TUROK (2008) DESIGNER HEADS TO KICKSTARTER FOR SPIRITUAL SUCCESSOR GRAPHIC NOVEL PROJECT

After the demise of Acclaim, the Turok IP was picked up by Buena Vista Interactive who commissioned Propaganda with rebooting the series on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 which was release in 2008. A proposed sequel was in the works, but was cancelled as Turok didn’t meet Buena Vista’s acceptable sales figures. Propaganda was moved to the video game…

REVIEW: IRON MAN (PS2, PSP, Wii)

NOTE: ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON COMICBOOKMOVIE.COM 05/12/2013 Hailing from a different developer than the PS3/Xbox 360 counterparts, Iron Man for the Wii/PS2/PSP was created by Canadian studio A2M (Artificial Mind and Movement, minds out of the gutter people). The game is a completely different experience than its current generation system counterparts, though it does use the…

REVIEW: IRON MAN (NINTENDO DS)

NOTE: ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON COMICBOOKMOVIE.COM 03/16/2013 Looking back I can see why people may not have bothered to give the DS version of Iron Man a chance: All of the home console versions reviewed incredibly bad, so the chances that a version on an underpowered handheld being worth anyone’s time was slim. Of all the…

REVIEW: THE INCREDIBLE HULK (XBOX 360)

The Incredible Hulk was released a little over a month after Sega’s first Marvel Cinematic Universe title, Iron Man, to coincide with the film of the same name. The game can be best described as a sort of follow up to Sierra’s 2005 well received Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (PS2/GC/Xbox). The title loosely follows the…