News Xbox Turned Down The Chance To Make Exclusive Marvel Games In 2014
What could have been
Back in 2014, Marvel's video game department was shopping around for potential developers to properly capitalize on its IP, following a disappointing period with Activision. Xbox was one of those options, but the company turned down the chance, according to excerpts from a newly published book. 'The Ultimate History of Video...
Video 18 Minutes Of The Spider-Man 4 Xbox Game We Sadly Never Got
Using elements from the Prototype series
If you're a Spider-Man fan, you're probably aware of the fabled fourth movie in the Sam Raimi franchise that never came to be. Much like its predecessors, a game was intended to tie in with its release, but since the film never came to fruition, it never saw the light of day. However, just over 18 minutes of...
Soapbox Help, I'm On A Nostalgic Trip Through The Multiverse Of Spider-Man Xbox Games
Web-slinging through history
This week has been a nostalgic week for Spider-Man fans. The release of the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer - which re-introduced some classic villains via the multiverse - instantly became the most-watched trailer within a 24 hour period, beating the likes of Avengers: Endgame. It's an incredible achievement, and unless...
News Upset About PlayStation Exclusive Content? Prepare For More, Says Industry Insider
"The next year will be a marathon of getting upset"
Yesterday, Sony confirmed that various content in the upcoming Marvel's Avengers - including the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man - would be PlayStation exclusive, making some Xbox fans as green (and angry) as the Hulk
Review The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Xbox One)
Great power. Great disposability.
With another blockbuster film comes another video game tie-in — but is that always a bad thing? With games like Spider-Man 2, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and even Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay we'd have to say that expecting a lazy cash grab shouldn't always be a go-to reaction. Look back at 2012's...
Interview Beenox Spins a Web of Details About The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Building on the foundation of its predecessor
Canadian developer Beenox is no stranger when it comes to Spider-Man. To web-rush you up to speed, they're responsible for three games starring the friendly-neighborhood superhero, with another just days away from launch. That's right, next week The Amazing Spider-Man 2 swings onto the Xbox 360, just in...