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]
There’s a reason that the next big blockbuster is Captain America: Civil War. That run of comics was unique in its political portrayal of conflicting ideals with the modern anchor point of how to regulate super-powered persons. It had some of the coolest artwork to date and the story line kept readers on their toes. As any good conflict would, sometimes the wounds never full heal. Prepare fo...[Read More]
First off, this is late. I know it’s late. Ant-Man released not long ago. Why is my review late? Well, part of that is down to me being sick, and part is due to a gameplay problem. For the last few weeks I have had massive issues with Pinball FX2 running on Xbox One. Between crashing when loading the game and crashes when submitting high scores, there’s a lot to be said for general gam...[Read More]
The Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron table will allow players to relive the struggle of Earth's mightiest heroes, including Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye against Ultron and his seemingly endless army.
In the aftermath of the collapse of S.H.I.E.L.D. during the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the Avengers (Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye) have come together as a team as they take on Hydra in an amazing opening action sequence. But after an encounter with the Maximoff twins, Pietro (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), Tony Stark tampers...[Read More]
While at C2E2 this past weekend, I wasn’t just talking about action figures and ogling Spandex-clad gentlemen. While this convention is mostly about comics, there are usually some games on display there as well. I got to chat with some of the team from D3 Publisher, which is the company that brought us one of my favorite Nintendo DS games ever: Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords. They w...[Read More]
After the success of the Avengers movie, it’s been a big question: can solo films of these characters match the success of that movie? Let’s take a look at the latest in Tony Stark’s adventures and see. Tony Stark is in a bad place mentally, dealing the traumatic event he went through alongside the Avengers. When the threat of the Mandarin rises, Tony will have to face his greate...[Read More]