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SEGA has debuted a new "prologue trailer" for "Captain America: Super Soldier," the July 19 releasing video game based on the upcoming Cap movie starring Chris Evans and Hugo Weaving.
With the release of "Batman: Arkham City" fast approaching, CBR takes a look at the history of the Dark Knight in video games and presents our picks for the best to feature Gotham City's defender.
Sony Online Entertainment hosted a roundtable interview with "DC Universe Online" game directors to discuss the next content update, "Ra's Al Ghul's Revenge," and the Swamp Thing spring event. UPDATED with new screenshots.
With a "Thor" game on the shelves now and "Captain America" and "Green Lantern" making the leap form movies to consoles, we look back at "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," an example of movie gaming done right.
Marvel's Chris Baker and Zen Studios Mel Kirk spoke with CBR News about the process involved in developing a Fantastic Four pinball table and why fans of the characters should love the results.
Warner Bros. Interactive has released a new trailer for the Nintendo 3DS version of "Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters" along with new renders of Hal Jordan, Sinestro and Kilowog.
Activision and Marvel Entertainment have revealed Grant Alexander, a new mutant set to debut in this Fall's "X-Men: Destiny" video game scripted by "X-Men Legacy" writer Mike Carey.
"Green Lantern" invades movie theaters on June 17, but the DC Comics hero also stars in his first video game this summer. CBR News has first impressions from the "Rise of the Manhunters" video game.
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced a downloadable first person shooter game, "Gotham City Imposters," based on the Batman universe and set for launch later this year.
The webslinger's starred in numerous games over the years, but which is his greatest? With "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" arriving later this year, CBR dug down to choose Spidey's Top 10 video games!
It is a busy month for gaming and that means plenty of options for gamers. Whether first-person shooters, role-playing games or a tie-in to "Thor," May has something to tickle every fancy.
2K Games has released box art, new screen shots and a teaser trailer for their anticipated sequel to the popular 2007 title. "The Darkness II," based on the Top Cow series, hits stores on October 4.
CBR's Report from Thursday's event on Marvel and Gazillion Entertainment's in development MMO game reveals news of a script by Brian Bendis, playable characters from the Marvel U and its status as a free-to-play game.
Outside of the anticipated release of "Mortal Kombat," April has a bit of a shooter bent to it, with the action heating up as we head into the warmer days of Spring thanks to "SOCOM4," "Conduit 2" and more.
Everyone's favorite webslinger returns to video games this fall, and the crew working on his adventure, including writer Peter David and the 'voice' of Peter Parker, Josh Keaton, converged on WonderCon to talk details.
Warner Bros. has released new screenshots from their upcoming "Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters" video game set in the movie's continuity and featuring the voice of Ryan Reynolds in the role of Hal Jordan.
The Amazing Spider-Man and Spiderman 2099 collide in a Peter David-penned story for the Beenox-developed, Activision-published "Spider-Man: Edge of Time".
Activision and Marvel have announced "Spider-Man: Edge of Time," a new Peter David-scripted game in which players will take on the persona of Peter Parker's alter ego and his 2099 counterpart.
You don't tug on Superman's cape, you don't spit into the wind and according to writer Christos Gage, when making a video game about an iconic Marvel character, you "do not take liberties with Captain America!"
SEGA has released new screenshots for their "Thor: God of Thunder" and "Captain America: The First Avenger" movie tie-in games while Activision has released new shots and character info for "X-Men Destiny."
CBR News previewed SEGA's upcoming "Thor" and "Captain America" movie tie-in games and spoke with the developers about their goals in adapting Marvel's cinematic universe to the gaming screen.
Warner Bros and DC Entertainment have released a trailer featuring the first look at gameplay footage from "Batman: Arkham City." The Rocksteady Studios game is slated for release on October 18, 2011.
Warner Bros. Interactive and DC Entertainment have announced their highly anticipated video game, "Batman: Arkham City," developed by Rocksteady Games, will hit stores October 18.
Crank down the thermostat in the house because March has a hot line-up of video-games that will warm gaming hearts everywhere including "Dragon Age 2," "Homefront," "MLB 11 The Show" and more.
The long-awaited sequel unleashes mayhem on the masses as old-school side-scrolling battles give way to deep combat in "Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds," providing players a vibrant, graphical delight.
Telltale Games has announced video games based on Robert Kirkman's "Walking Dead," Bill Willingham's "Fables," and more. CBR spoke with some of the minds behind the digital-first games publisher for more details.
One month in and an army of characters later, CBR News spoke with Jim Lee about "DC Universe Online's" PC and PS3 launch, fan reaction, February's new content and how it all expands the DC brand.
SEGA has announced Chris Evans will reprise his role as Steve Rogers, voicing Captain America for the "Captain America: Super Soldier" movie tie-in video game while releasing four new screenshots from the game.
Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Games have released four new screenshots from the heavily anticipated "Batman: Arkham City" featuring Batman, Harley Quinn and the Joker in all his demented glory.
Continuing the story launched in the 2007 hit video game, Top Cow Entertainment is again partnering with 2K Games for the Paul Jenkins penned "The Darkness II" set to debut this fall.
Capcom has released video and screengrabs of the final boss in "Marvel VS. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" revealing the uber-villain to be none other than the devourer of worlds: Galactus!
Last week, fans and media converged on Los Angeles for an advance look at and chance to play "Marvel VS. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds," a video game a decade in the making.
Video game and comic book aficionados should get set for some fast-paced combat -- the long-awaited, heavily anticipated "Marvel Vs. Capcom 3" is on the way to consoles in February!
Rocksteady Studios and DC Entertainment have released new screenshots from the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City" video game scheduled to hit consoles and PCs in Fall 2011.
The potential was there for "DC Universe Online" to claim the title of the definitive super hero MMO, but the game has problems and that leaves the door open for any number of challengers to claim the crown.
Capcom and Marvel Entertainment have revealed two new playable characters joining the fray in the heavily anticipated "Marvel vs. Capcom 3" -- Sentinel and Hsien-ko!
Iconic characters, 3-D animated characters, bumpers and silver balls all mean another ZEN Studios game, this time based on the Marvel U. CBR talks to ZEN's Mel Kirk about their latest effort.
Some big titles will be hitting store shelves at the start of the new year, and it all begins with DC Comics' massively multiplayer adventure running through the streets of Metropolis, Gotham and beyond.
Marvel has filed a trademark claim for the term "Secret Wars" in relation to video games and beyond, but what does this mean for gaming comic fans? ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose takes a look and breaks down the possibilities.
Sony Online Entertainment and DC Entertainment have announced January 11, 2011 as the official release date for the delayed and heavily anticipated "DC Universe Online" video game.