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The Amazing Spider Man 2 Video Game Trailer
Deadpool The Game ~ Concept Art
Lego Marvel Super Heroes adds Stan Lee, Howard the Duck, Squirrel Girl and more
The confirmed playable cast of Lego Marvel Super Heroes grew substantially at Comic-Con today, with the announcement of nearly two dozen heroes, villains and real-world Marvel Comics creators.
Confirmed at the “Marvel Video Games” panel today were Dr. Doom, Jean Grey, Elektra, Magneto, Silver Samurai, The Punisher, Beast, Gambit, Storm, Green Goblin, Juggernaut, Rhino, the Thing, Vulture, Sabretooth and Invisible Woman. Marvel also confirmed that Marvel cinematic universe character Agent Coulson will appear in the game, voiced by actor Clark Gregg.
Marvel also announced a pre-order exclusive character, Iron Patriot, and confirmed that Deadpool will be playable in the game in a level that will feature Marvel chief creative officer Joe Quesada and Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso. Stan “The Man” Lee, publisher emeritus of Marvel, will also be playable in the game. Gameplay footage shown at Comic-Con revealed that Lee will be able to use the powers of other superheroes, swinging from Lego webs like Spider-Man and transforming into a version of the Hulk with a Lego Stan Lee head.
Two more obscure, but fan-favorite characters, Howard the Duck and Squirrel Girl will also join the Lego Marvel Super Heroes lineup. Marvel’s Chris Baker said the newly announced characters still represent “a mere fraction of the characters” that will ultimately be playable in the game.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes will be available for Windows PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS, DS and PlayStation Vita this fall.
- EGM (80/100): “If you’re a fan of Deadpool, you’ll certainly appreciate the experience, but if you’re really unfamiliar with the character (even though I don’t know how that’s possible at this point), you might be a bit wary of having this game be your first experience”
- Game Informer (60/100): “When I finished this game, I walked away unfulfilled. After a weekend away from it, I found myself chuckling over the crazy things Deadpool said and did. His obsession with Wolverine is particularly funny. The memories I took away from the game were worth the time I put in, even if playing it was a chore.”
- Eurogamer (60/100): “Even with this crudely skewed difficulty curve, it’s not hard to romp through the game’s six stages without too much trouble, and once it’s done there’s not much else to do, beyond replaying it all again to max out those upgrade trees or dipping into a selection of one-note challenge stages based on locations you’ve already grown tired of.”
- IGN (60/100): “On the other hand, much of the Deadpool gameplay experience is formulaic and safe…so safe you might think developer High Moon Studios is playing some sort of self-referential “hey, isn’t it ironic how normal this is?” meta-gag on you. But it’s not.”
- VideoGamer (50/100): “Deadpool is a great character wrapped in a standard (and short) action experience.”
Deadpool ~ Gameplay Launch Trailer
I’m makin’ art here; bring that beat back!
Deadpool Launch Trailer
Deadpool ‘SHORYUKEN!’ by Ry-Spirit
Deadpool ~ New Screens
Final Fantasy, Mass Effect, Iron Man & Gambit by boygto
Normally on my blog I like to keep it just about video games, but I guess I will make an exception. Iron Man & Gambit are too good not to be included in this set. Such a fantastic job by the artist. Kudos.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ~ Harry Osborn (Dane Dehaan) & Electro (Jamie Foxx)