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Submitted by MattS 479d ago | opinion piece

The ten best 'comic book' games of all time

Digitally Downloaded writes: "Comic books haven't exactly had the best time of it when it comes to the world of video games have they? It wasn't all that long ago that even mentioning that a game was licensed from a comic book (or a movie for that matter) would draw exasperated looks.

If you take a look back in time though, there are some truly great titles that have drawn (ahem) from comics and stood out in a landscape that's littered with trash of the highest order (alas, poor Superman 64...). And then there's the recent wave of games that have taken comic licenses and ran with them- producing some of the best games (period) in the last few years." (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Culture, Marvel Vs Capcom 2, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe, The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, X-Men Legends)

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