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  • Rumour Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite's Roster Readies Up

    Who's made the cut?

    Injustice 2 may be the king of the comic book brawler right now, but Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite will attempt to steal the crown from NetherRealm Studios later this year. And in-the-know NeoGAF user Ryce – who famously leaked the game in the first-place – has posted up the title’s 28 strong character roster to the message...

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  • News Marvel: We Want Spider-Man PS4 to Be Game of the Year

    Great power, great responsibility

    It's worth reiterating that Marvel's approach to games is changing. Gone are the days where it would farm its licenses out to the highest bidder and demand regular movie tie-ins; it's taken a long, hard look at the Batman: Arkham titles and decided to do something different. And that all starts with Spider-Man, the...

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    Review LEGO Marvel's Avengers

    The toy with the Thor in its side

    Traveller's Tales has decided to return to the LEGO Marvel dimension for another outing with its popular superheroes – only this time it's focusing entirely on The Avengers. Taking the storylines and scripts straight from the movies The Avengers and The Avengers: Age of Ultron – and including smaller sections of...

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  • News Telltale Games Is Teaming Up with Marvel in 2017

    Our Spider sense is tingling

    Telltale Games appears to have hit the jackpot yet again, as it's announced that it's teaming up with Marvel as part of a new title set to release in 2017. There's no word just yet on which characters will star in this no doubt narrative-driven adventure, but you can bet your bottom dollar on the likes of Spider-Man,...

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  • News SEGA's Marvel Movie Tie-Ins Save The World In 3D

    Y'know, you can't really say that there's a "lack" of stereoscopic 3D content out there anymore

    It was a common criticism last year, but seriously, it seems like virtually every game supports the additional dimension these days. Take SEGA's Marvel tie-in games for Captain America and Thor. You'd assume that both games would just be cheap cash-ins, right? Well they probably are, but still, they're..

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