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Infinite Crisis Introduces Poison Ivy, Fades From Memory

You know, thingie.

It's happened again. The gaming world's equivalent of those Men In Black neuralyzers, DC Comics' MOBA Infinite Crisis, left our memories again. The phenomenon was last recorded in October last year, then before that in June, and April. I can feel myself already forgetting, so quickly, watch the new trailer below.

If you assumed that the DC aspect of this would lead to a simplified, more immediately accessible DOTA-like, you'd be really rather wrong. Just this description of Poison Ivy's skills is daunting enough to have me assume the game could never be for me. But then I'm a bleary-eyed old man who wants to be told stories - you, you're young, beautiful, and so much more talented. So maybe this is for you?

The game's been in closed beta since last May, but there's still no word on when Turbine's first non-MMO effort will go public. It already appears to be involved in the eSports scene, but the site's suggestion that you can "download and play 4 free" isn't the case. It was pencilled in for last Autumn, and a quick dig around can't find anything updating that since.

A quick dig around for...

What was...

No, sorry, it's gone.

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