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‘Justice League: Earth’s Final Defense’ Is A Fun Little Brawler On iOS


I'll admit that i was a little suspicious of Justice League: Earth's Final Defense when I went to download it for my iPhone, mostly because the game's official description includes lines like "The Cyborg appears and helps to the JLA members each event...

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Gameloft’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Mobile Game Puts The Dreamcast Version To Shame


When I wrote up Gameloft's Dark Knight Rises mobile game for Android and iOS earlier this week, I compared it to their previous release, The Amazing Spider-Man, and for good reason. The games are very similar, both were released to tie in with a big summer movie, use the same "virtual joystick" control scheme, and the settings are even similar -- you could almost believe that Spider-Man takes place during the day in the same place as TDKRTMG's night...

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Gameloft’s ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Mobile Game Is Like A Pocket-Sized ‘Arkham City’


Not to get all "back in my day" on everyone, but back in my day, if you wanted to play a video game based on an action movie, you had to wait until your local video store got it in stock weeks after it was covered in Nintendo Power, and even then there was a 90 percent chance that it would be unplayably terrible -- lookin' at you here, RoboCop for the NES...

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‘Marvel Heroes’ Hands-On Impressions: Free-To-Play And Super Fun [SDCC]


One of the highlights of San Diego Comic-Con for Marvel gaming fans was the debut of the much-anticipated free-to-play MMO action RPG, Marvel Heroes in playable form. I asked the developer Gazillion's Director of Community, Stephen Reid, why they didn't show the game at E3 and he replied, "Because we wanted it to debut it where the fans are...

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Deadpool Crashes The Marvel Video Games Panel To Announce His Own Game [SDCC]


Deadpool literally stole the show during the latter portion of today's Marvel Video Games panel at San Diego Comic-Con by busting open the back doors of Ballroom 6 and announcing his own Deadpool video game developed by Activision's High Moon Studios coming in 2013 (and not a solo Hit-Monkey game, as an early website launch teased)...

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Rocksteady Reportedly Working On Silver Age ‘Batman: Arkham City’ Followup Featuring The Justice League


Fans waiting on Rocksteady's followup to Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City may want to brace for a timewarp. According to Variety, Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment will once again team with Rocksteady for a Batman game, only this title will rewind to the Silver Age and could include appearances by the Justice League...

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‘The Walking Dead Episode 2: Starved For Help’ Keeps The Good Bad Times Rolling [Review]


Starved For Help, the second episode of Telltale's The Walking Dead video game is finally here, despite a longer-than-expected six week wait in between episodes. I mentioned in my review of Episode 1 that I thought the game was already a stronger experience than the television show and, from the review code Telltale supplied us with to review Episode 2, it feels like the latest installment only serves to bolster that statement...

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‘LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes’ Is LEGO’s ‘World’s Finest’ [Review]


I was a big fan of the original LEGO Batman game, and not just for the obvious reason of being a guy who really likes both LEGO and Batman. It had a very clever setup, in that after you played through a level as Batman and fixed all the stuff that the bad guys had broken, you could then flash back and play through as the villains as they went through messing it all up...

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‘Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition’ Wii U E3 2012 Hands-On Preview [Video]


It's safe to say by now that Batman: Arkham City is widely considered to be one of the best comic book-based video games ever created. The game's been available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC since late 2011, but has yet to appear on a Nintendo console...

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‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Game E3 2012 Hands-On Preview [Video]


Developer Beenox has been releasing Spider-Man video games like clockwork each year since 2010's well-received Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. With this summer's release of The Amazing Spider-Man movie, though, they've been charged with bringing Marc Webb's cinematic reboot into playable video game form with The Amazing Spider-Man video game...

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