Following Sony's double punch of Marvel's Wolverine and Spider-Man 2 last week, some Xbox fans have felt left out of the comic book universe. Since then, there's been a call by members of the community for Xbox to deliver their own superhero franchise to combat PlayStation's fast-growing franchises of their own.
Over the weekend, many tweeted out or even private messaged reporters such as Windows Central's Jez Corden, saying they would love to see Xbox take a stab at the superhero genre.
However, Xbox fans such as Klobrille believe the brand shouldn't go down this path. Instead, they would like to see the company double down on their current trajectory of first-party games.
Everyone will feel differently about the matter. While we would love to see some superhero games, we're just as excited to be treated to many first-party games on the horizon such as Fable and Perfect Dark, along with new IPs in the form of Redfall and Avowed.
It's not as if Xbox is shying away from beloved franchises from the movie world, either. At the beginning of the year, Bethesda announced an Indiana Jones game, and while it's not specifically been confirmed to be an Xbox exclusive, we hold no doubt it'll enter Game Pass and perhaps become the definitive version of the title.
But where do you sit on the topic? Do you think Xbox should enter the realm of superhero games more exhaustively? Or should they continue the path they're following? Let us know in the comments below.