The day many gamers have been waiting for since 2011 is finally here as Gazillion's free-to-play Marvel Heroes MMO helmed by David Brevik and written by Brian Michael Bendis launches worldwide. CA's had a chance to play early versions of the game a few times over the past year or so, with both Andy Yen and Chris Simsresponding positively to its beat-em-up qualities and diversity between playable characters, but today the title introduces fans to its opening cinematic, which explores a little more of the game's sprawling plot. The verdict? Uatu the Watcher seems pretty stressed out about what's about to go down.
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Somewhere in the latest three gameplay/Founders Program/preview videos Gazillion has released for its upcoming Marvel Heroes MMO there's clear in-game footage, snippets of voice acting and information about exclusive character skins, including Iron Man XLVII and Symbiote Spider-Man. But all I see is friggin' Giganto, man. Look at that dude. If this game weren't already going to be free-to-play when it lau
It's been nearly four years since Marvel and Gazillion announced their intention to team up for full-on MMO (besides Super Hero Squad Online), and judging from the latest Marvel Heroes developer diary video there's ample reason it's taken so long to take the game to its current closed beta stage: Creating a ch
Now that the free-to-play Marvel Heroes is confirmed to launch on PC this spring, Gazillion has moved on a bit from simply offering free beta keys to fans to unveiling its "Founders Program," which offer those with the cash three content packs that will kickstart adventuring in the new MMO. Ga
I'm not really a fan of MMORPGs. Nothing against the genre and its millions of fans, you understand, but I've checked, and it turns out that very few of them allow you to play as 50 Cent on a quest to recover his jewel-encrusted skull, and that sort of thing is very important to me when it comes time to make my entertainment choices. I am
Gazillion's Marvel Heroes video game had a pretty big presence at last weekend's New York Comic Con and our own Chris Sims clocked some time behind the controls, which he'll be reporting on in detail later this week. In the meantime, though, there's plenty of new gameplay footage and character model sheets for fans