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SDCC: See Super Hero Squad Online in action

10:00 PM on 07.22.2010

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)


The upcoming Super Hero Squad Online MMO might be seemingly be aimed a younger age bracket, but I can't not be interested in it. I want to pinch all of the super hero's and villains' fat little cheeks!

Amazing Society, the game's developer, has released a few videos to bump up the hype for the game surrounding this week's Comic-Con, and here they are. For you. The first (as seen above) has Jay Minn, one of the game's developers, giving a quick walkthrough of the title and its various locations. The second (after the jump) is called "Lifestyles of the Huge and Heroic," and will give you a good idea of how players will be able to create their own custom hideout.

Super Hero Squad Online is playable this week at Comic-Con, so if you're heading over and willing to wait in the lines, check it out. Amazing Society will also be holding a panel, "Super Hero Squad Online: How We Built the First All Ages Marvel MMO," this Sunday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am in Room7AB. Go pester them with your questions; they'll love it!




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