With Dr. Arnim Zola set to appear in at least his human form in Captain America: The First Avenger, fans of disgusting evil torso faces everywhere have been squirming to find out whether the HYDRA scientist's robot form would manifest. While h
With Marvel's Thor calling down the lightning in theaters everywhere, it's no surprise that the mandatory video game tie-ins are hitting shelves too. Released by Sega on all major systems -- including the PS3, which could probably use a nice single-player game for fans to enjoy right about now -- the games promise fans the experience of stepping into Thor's boots and bashing frost giants' faces in all across the Nine Worlds.
Fans still have to wait until Friday to see Thor in the US, but gamers can go ahead and get an early taste of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston's voice acting (within the parameters of Matt Fraction's script, no less) now that Sega's multiple versions of Thor: God of Thunder have arrived in stores. Sega's released three new launch
The Xbox 360's Kinect has given motion gamers their share of advanced experiences, but beyond that, it's given crafty hackers a means of digital cosplay. We've seen fans create Superman holograms and their o
While it's cringe-worthy to do so in almost every other instance, Maya Irvine, Emily Schwartzman, Ward Penney and Mark Shuster's Kinect hack makes a blogger want to incorporate "Bam! Pow!" into their headline to describe the team's industrious use of motion gaming technology
Last October, it was announced that PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners could purchase downloadable content for "Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2," affording players with the opportunity to play through the game with Magneto, Black Panther, Carnage, Psylocke and Cable at their disposal
As convenient as digital downloads make buying and storing video games, the format has had the side-effect of sorta emasculating a title's all-important box art. Take the hotly anticipated pixel joint "Scott Pilgrim Vs
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