Fans got an eyeful of Surtur the fire giant and Ulik the rock troll in the initial Thor: God of Thunder videogame trailer, but giant monsters from some of the other of the Nine Realms weren't quite as well represented. Following a visit to the game's developer Liquid, however, Marvel.com has posted new screen captures depicting a crazy monster with a tank on i
Premiering on tonight's VGAs, the new Thor: God of Thunder videogame trailer looks pretty dadburn promising. Sure, Sega's got a pretty mixed track record when it comes to adapting Marvel's live action superhero films, but there's plenty of time for skepticism as the title's May 3 release date (Thor itself is out May 6) thunders forward. For now, let's all just sit back
Earlier this week Sega got fans stoked with a flurry of impressive-looking screen captures and concept art from its newly-announced "Captain America: Super Soldier" videogame tie-in to Chris Evans' 2011 "Captain America: The First Avenger" film. Now the game publisher is topping its initial aesthetic debut with a brand new trailer showing off Steve Rogers' combat skill
2011 is shaping up to be a pretty big year for Marvel's God of Thunder: Not only will he be hitting the big screen in a film directed by Kenneth Branagh, but Sega announced today that they're going to be publishing "Thor" games across every major platform!
There are no screenshots yet -- which is why I had to make my own, seen above -- but from the information they've put out, it sounds like it could be pretty awesome. According to the press release, t
Voice acting and video games go together like peanut butter and jelly these days. That's not necessarily a reflection on the quality of the combination - some people love the sandwich, others hate it - but no matter your feelings on the subject, most of the games currently hitting stores feature voice acting