Marvel's Avengers Is Crystal Dynamics' Largest Game in History

The Square Enix studio on its transformation beyond Tomb Raider.

Crystal Dynamics has developed some pretty big products over its 25-year history. As the custodian of the Tomb Raider series, the firm has rebooted the franchise twice, and its last two games -- the award-winning Tomb Raider and Rise of the Tomb Raider -- have sold in excess of 18 million copies worldwide.

The next game, however, is on an even grander scale. You couldn't escape Marvel's The Avengers at E3. The logo was plastered across the Los Angeles Convention Centre, and it was the grand finale to Square Enix's press conference.

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slavish0940d ago

sad all my hype died at e3 for this game

Cmv38940d ago

As long as its fun... hopefully that's their goal. There's a reason we love the marvel movies and the spiderman game. Fun.

FalconofLucis98940d ago

Dont think this was the right company for the job.

mafiahajeri940d ago (Edited 940d ago )

"With great power comes great responsibility" CD ain't no Peter Parker lol whoever made this decision is an idiot, the TR games are 7/8 outta 10 games if they can't handle their own IP with no MP experience then there's a cold chance in hell this will be good.

Expect this to go mobile somehow to salvage it. Microtransactions up the ass.

The trailer had no character after watchin end game they all look like dweebs.