Injustice 2 (AND)
Fighting 11 May 2017
A sequel to the 2013 arcade fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us by NetherRealm Studios, known for the latest Mortal Kombat games. Like in its predecessor, in Injustice 2 you play as the characters from the DC universe, fighting each other in violent duels. The game features minimal plot, in which Batman and his supporters try to rebuild the society, but at the same time have to fight against Superman and his allies. Among the chaos, a new danger appears, threatening to wipe out all of humanity. Mechanics-wise, Injustice 2 is a spectacular Mortal Kombat-like 2.5D fighting game, although it's not as violent. You can play as either a hero or a villain; available characters include Superman, the Flash, Batman, Supergirl, Aquaman, Atrocitus and Gorilla Grodd. The sequel also allows for modifying your chosen character. During the gameplay, you earn new equipment, which can alter not only your character's appearance, but also their abilities.
Marvel Future Fight (AND)
RPG 29 April 2015
Marvel Future Fight is an arcade RPG and a dungeon crawler mix developed by Netmarble. The game begins with Nick Fury, the director of S.H.I.E.L.D, sending the Marvel heroes a message from the future to warn them about the impending global cataclysm, caused by the collision of multiple alternative realities. Our job is to gather a party and stop the apocalypse. Marvel Future Fight offers a couple hundred missions where we have to fight hordes of enemies. We can play as superheroes (like Iron Man, Spider-Man or Hulk) or supervillains. Each of the available characters has its own unique skills and abilities, which we can level up during our adventures. Additionally, the game offers a multiplayer mode where we can face teams created by other players. Considering the game's plot, a battle between two versions of the same hero is well in the realm of possibility.
Batman: The Telltale Series (AND)
Adventure 13 September 2016
Another episodic adventure game developed by the experienced American studio Telltale Games, who had produced many highly acclaimed video games based on famous films, books, and comic books, such as Back to the Future, The Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones. Batman: A Telltale Game Series takes you into the grim city of Gotham, however, unlike Rocksteady’s popular action game series, Telltale Games’ production focuses on Bruce Wayne himself, showing his moral dilemmas and the burden imposed on him by the constant fight against corruption and crime. In terms of gameplay the title does not stray far from the studio’s previous productions. As always, the key element of gameplay is making tough choices that influence the way the story unfolds – and not just within one chapter but across the entire season.
Batman: The Telltale Series - The Enemy Within (AND)
Adventure December 2017
The second season of Batman: The Telltale Series, which debuted in 2016. In this adventure game by Telltale Games (the developers of such titles as The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series and The Wolf Among Us: A Telltale Games Series) the player follows the darker and darker story of Bruce Wayne and his superhero alter-ego. This time Batman has to challenge both Joker and Riddler as well as a merciless federal agent who has just came to the city of Gotham. The story is split into five episodes, the first one of which launched in August 2017. In the game you get to explore small locations, talk to characters met there, play through QTE sequences and, of course, make difficult moral decisions that determine how the story unfolds. Batman: The Telltale Series - The Enemy Within features actors that made the appearance in the first game. Batman is starred by Troy Baker, while his arch-nemesis Joker by Anthony Ingruber.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (AND)
Action 17 April 2014
An action adventure sequel to a 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man. Developed by Beenox Inc, a Canadian studio also responsible for such games featuring the Marvel’s superhorse as Spider-Man 3: The Game, Spider-Man: Edge of Time and Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. The story in this game loosely translates the adventures from the movie directed by Marc Webb into a video game setting. Players, who assume the role of the titular Spider-Man, have to find the assassin who murdered Peter Parker’s uncle - Ben. During the game, one has to face numerous comic-book villains, including Electro, Kingpin, Black Cat, Green Goblin, and more. The sandbox gameplay mechanics give players the freedom to explore the virtual version of Manhattan while completing assigned tasks.
Disney Infinity 3.0 (AND)
Arcade 28 August 2015
The third installment in a popular action-adventure game series for kids, set in an expansive universe of films and cartoons of The Walt Disney Company. As many as five game developers worked on this title: Avalanche Software, Ninja Theory, Sumo Digital, Studio Gobo, and United Front Games. In accordance with the tradition of the series, Disney Infinity 3.0 lets you synchronize collectible figurines with the game in order to unlock virtual characters. Upon doing so, you take part in various adventures in one of many Disney worlds. The third installment in the series introduces 5 new worlds coming from Star Wars, Marvel universe, and the animated picture Inside Out. Of course, there are also new heroes and an improved version of Toy Box with new multiplayer modes. Disney Infinity 3.0 retains the cartoonish artwork characteristic for the series. The game supports all figurines and power discs from previous editions.
Marvel Avengers Academy (AND)
Strategy 04 February 2016
A mobile economic strategy game, created by TinyCo studio, in which we manage a school for superheroes from the Marvel universe. Our task in Marvel Avengers Academy is to educate a new generation of heroes, so even though we meet well-known characters like Loki, Hulk, Black Widow, Iron Man or Captain America, they all are much younger, less experienced, and burdened with all the typical problem of a teenager. We have to manage the eponymous school, create timetables, and organize various activities and events for our pupils. Breaks between classes can be filled by sending our superheroes on missions to test their progress. Another important thing is taking care of the emotional development of characters, who are looking for love, form groups of friends, and face the problems of puberty.
Steven Universe: Attack the Light! (AND)
RPG 31 March 2015
Steven Universe: Attack the Light! is a premium mobile RPG. The game is based on Steven Universe, a cartoon TV series from Cartoon Network. Just like its precursor, the game tell the story of a boy named Steven who is the weakest and the only male member of the superhero group Crystal Gems. In the game Steven, along with his friends, has to capture seven warriors of light whom he earlier released by accident. In terms of gameplay, Steven Universe: Attack the Light! is a dungeon crawler. During our adventures, we lead a team of heroes and explore labyrinths, search for treasures, avoid traps, level up our characters, and face hordes of enemies. Combat is turn-based. Each character has their own unique combat style and set of special abilities. We have to rely on them if we want to be victorious. As we strike, we can draw indicated gestures on our device's screen to make our attacks more powerful.
DC Legends (AND)
RPG 03 November 2016
A battle RPG developed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The game takes place in the DC Comics universe, the fate of which is endangered – Nekron, one of the strongest villains in the whole universe, is threatening the world. DC Legends offers real-time battles. What’s interesting, during the fights the player doesn’t have full control of the team, he can only select targets for their attacks and activate special abilities. During the game the player is collecting various characters – among them heroes like Batman and Superman as well as their deadly enemies, including Joker and Lex Luthor. In face of a global threat, the heroes and villains have decided to join forces – each of them has unique traits and abilities that are developed as the player progresses through the game. In addition to the single player story campaign, the game offers multiplayer modes.
Stan Lee's Hero Command (AND)
Action 19 May 2015
A mobile superhero battle game, created by F84 Games and legendary comic book artist Stan Lee. The game is set in a fictional universe, which is attacked by aliens. They don't know, however, that the planet is inhabited by real superheroes drawn by Stan Lee. Interestingly, the artist has much more to do there, as he appears in the game as the leader of an organization called Hero Command, which sends out heroes to do various missions. During the game, you play as the superpowered characters and fight the enemies. Apart from participating in dynamic battles, you also have to complete various main quests and sidequests, including e.g. fighting challenging boss enemies. The game features attractive 3D visuals and an intuitive controls system.