DESIGN DOCUMENT: SUPERMAN

In 2009, developer Rocksteady Studios applied the Metroid template to Batman, giving rise to the brilliant Batman: Arkham Asylum and starting one of the single best comic book video game series of all time. At the beginning of Arkham Asylum, the player only has a limited number of the Dark Knight’s gadgets. As they progress…

SAME COMIC BOOK GAME DIFFERENT SYSTEM: TITLES THAT HAVE CROSSED GENERATIONS

When the public was given a first look at PlayStation 5 software during the summer, easily the game that would’ve caused people to find several hundred dollars for a new console was Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the next chapter in Sony and Insomniac Games’ new Spider-Man saga. Thankfully, Sony announced earlier this week that those who can’t…

DEVELOPER ROCKSTEADY STUDIOS TEASES NEW GAME AHEAD OF DC FANDOME EVENT

Developer Rocksteady showed the world what AAA comic book games could be with their series of Batman games. They’ve largely sat out this generation however, releasing only Batman: Arkham Knight in 2015 followed by the much smaller in scope Batman: Arkham VR a year later. Several E3’s and Game Awards events have come and gone, with many anticipating…

REVIEW: THE LEAGUE OF SUPERHERO GAMES BY SCHOLASTIC

Books are something I rarely cover or review, but like in the case of WRONG! Retro Games, You Messed Up Our Comic Book Heroes! by Chris Baker, I make the exception when a book addresses what is covered on this site: Video games based on comic book properties. I was made aware of the existence of a…