Entries in 'marvel' (38)
‘Several’ hundred jobs are said to be at risk at Disney Interactive.
UPDATE: Marvel games will continue to be made available at retail stores, Activision says. Games like Deadpool can still be purchased on the High Street, but is no-longer available from ...
Disney Interactive has reportedly partnered with Korean developer Smilegate for a Marvel-themed multiplayer online battle arena game.
Marvel’s Deadpool will at last star in his own video game, Activision has announced—via Deadpool of course.
The developer behind Activision’s War for Cybertron and the upcoming Fall of Cybertron seems to be on the cusp of revealing a new Marvel-based property.
Disney’s Club Penguin has been invaded by Marvel Super Heroes.
The new Marvel film is taking the box office by storm, and Ubisoft is giving gamers the chance to wield their favourite heroes' superpowers.
Marvel has confirmed that Captain America will be the last of its licenses to be published by Sega.
With the hugely anticipated The Avengers almost here, Disney has released Marvel: Avengers Alliance for Facebook today.
New figure sets revealed by LEGO at this year's Toy Fair could offer the first glimpse at the next video games based on the popular toy brand.
In MCV’s latest rundown of the industry’s hottest vacancies and latest personnel news, THQ is seeking an analyst and Gem has hired a new PR and marketing manager.
Developer Beenox is now responsible for Activision’s future Spider-Man games following the release of last year's Shattered Dimensions.
Publisher Sega has lifted the lid on its official game based on one of next summer’s biggest Hollywood releases Captain America: Super Soldier.
One of the most recognisable and respected writers in global games journalism has confirmed that is to leave the industry as of today.
Sega has announced it will be releasing the official video game of the upcoming Marvel film, Thor.
The success of Street Fighter IV has proved that 2D (or 2.5D) fighters very much have a place in the modern marketplace, so claims that Capcom is to revive its ...
Disney Interactive Studios will cut down on the number of PS3 and Xbox 360 games it invests in, as the group shifts its focus to embrace more casual platforms.
Despite Disney trimming investment in high-end console projects, the firm’s CEO recognises that its newly-owned Marvel empire is well-suited to the Xbox 360 and PS3 audiences.
Originally revealed back in August 2009, The Walt Disney Company has completed its acquisition of Marvel Entertainment.
Having first been name-dropped by Marvel over two years ago, the dedicated video games for comic favourites Captain America and Thor will finally make it to market in 2011.
Future Marvel video games may be produced in-house at Disney, the firm revealed during an investors conference call.
Two giants of entertainment are set to merge following Disney's move today to buy Marvel Entertainment for $4bn.