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Submitted by gumdealer 933d ago | opinion piece

5 Of the Most Amazing, Spectacular, Bombastic Comic Book Games Ever Made

There have been a lot of comic book based video games, but what makes these five so (INSERT COMIC BOOK ADJECTIVE HERE). (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Freedom Force, Freedom Force vs The 3rd Reich, GameCube, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, PC, PS2, PS3, The Punisher, The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Episode 1 "All That Remains", Xbox, Xbox 360)

ironfist92  +   933d ago
The Darkness?
aDDicteD  +   933d ago
arkham city should be at first
TheSuperior  +   933d ago
I love comic books, I am a huge fan of the Darkness game and know it was made after a comic and yet i have never read the comic. i think i am going to go get one today just because i am now thinking about how disgraceful it is of me to love a game based after a comic and never read the comic x)
CanadianTurtle  +   933d ago
What a horrendous list....

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