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Need something to spice up your boring, average, every day Grand Theft Auto play? You need Iron Man's Hulkbuster armor, of course.
The good news: Telltale Games has partnered with Marvel and will be making a new game set within that universe. The bad news: It’ll be about two years before said game ever sees the light of day. Here’s hoping your super power is unwavering patience.
It can be easy to forget that Disney now owns Marvel and Star Wars. So why is that important to video games? Because, according to a recent interview with Kingdom Hearts 3 designer and co-director, characters and worlds from both of those universes could potentially be in the upcoming next gen action adventure.
It seems like there have been a lot of stories recently working against the concept of that “all-digital future” some companies have been touting. The most recent issue cropped up following the Deadpool game completely disappearing from digital store fronts like a kid flicking a booger from their nose.
With Iron Man 3 hitting theaters this weekend, it’s only appropriate that upcoming free-to-play action MMO, Marvel Heroes would be in the celebrating mood. Starting this Saturday, May 4, and running through next Monday, May 6, eager gamers will be able to try out the game as part of the “Iron Man 3 Open Beta Weekend.”
Marvel has finally revealed the Avengers mobile game they've been teasing since last week. Avengers Initiative will debut on select iOS and Android devices tomorrow.
Marvel is on the verge of announcing a new mobile game starring The Avengers. They've released two teaser videos that set up the storyline for the currently unnamed game.
All right, so originally everyone thought that High Moon Studios, the same minds behind the upcoming Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, were behind a new Avengers game. And then, another website popped up indicating they were working on a Hit Monkey game. But now, yet another website indicates that High Moon is actually working on a Deadpool game.
High Moon Studios' upcoming Marvel video game was revealed today. As it turns out, they're not making an Avengers game. They picked a more obscure Marvel property, instead: Hit-Monkey.
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron developer High Moon Studios has another high-profile licensed game in the works. During Comic Con, they're set to announce a project based on one of Marvel's properties.
The wait for The Amazing Spider-Man is now over...at least as far as the video game based on the movie is concerned. The game, from Activision and Beenox Studios, sees players assuming the role of their favorite city-swinging web-headed mutant, as he attempts to save Manhattan once more from a group of nefarious villains.
The fate of the world rests in your hands (or flippers, rather) as Zen Studios has confirmed release dates for Marvel Pinball: Avengers Chronicles. The good news for those inpatient readers in the crowd is that you won’t be waiting long. This pack of four tables is hitting virtual store shelves next week.
Every summer blockbuster seems to get a tie-in video game and The Avengers, which opened last week, won't buck the trend. A new website registration suggests that a game called The Avengers: Battle For Earth will be announced soon.
Although Marvel's previous entities such as SEGA's Captain America and Thor received video game adaptions, pushing a title to meet the release of its movie counterpart, which more than often compromises quality, isn't how Marvel plan to develop an Avengers game. Instead, they'll be taking the approach of waiting for the right to time to launch it in order to give it as much development space as it needs to be a rare quality Marvel movie-based game.
Capcom has announced that one of the very best, highly praised fighting games of all time will be making its way to the Apple iOS platforms come April 25th. That's right, one of the greatest fighting games of all time, Marvel Vs Capcom 2, will be on the app store starting April 25th.