REVIEW: X-MEN: MUTANT ACADEMY (GAME BOY COLOR)

Fighting games as a genre really took off in the 16-bit era due in no small part to the one, two punch of Capcom’s Street Fighter II and Midway’s Mortal Kombat. Getting games like that to work on 8-Bit devices where the input is limited to really two buttons was never really that good an idea, but it never…

SUPER HERO FIGHTING GAMES: THE GOOD AND THE BAD QUALITIES

Fighting games as a genre go hand in hand with super hero comic books. As much as any fans of super hero books say they read for things like story, characters, plot, art, etc, they can’t lie and say they don’t also love a good old-fashioned throw down complete with epic splash pages, larger than…

NYCC: MARVEL: CONTEST OF CHAMPIONS TO HAVE CONTROLLER SUPPORT

Mobile fighting games have come a long way with respect to how they control, look no further than the constantly updated Injustice: Gods Among Us mobile companion game for that. Not to take away from any of the developers who have made these strides in making mobile fighting games as fun as possible, but nothing…