FACEBOOK/MOBILE GAME GETS SEQUEL IN MARVEL: AVENGERS ALLIANCE 2

Back when it was released on Facebook back in 2012, Marvel: Avengers Alliance was the first game that would transition Marvel’s interactive division from a company who released traditional games on consoles and handhelds to one who more or less solely focused on mobile and free-to-play offerings. Now close to four years later, the game that started…

REVIEW: ATTACK ON TITAN: HUMANITY IN CHAINS (3DS)

Manga and anime were two things I absolutely loved in my junior and senior high school years, but something that I don’t pay much attention to now as I’ve gravitated to traditional North American comics in my adult years. That being said, one series that I’ve found myself completely engrossed in is the Kodansha published Attack…

MARVEL’S AVENGERS ACADEMY CHARACTER TRAILER

The Clone High meets Marvel mobile title Avengers Academy, scheduled to arrive in early 2016 from TinyCo, just received a new trailer that still doesn’t show exactly how the game looks like when played, but provides a glimpse of some of the reimagined Marvel cast including Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Loki, Hulk and Black Widow. While not shown…

THE POSSIBILITY OF CIVIL WAR CONTENT IN LEGO MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS AND DON’T EXPECT NETFLIX CHARACTERS

When it arrives in January of 2016, Lego Marvel’s The Avengers will be the first console Marvel game to feature content inspired by Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But Phase Two is sssoooo 2015, what about 2016, in particular, the hotly anticipated Captain America: Civil War? While Lego Marvel’s The Avengers will release months to Civil War, which doesn’t…

THE YEAR OF ACCLAIM: PLAY OR PASS

And with the final review of Turok (2008) on Xbox 360, The Year of Acclaim comes to an end. Over the past twelve months I’ve looked at fifteen games through multiple console, handhelds and console generations. While some of the games I’ve looked at have confirmed that certain games are bonafided classics or huge surprises, others are…

REVIEW: TUROK (2008) (XBOX 360)

Reboot. It’s a word that gets thrown around a lot nowadays, heck even the beloved 90’s animated series Reboot is getting…umm….rebooted, and to many it’s as dirty a word as the most well-known four letter ones. For every great reinterpreting of a property, like Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy, you get a Point Break, Total Recall, Terminator: Genisys, or RoboCop that fail…