Earlier today, Netflix announced that they will not be showcasing The Punisher at New York Comic-Con after the tragic events that transpired in Las Vegas last Sunday. The panel was originally scheduled for October 7th, but due to the violent subject material that The Punisher series would contain, Netflix cancelled the event. Netflix and Marvel released a statement earlier today: “We are stu...[Read More]
Gazillion Entertainment’s Marvel Heroes Omega finally made its way to PS4 and Xbox One at the end of June (having been on PC for years), and we jumped right in to this free-to-play action-RPG starring the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe.
Spider-Man: Homecoming already has a ton of pressure on it. While the webslinger’s debut in Civil War was praised, he now has to try and carry a film on his own in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Making it even tougher is that the Sam Raimi trilogy has already adapted some of the best storylines and villains from the comics, and the Amazing series’ performance indicated that maybe there...[Read More]
There has been a few complaints flying around the internet about the weird looking character models in Marvel VS Capcom Infinite, a sequel to a game with extremely stylish presentation. Originally, I was under the impression these characters would look better in motion. However, a recent post from a supposed ex-employee of Capcom says otherwise on Reddit. Now, before I dive any more into this subj...[Read More]
Last month, Marvel and Telltale released the first episode of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy:The Telltale Series. The first episode, titled “Tangled Up in Blue,” had the Guardians face their arch nemesis, Thanos and an enemy thought to be extinct called the Kree. As the chapter unfolded, the Guardians discovered that the two enemies that they faced are after a mystical object c...[Read More]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 announces its intention to be different from other Marvel Universe movies with its opening fight. As the majority of our heroes (Star-Lord (Peter Quill), Gamora, Drax, and Rocket) take on a giant tentacle creature seeking some interstellar battery things, Baby Groot connects the two wires to start a music track. As the fight rages on around him, the camera follows Ba...[Read More]
UPDATE: Warner Bros. has released the full-length announce trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2! _ Previous Story Below: Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO Group and Marvel Entertainment have revealed their newest LEGO title, and it is none other than LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2. Billed as a sequel to LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, this will be an original adventure that...[Read More]
Marvel fanatics and Telltale enthusiasts around the world rejoice! Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series is set to debut next month on April 18th. How will the launch of this anticipated title tie into the universe since Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 comes out on just under a month later on May 5th?
Yesterday on Twitter, both Square Enix and Marvel hinted at some big announcement they were going to make today, telling us to keep watch for some potential big news. Speculation filled us all! The most obvious prediction a lot of us had was that we were finally getting official confirmation that Marvel characters would play a role in Kingdom Hearts 3. Unfortunately, we still gotta wait for that. ...[Read More]
The rumors were true once again! I’m sure many companies are sniffing out these moles, but they certainly keep us journalists happy with all these secrets! Either way, Marvel VS Capcom is coming back in a big way with Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite, showing off four characters in a flashy trailer. A brief gameplay trailer was shown off as well.
This Ultimate Alliance Bundle contains both games from the historic franchise! Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Create an ultimate team from the largest Super Hero alliance ever as you engage in an epic quest to determine the fate of the Marvel Universe.
Activision seems to have this habit of re-releasing games from a previous generation onto new systems, mainly fueled by general interest in franchises. Don’t get me wrong – a lot of companies are doing re-issues these days. But the company’s proven that they don’t always work for the best, with FunLabs putting less-than-impressive work into its translations of the Prototype games...[Read More]