REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN: FRIEND OR FOE (NINTENDO DS)

The Spider-Man games on the DS had a bit of a yo-yo thing happening starting out: Spider-Man 2 was not really that great, but Ultimate Spider-Man was terrific; Spider-Man: Battle for New York was a poor man’s attempt at trying to duplicate the quality of Ultimate Spider-Man but Spider-Man 3 returned things to form with a unique take on the open-world genre in two-dimensions and…

CELEBRATING THE CANADIAN DEVELOPERS OF COMIC BOOK GAMES ON CANADA’S 150TH BIRHTDAY

Canada, the country in which I call home, is celebrating a milestone birthday today. July 1st, 2017 marks the 150th birthday of the day that the country known as Canada came into existence. Video game fans owe a lot to the country of Canada, for without it and the talented people who live in it,…

EVERY SPIDER-MAN MOVIE GAME EVER (ALMOST)

Spider-Man, to put it mildly, has gotten a lot of good publicity as of late. This week the character had a huge E3 when the Insomniac developed Marvel’s Spider-Man closed out the Sony press conference with a close to ten minute long gameplay demo that has received nothing but positive admiration from the enthusiast media and gaming…

TOP 5: SPIDER-MAN VOICE ACTORS IN VIDEO GAMES

Yesterday was a big day for comic book fans, and I’m not just saying that because Batman: Arkham Knight finally arrived to download and buy in stores. The other headline grabbing article was that Sony and Marvel announced not only the new Spider-Man who will appear alongside The Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy in the…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN: SHATTERED DIMENSIONS (XBOX 360)

Say what you will about publisher Activision, but under their watch they successfully reinvigorated the Spider-Man video game franchise with developers Neversoft and Treyarch at the turn of the millennium. After the release of 2005’s Ultimate Spider-Man however, things seemed to be taking a downward spiral in terms of quality for the once well-regarded franchise.…

VENOM: VIDEO GAMES FAVORITE BAD GUY

One of the great things about picking up a video game based on a comic book is that you get to inhabit the role of your favorite super hero. Whether it’s swinging around the streets of New York as Spider-Man, soaring through the air as the Man of Steel or frightening foes from the shadows…