REVIEW: MARVEL PUZZLE QUEST: DARK REIGN (PS4)

I always wanted to get into Puzzle Quest. Back in 2007 when it was released on the DS and PSP, the game blew up from its humble origins thanks to critical praise and hype on all the gaming podcasts I listened to at the time. Try as I might though, it didn’t quite “click” with me, perhaps…

THE MARVEL PUZZLE QUEST ON CONSOLES CONUNDRUM

Fall is the time of year when people throw down big dollars and all the AAA releases that publishers flood onto the market, your Call of Duty’s, Assassin’s Creed, Halo’s, etc, however for me this past weekend, the game I couldn’t take myself away from was Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign on my PS4. It’s an incredibly simple, yet…

PLAY AS THE ALL NEW TOTALLY AWESOME HULK IN MARVEL PUZZLE QUEST

Secret Wars isn’t over yet, but that isn’t stopping Marvel from launching some of their post Secret Wars books in stores this week. One new series you won’t be able to get your hands on until December is Totally Awesome Hulk, featuring a new take on the jade giant. In what is the next biggest piece…

MARVEL PUZZLE QUEST HEADED TO CONSOLES FOR $14.99

Marvel Puzzle Quest has been on mobile platforms and PC for quite some time now, but like a lot of Marvel video game offerings in that space, you have to have a lot of time and patience to put up with the free-to-play roadblocks that block fun behind pay barriers. Thankfully, not any more. Wayforward,…

ANT-MAN CONTENT COMING TO MAJOR MARVEL FREE-TO-PLAY PLATFORMS

It looks like Zen Pinball isn’t the only platform that’s getting some Ant-Man love this July. Much like Marvel’s Age of Ultron before it, Ant-Man themed content is heading to Marvel’s catalogue of free-to-play and mobile titles starting July 9th. Look for the small hero in Marvel: Future Fight, Marvel Heroes 2015, Marvel: Contest of Champions, Marvel: Avengers Alliance as well as Marvel: Puzzle…

ULTRON INVADES MARVEL’S PORTFOLIO OF GAMES

With Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron less than two weeks away from hitting theatres in North America, the team and the titular villain can be seen just about anywhere: TV ads, movie trailers, toys, Doritos, Dr. Pepper, clothes, and starting on April 23rd, video games. This Thursday and leading up to the North American release of Age of…