It had a nice long run, but—wait, no it didn’t.
After an eternity in beta, Turbine's DC Comics-based MOBA has officially launched, complete with its own Steam page and everything. How about a celebratory stream?
On December 17 DC Universe-themed MOBA Infinite Crisis goes green with a visit from Dr. Alec Holland, better known as the Swamp Thing. Voicing the guardian of the green is none other than Lieutenant Commander Worf, worst father in the history of Starfleet.
That's it, DC Comics needs to revoke Turbine's license to create variant versions of iconic heroes for MOBA Infinite Crisis. I draw the line at popped-collar, sandals-with-socks "SoCal Hal" Green Lantern.
The makers of Infinite Crisis continue to expand the twisted alternate reality DC Comics playground today with a brand-new tutorial mode and two of the strangest additions to its hero roster yet — Nightmare Robin and Atomic Joker.
Thanks to Valve's big-ass DOTA 2 competition, I've got multiplayer online battle arena games on the mind this weekend, but I'm no DOTA 2 player. I'm barely an Infinite Crisis player, but at least I'm dying surrounded by DC superheroes.
Forget the new Gotham TV series, I want a Baywatch/Justice League series. DC's free to play Infinite Crisis unveiled its latest batch of new character costumes, and this time they're all summer-themed. Check out Lifeguard Aquaman, Beach Party Catwoman, and Summer Laughs Joker Below:
Quickly becoming the standard for free-to-play PC games, Founders' packs give players a chance to forego post-launch nickle-and-dime content into one massive down payment. What does $100 get you in the DC Comics take on League of Legends?
There are tons of new MOBAs trying to enter the space but one stands out above them all and that is Turbine's Infinite Crisis. This DC MOBA does not stray too far from the standard MOBA formula—which is the three lane format (with bottom, middle, and top lanes) seen more commonly in games like League of Legends and …