. Zombies, Dash of Doom and Spellbound Caves), with the world saved online for up to 3 months.
There are three packages offered for "Minecraft" Realms that players can choose from: 30 days access costs €10, 90 days costs €26 and 180 days costs €46. For now, "Minecraft" Realms is only available for a select number of players as it rolls out its beta service, but it will eventually be rolled out to more players.
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