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Submitted by kaminaribibi 881d ago | opinion piece

Top 5 Superheroes Who Deserve Good Video Games

Though comics themselves are still a niche market, superheroes have exploded in popularity thanks to television shows, movies, and, of course, video games. Batman’s Arkham Asylum and Arkham City are great examples of not only superhero games, but also video games in general. When playing, you almost feel like Batman. There are, however, thousands of heroes out there, many of whom deserve their own games. (Culture, Industry)

NYC_Gamer  +   881d ago
What about Spawn?
ironblitz  +   881d ago
he mentions Haunt who is a lot like Spawn (they even share a creator) but I agree a good Spawn game is long overdue
black911  +   881d ago
Disagreed by mistake on my ipod touch. Look at my bottom comment I want spawn to and cliffy b to make it. EPic!
abzdine  +   881d ago
x-men: Origins is a very good game it surprised me in a good way.
Simon_Brezhnev  +   881d ago
As much as i want a black panther game he will never get one.
optimus  +   881d ago
Rocksteady should just get a DC contract and make several videogames on dc characters. I'm sure they can do superman right...the article list characters that are only known to comic geeks (minus green arrow) so they probably wouldn't sell well as stand alone games... They should be introduced and given a supporting role within another game that would sell.
black911  +   881d ago
Spawn
&
Green Lantern

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