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The blockbuster series of Tom Clancy video games comes to comics as Nathan Edmondson and Marc Laming do black ops for "Splinter Cell."
"South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker discussed the process behind "South Park: The Stick of Truth" video game in anticipation of its long-awaited release this holiday season.
"Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins," "Deadpool," and "Avengers: Battle For Earth" were just a few of the new titles discussed at Marvel's video game panel at Comic-Con International.
CBR went "hands-on" with Ubisoft's upcoming controller-free "Avengers: Battle For Earth" game for the Xbox Kinect, featuring Earth's Mightiest Heroes in battle with Loki, Magneto and the Skrull empire.
Marvel has released a new trailer and screenshots for its upcoming motion control video game "Avengers: Battle For Earth," revealing new characters and teasing gameplay.
Ubisoft has confirmed development of "Avengers: Battle for Earth," though the motion-control based game will be based on the comics' "Secret Invasion" storyline rather than the hit movie's continuity.
A recent domain name registration points towards Marvel Studios teaming with game developer Ubisoft on a project titled "Avengers: Battle For Earth."
The Kinect-enabled "Power-Up Heroes" allows gamers to use their own super powers. CBR looks at the new Ubisoft title and finds plenty for super hero fans to enjoy.
CBR News spoke with famed cover artist and "Losers" co-creator Jock about "Driver: The Pursuit of Nothingness," a Wildstorm one-shot tying in with the upcoming Ubisoft game, and for an update on the "Judge Dredd" film.
Creator Bryan Lee O'Malley spoke with CBR and spilled some early details on the side-scrolling Ubisoft action game spinning out of his Scott Pilgrim comic series and upcoming Universal feature film
With the all-new "Prince of Persia" game in stores now, CBR News sits down with producer Ben Mattes to discuss the game's unique visual style and innovative combat system. Mattes even offers players some tips!
Ubisoft has confirmed it is no longer producing a video game based on the television series "Heroes," saying the rights have reverted back to NBC. The news follows a number of setbacks for the show, now in its third season.