Fresh from constructing Mega Man toys using Kenner's classic 3.75" tall Star Wars figures, action figure customizer Dan Polydoris is back on the scene with a line honoring the Activision games of the Atari Era using classic G.I. Joe figures. That's right, Polydoris has fashioned the protagonists from Pressure Cooker, Keystone Kapers, Pitfall!, H.E.R.O. and Frostbite into toys from Real American Heroes.
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A new launch trailer from Activision and Red Fly Studios offers up a pretty good idea of the fully realized gameplay -- Arkham Asylum-style fighting with four player co-op, lots of weapon-based moves, and one really giant, two-headed mouser. Since it's not a direct tie-in to Nickelodeon's current CG series (or IDW's ongoing comic, for that matter), it bears a distinct visual style to boot. Check it out after the jump.
With the mobile Teenage Mutant NInja Turtles: Rooftop Run game currently available and the current gen console Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows set to drop at the end of August, fans have some solid options when it comes to Green Machine gaming. Come October 25, though, Activision will provided one more outlet for conquering foes like Shredder and The Kraang with a beat 'em up simply titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for Xbox 360, the Wii (not the Wii U) and Nintendo 3DS.
Deadpool is one of the few characters who seems to fit perfectly in the world of video games. He's a dude who literally does nothing but kill people and make wisecracks, specializes in both melee and ranged attacks, and even has that nifty short-range teleporter that can be used for dodging attacks or platforming. It's a no-brainer, and I'm kind of surprised that it's taken this long for it to actually happen. That said, even with all that he's got going for him, Deadpool as a character brings a pretty unique challenge to the table when it comes to trying to translate him to a game, and it all comes down to tone.
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The Deadpool video game is set to arrive on June 25 from Activision and High Moon Studios, bringing not only the Merc With a Mouth to current generation consoles, but also an increasingly expansive cast of Marvel regulars - especially X-Men stars. Fans have already gotten a decent look at the game's version of Cable, Domino and Death, and now a few ne
Wade Wilson's tradition of self-narration and slightly NSFW sass continues in the latest trailer for Activision and High Moon Studios' same-titled Deadpool video game. Following previous fourth-wall shattering videos and stills, the newest trailer sees the Merc With A Mouth confess to blowing th
After some years without a proper original video game (even if there were about half a dozen released in 2009), Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo are headed to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC and Steam this summer in Activision and Red Fly Studios' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.
A firm release date hasn't be