Tagged: Marvel Comics

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite review

Capcom are pretty much the king of fighting games. It all started with Street Fighter on the early consoles and in the arcades and ever since then they’ve been churning out Street Fighter games and a tonne of spin-offs including the Marvel vs Capcom series, where a convergence of universes means the heroes and villains from both worlds can now fight against and alongside each other. This time they’re facing the threat of Ultron Sigma destroying worlds with its clone of robots, and if he gets his hands on the six infinity stones scattered across the universe, things are going...


Deadpool review

I wasn’t hearing great things about Deadpool but after trying it out at a recent launch event I thought I’d give the game a go and come to my own conclusion. And I’m glad I did because although the combat is a little rough around the edges, this game is actually one of the funniest and most entertaining games I’ve played in a long while. In this game the deranged, disfigured Wade Wilson in the ultimate onesie stars in his own video game thanks to High Moon Studios, Deadpool being a Marvel character who likes to break the fourth wall,...

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes release date

LEGO’s played with the heroes and villains of DC comics before but now the game franchise has built bridges with Marvel Comics to bring us LEGO Marvel Super Heroes in the Autumn of 2013. The game will be out on almost every format including the Wii U, and will complement the toy collection with an original storyline where Nick Fury calls upon Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, Spider-Man, Wolverine and other heroes to save the Earth from Loki and Galactus. Buy LEGO Marvel Super Heroes now New: Buy LEGO Marvel Super Heroes from Amazon.com Related: LEGO, Marvel Comics

Captain America Super Soldier

Captain America Super Soldier review

There’s no two ways about it, the first half of 2011 has been awful for Wii owners. There have been hardly any games at all, let alone many good ones. Of course Nintendo themselves have been far too distracted with the 3DS to worry about Wii, but that doesn’t explain the lack of third party content. The latter half of this year will at least see a few final big titles for Wii owners to look forward to. Anyway, who’d have thought that it would be Nintendo’s old rivals Sega, stepping up to fill the void this summer? Let me...

Marvel vs Capcom 3 Fate of Two Worlds

Marvel vs Capcom 3 Fate of Two Worlds review

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is the fifth game in the franchise where the Street Fighter characters and other Capcom mascots fight against Spider-Man, Hulk and countless other Marvel comic book heroes and villains. This time they’re also fighting together against Galactus, a greater evil with silly headgear that wants to feed on the Earth. If you’ve played any beat ‘em up before you’ll know what to expect. P1 vs P2 as you fight until you wear your opponent’s health bar down to zero or the timer runs out. The difference here is that you always fight in teams of three...

Sony PSP

Sony PSP Digital Comics reader

Sony are going to bring Digital Comics to the PSP. Their digital comic reader will launch in the US in December and you’ll be able to view all sorts of stuff including Marvel Comics. Buy a PSP now New: Buy a PSP from Amazon.com Related: Capcom Comics, Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe