It's no secret Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is working on a follow-up to the smash hit Batman: Arkham Asylum, but what will it be called? Perhaps one of fifteen newly-registered Arkham-themed website domains contains a clue?
It doesn't mean such games are in development - at most the companies owning these marks have moved to protect them - but new domains for GoldenEye and Driver have been registered by Activision and Ubisoft.
Why sit at your computer working all day long when you can head over to the new Atari.com and play Yars Revenge all day long?
Interested in finding out what titles have gamers Tweeting like crazy? Look no further than Tweet My Gaming, a new website from the creators of GamerDNA.
Interested in Capcom's upcoming release of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite but don;t know the first thing about monster hunting? The Encyclopedia Gigantica is here to help.
GameFly has just launched GameAnswers.com, a website that allows gamers to share their knowledge of the industry and judge by their peers.
Activision and RedOctane have thrown up an official web site for their upcoming music mixing rhythm game DJ Hero, complete with two turntables and a cheering Flash crowd.
AOL has officially launched PlaySavvy.com, a new website aimed at informing curious parents about the games their children play and generating revenue from ads aimed at this lucrative demographic.
Has it really been 10 years since DanceDanceRevolution two-stepped into the gaming scene? Even more incredulously, has Konami really one 10 years without building a community portal for the series? No matter, as rectification comes now with the announcement of DDROnlineCommunity.com, a community portal where fans of…