WATCH: PANELS TO PIXELS: EVERY MCU GAME RANKED AND REVIEWED

The success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has given birth to a new golden age of Marvel video games that started with last year’s Marvel’s Spider-Man and will continue with Marvel’s Iron Man VR, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order and (hopefully) whatever Square-Enix has cooking with their Avengers Project. Rewind eleven years though, and it was a…

A CHRISTMAS TIME FUN LOOK AT TOYS BASED ON COMIC BOOK VIDEO GAMES

In previous years around the holiday season I’ve looked at comic book games with a Christmas twist such as Batman: Arkham Origins, the many games inspired by Tim Burton’s Batman Returns, and Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron. While growing up, video games were of my most coveted Christmas gifts as it was only really around that time of year when I…

CELEBRATING THE CANADIAN DEVELOPERS OF COMIC BOOK GAMES ON CANADA’S 150TH BIRHTDAY

Canada, the country in which I call home, is celebrating a milestone birthday today. July 1st, 2017 marks the 150th birthday of the day that the country known as Canada came into existence. Video game fans owe a lot to the country of Canada, for without it and the talented people who live in it,…

REVIEW: MARVEL PINBALL: EPIC COLLECTION VOL. 1 (PS4)

For a generation of video game players who grew up when arcades were still a thriving business, they’ll probably remembering the alluring lights, eye-catching displays of franchises from everything from The Addams Family to Doctor Who, and of course the unforgettable sounds of pinball machines. Unless you live in certain cities around the world, it’s near impossible to…

ARKHAM ORIGINS PART 1: HULK (PS2)

NOTE: ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON COMICBOOKMOVIE.COM 10/15/2013 Leading up to the October 25th release of Batman: Arkham Origins, as opposed to reviewing or featuring Asylum and City, I thought it would be more original to look at the previous comic book themed games created by WB Games Creative Director, Eric Holmes and another thematic origin game.…