Comic Book Resources looks at the seven worst Superman games in existence, and wonders just what made them so bad to begin with.
Super Man 64 :P
That's a given. xD
a even smaller list would be the best superman games........well get back to ya
i still own that garbage
What a shame. He has super strength, the ability to fly, laser eyes.....and yet his games suck and his movies and so slow and lacking in action.
Its because its a terrible concept and hard to work into a story for nearly everything. Super human that can't die? How do you twist that into a game where the point is to avoid dying? There is literally no genre that could allow a superman game.
"Super human that can't die? How do you twist that into a game where the point is to avoid dying? There is literally no genre that could allow a superman game" He has been "killed" before. If he can be knocked "dead" unconscious for a week or whatever it was, there can be stories around destruction happening while he has a case of "death" And there's always kryptonite as a device to put more danger in his path, too.
the only good superman game was that arcade one from back in the day. http://www.youtube.com/watc... i wish they would put this on psn/xbl.
All Superman games are bad...your argument is invalid!
if you make a list of best superman games, superman 64 will be on it
The only one that I think was a decent superman game was the superman arcade game. So I read the article and they included that game as a bad game yet they said that nothing was wrong with it except the second player version of superman. How can they say that the superman arcade game was a bad game based on the look of the second player version of superman? I agree with them on all of the superman games that they mentioned except the superman arcade game, wow what unreal nitpicking on their part concerning the superman arcade game.
they all suck
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