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Activision's Comic-Con lineup includes Hit Monkey game!


3:30 PM on 07.11.2012
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Hit Monkey! You know, the one-off assassin that appeared during a story arch in the Deadpool comics? Yes, it's horribly dumb and I love it. High Moon Studios, developer of the Transformer games, is behind the project and it will officially be announced at the Marvel Video Games Panel this Saturday at 1:45PM. The news got leaked a little early thanks to the teaser site (which has since been taken down.)

Speaking of Transformers, Activision will have both Transformers: Fall of Cybertron and Transformers Prime to show off at San Diego Comic-Con this week, as well as 007: Legends and The Walking Dead. Destructoid will be at Comic-Con all this week bringing you coverage on all these game.






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