The Avengers came out in theaters earlier this month, and if you haven't heard, it's pretty great. Ubisoft is still working on the movie tie-in game, though, which they premiered at their press conference today. Titled Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth, the trailer showed no gameplay footage, but it did confirm that we'd be seeing more than just the characters used in the film.
Though licensing prevents Spider-Man and the X-Men from showing up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the trailer shows Wolverine, Spider-Man, Magneto, and Venom all fighting each other. We won't know for sure until we see some actual in-game footage, but at least this trailer looks nice!
Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth is releasing for Xbox 360 and Wii U.
|7:00 PM on 08.16.2012|
Preview: Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth
I've been watching Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth with a fair bit of curiosity. When announced as a Kinect title that would not be a tie-in to the recently released film, I put myself in media blackout mode in anticipation...more
|6:00 PM on 05.10.2012|
Ubisoft and Marvel team up on Avengers: Battle for Earth
The Avengers are going to get still more gaming love as Ubisoft Quebec is currently developing Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth for Xbox 360 and Wii U. The title will be a motion-controlled affair and is said to feature...more
|3:25 PM on 05.21.2013|
The Xbox One will NOT function without the Kinect
We already know that the Xbox One comes bundled with the Kinect, which already has people typing frowny emoticons across social media, but IGN is now reporting that without the Kinect, there is no Xbox One. "Kinect does ...more
|11:30 PM on 05.06.2013|
Man who lost life savings gets money back and a Kinect
Reveling in the misfortune of others isn't something I try to frequently do, but the larger-than-life story about a New Hampshire man who burned through his life savings at a carnival in an attempt to win a Kinect was simply...more
|10:30 PM on 05.01.2013|
Some guy lost his life savings for a Kinect at a carnival
A man attempting to win a Kinect at a carnival has reportedly lost his life savings of $2,600 on "Tubs of Fun." Henry Gribbohm of New Hampshire claims that, during a practice run, the game was easy, but once he played for rea...more