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…

REVIEW: THOR: GOD OF THUNDER (NINTENDO 3DS/Wii)

For Sega’s series of Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase One games, it was the PS3/Xbox 360 games that most people were looking towards and being promoted in the press, but with a few exceptions, those were the ones that were to be avoided. Save Captain America: Super Soldier where the at-the-time next-gen version of the game was clearly…

REVIEW: THOR: GOD OF THUNDER (NINTENDO DS)

By the time the final two Sega published Marvel Cinematic Universe games came around in 2011, many had wised to the fact that these were games that could be avoided. After excitedly coming out of theaters and blindly buying the likes of Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, and Iron Man 2, games that promised players the opportunity to become the…