GET SOME GREAT, AND NOT SO GREAT, COMIC BOOK GAMES ON PSN FOR UNDER A DOLLAR!!!

Running through this weekend and until Monday, March 23rd at 9:00 PM Pacific Standard time, you can grab a pile of great games for under a dollar on the PSN store for PS3 (check your region to see if this applicable for you, it is for me in Canada). Some of the highlights include MegaMan…

ANOTHER 400 DAYS-ESQUE EXPANSION ON THE WAY FOR THE WALKING DEAD?

Telltale has been pretty quite on the The Walking Dead front lately, and you can’t really blame them with all the work they’ve taken on, like Game of Thrones, Tales from the Borderlans, and for the first time ever a game that will be their very own IP. Not wanting people to think they’ve stopped thinking about the…

WHAT’S BETTER: SPIDER-MAN (2002) VS. THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

Now that I’ve finally confirmed once and for all that Spider-Man 3 is inferior to The Amazing Spider-Man 2, it’s not time to turn our attentions to what title is superior: Spider-Man (2002) or The Amazing Spider-Man. While both games share a common ground in that they’re products intended to tie into the release of a Spider-Man film, in particular the start…

WHY A PLATINUM DEVELOPED SPIDER-GWEN GAME WOULD AND WOULD NOT WORK

Late last week, whether to test the waters to see if people would be for the idea, to hint at something hopefully in the works, or just thinking out loud, Bayonetta 2 director Yusuke Hashimoto stated he would love to make a game in the Spider-Verse, specifically starring the breakout character from the Edge of Spider-Verse series, Spider-Gwen. This news, as you…

TOP FIVE: SPAWN VIDEO GAMES

This week saw the launch of Spawn: Resurrection, an attempt by Image to inject life back into the character made popular in the 90’s by creator Todd McFarlane by bringing original Spawn Al Simmons back from the dead (undead?) and hiring writer Paul Jenkins (Marvel Knight’s Inhumans) to oversee the character’s new direction. Two Halloween’s ago I reviewed every Spawn…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN (2002) (XBOX ORIGINAL)

When it was released back in 2001, Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro was a respectable follow-up to 2000’s Spider-Man from Activision, but it didn’t do that much new than the game it built upon. What everyone was really looking forward to was Spider-Man’s debut on the sixth generation of consoles which was already announced to be the game that…