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Marvel Studios put their video game slate in the cross hairs at New York Comic Con to discuss new games for the Avengers and Spider-Man, Deadpool's zany solo adventure, more pinball and more.
Nintendo 3DS owners will soon get fully-realized pinball action with "Marvel Pinball 3D" featuring Iron Man, Blade, Captain America and the Fantastic Four.
CBR News spoke with Marvel's Chris Baker and Zen Studios' Mel Kirk about the new quartet of tables coming to the popular comic book-inspired game, "Marvel Pinball."
Zen Studios' "Marvel Pinball" games will see green in 2012 as the gamma-powered behemoth known as the Hulk smashes his way into the popular cross-platform franchise.
Spider-Man, Batman and other superheroes dominated the nearley-over gaming year as CBR News breaks down the most significant comic book-related games of 2011.
Marvel's video game panel saw developers step on stage to discuss the status of "The Avengers" game, provide a first look at "Amazing Spider-Man" and dance around the possibility of a game-starring turn for Deadpool.
Marvel Games provided an inside look at "X-Men: Destiny," "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" and more, as well as the debut of a long-promised playable character.
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.
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.