MARVEL’S IRON MAN VR GETS A SURPRISE UPDATE

As Marvel’s game division prepares for their next big outing, Marvel’s Avengers, they’ve shown that they haven’t forgotten about the other game they released earlier this summer: the criminally underappreciated Marvel’s Iron Man VR. At no extra cost to the player, a new update for the game, which is available now, will have fans reaching for their headset…

REVIEW: MARVEL’S IRON MAN VR (SONY PLAYSTATION 4)

Iron Man is a character that’s been around for over a half a century, but despite being a founding Avenger, it wasn’t until the release of 2008’s Marvel’s Iron Man that the character graduated to the A-list. Suddenly, a character that was wildly unknown to the public was the figure head for one of the largest cinematic…

MARVEL’S IRON MAN VR DELAYED TO MAY 15TH

This week’s forecast has called for a storm of video game delays. On top of moving Marvel’s Avengers from May 15th to September, Square-Enix delayed their hotly anticipated remake of the beloved Final Fantasy VII into April. Following those were CD Projekt Red’s follow-up to The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, Cyberpunk 2077,which followed Marvel’s Avengers, into the fall and…

FURTHER DETAILS HAVE COME OUT ABOUT MARVEL POWERS UNITED VR

Yesterday during D23’s video game showcase, the Oculus exclusive and premiere Marvel virtual reality title, Marvel Powers United VR was unveiled to the world. Afterwards an interview was published on Marvel’s website with the head of Oculus Studios, Steve Arnold, about the title wherein further information was provided about the project. The title is a joint venture…

D23 2017 NEWS ROUND-UP: MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN, NEW LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES 2 CHARACTERS AND THE FIRST EVER MARVEL VR GAME

Today as part of the D23 event, Disney spent an hour showing off their upcoming games in the Marvel, Disney, and Star Wars camps, revealing new footage for Star Wars: Battlefront II, a (possible) release window and new world for Kingdom Hearts III and several Marvel related games, including an announcement of a new game. While now new gameplay…

BATMAN: ARKHAM VR TO HAVE A 2.5 HOUR PLAYTIME

At a cost of $29.99 in Canada, you wouldn’t expect the first Batman VR title, Batman: Arkham VR, to be the same length as the core Arkham series. Dax Ginn, a brand marketing producer for Rocksteady games, has gone on record to say that the core game will take players around an hour to finish, however completing the main portion…