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This week, our artists drew your suggestions for team-ups and mash-ups of comic characters with video game characters. Grand Theft Auto: Gotham City, Pac-Man chasing Deadman, Spectre and Casper and more!
The Incredible Hulk and the Avengers are the focus of a teaser image announcing the promise of a "massive" mobile gaming experience from Marvel.
The creators behind the acclaimed YA graphic novel "Level Up," Gene Yang and Thien Pham pit video games against medical school, discuss the secrets of Pac-Man and debate their own comics collaboration as well as Tiger Mother parenting.
Microsoft's next-gen console processor is rumored to have six times the power of the Xbox 360 according to sources close to the project.
From web-slinging with Spider-Man and returning to the Darkness to all-out war on Cybertron and running wild in the streets of Gotham City, CBR presents our guide to 2012's slate of comic book video games.
Marvel has announced that a video game will arrive alongside "The Avengers" film, but who's working on it? CBR has some ideas for who we'd like to see bring Earth's Mightiest Heroes to consoles.
CBR News went hands on with "Gotham City Imposters" latest gameplay mode and spoke with associate producer Lucas Myers to get the skinny on Monolith's Batman-inspired first person shooter.
"Gears of War" and "Sonic the Hedgehog" have their own comic books… so why shouldn’t these guys? CBR takes a look at the hottest games out and chooses those ripe for comics.
Freddy Krueger joins the warriors gathered to do battle in Warner Bros. Interactive's "Mortal Kombat," and the publisher has released a video vignette explaining how the movie monster joined the game's ranks.
The Man of Steel has fallen hard many times in pixelated form. Here we examine his mistakes with an in-depth look at the seven worst Superman games of all time.
California’s attempt to put a law into place banning the sale of violent video games to minors has been deemed unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, and CBR News has the details.
After appraising the best, CBR presents the Ten Worst Comic Book Video Games of all time, featuring stinkers like "Catwoman," "Marvel Nemesis," "Fantastic Four" and more!
Having spent innumerable hours whittling away at the list, CBR presents our Top Ten Comic Book Video Games of all time, featuring "Marvel Vs. Capcom 2," "Spider-Man 2," "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and more!
With so many comic book-based video games over the years, it's hard to pick the best -- so CBR has done it for you with our list of the 10 most replayable comic games of all time!
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.
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.
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.
CBR takes a look at the year that was and names our picks for the top video game releases of 2010, from new franchises to well received sequels and special attention for the best video game with comic book ties.
SEGA will team with Marvel Entertainment to bring the adventures of "Captain America: The First Avenger" to video game consoles. The game, set for an early 2011 release, will feature an original story by Christos Gage.
Capcom and Marvel Entertainment have released a teaser trailer and character designs for their upcoming "Marvel VS Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" video game for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Twisted Pixel established themselves as a company to watch with "The Maw" and "Splosion Man." We spoke with Lead Engineer Mike Henry about Twisted Pixel’s next project, "Comic Jumper."
CBR News recently got their hands on Capcom's latest installment of their long-lived and much beloved arcade style fighting franchise, the online-friendly "Super Street Fighter IV." Violence ensued.
The CBR Games Roundup is back again to usher in a new month of video game releases. This month's offerings include "Final Fantasy XIII," "Battlefield: Bad Company 2," a pair of MLB games and "God of War III."
With multiple developers offering different gaming experiences for the "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" storyline, you might not know which you'd prefer. CBR News has a rundown of the choices that lay in your future.