GHOST RIDER ADDED TO MARVEL VS. CAPCOM: INFINITE

Last week two new characters were unveiled for Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite via a preview for a variant Spider-Man/Deadpool cover: Dormammu and Firebrand and now another character has been revealed in a similar way. From a variant for the fourth issue of The Defenders comes the news that Ghost Rider is the latest character to come to the crossover fighting game that…

THE LAND OF THE FORGOTTEN COMIC BOOK GAMES PART 3

Let’s turn our attention from DC to Marvel, as we explore some unfortunate tragedies in their video game portfolio. X-MEN: MIND GAMES (SEGA 32X) The 32X was Sega’s final attempt to prolong the life of the Sega Genesis before the company moved into the 32-bit era with the Sega Saturn. Sega had somewhat of a…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN/VENOM: SEPARATION ANXIETY

Beat-em-ups as a genre are repetitive by nature: punch some guys, move right, punch some more guys, more than likely ride an elevator, fight a boss, rinse, repeat until games end. What helps alleviate some of the tedium is being able to bring along a friend for the ride. In the arcade, where the games…

MIDNIGHT SONS MONTH: THE COLLECTED EDITION

As the month of October comes to a close, so does my look at some Marvel Comics horror themed videogames. Thanks for reading, for anyone coming in, here’s the link to all five issues. Happy Halloween everyone!: Review 1: Blade (PS1) Review 2: Blade (GBC) Review 3: Blade 2 (Xbox) Review 4: Ghost Rider (PSP)…

OCTOBER UPDATE

I stated earlier this month that for the month of October I would take a look at the games based on the Blade franchise. I’ve now decided that the month of October will now be the Midnight Sons month and will incorporate all three Blade games, as well as Ghost Rider for PSP and GBA.…