THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN RETURNS THE VIDEO GAME

Save a few mobile games like 2013’s Man of Steel, there hasn’t been a big-budget console Superman game since the 2006 tie-in game to Bryan Singer’s Superman Returns. Freelance writer Matt Paprocki just had a story published on Polygon about the troubled development of the last Superman game and having read it, you’ll sadly understand why no one has gotten a…

RANKING THE NINTENDO 64 COMIC BOOK GAMES

If you’ve read my feature about the Nintendo 64’s library of comic books games, you’ll know that there wasn’t that many released from the time in launched in September of 1996 to the time its last game, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3, arrived in 2002. Technically speaking, there were eleven video games with comic book properties released…

TWENTY YEARS LATER: NINTENDO 64 AND ITS LIBRARY OF COMIC BOOK VIDEO GAMES

September 26th, 1996. In limited release, Nintendo launched their first ever three-dimensional console that defined how games would be played in this bold new perspective, thanks to games like Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Rare’s Goldeneye 007, the latter of which showed developers how first-person shooters, a genre that exploded in the next console…

WHAT GAME MAKERS CAN LEARN FROM PAST SUPERMAN GAMES

Video games have not been kind to the Man of Steel. There are over a dozen games starring Superman that have been released, and the best one, Superman: Shadow of Apokolips, rests at a 64 on Metacritic. Lets not also forget that Superman also is the subject of much ridicule in the video game world, having starred…