Top 10 video games with Marvel Comic Superheroes - 2016

The Marvel superheroes are up in the movies, but in the games they have always been famous and loved by the players. Classic games like Marvel Super Heroes, Spider-Man: Maximum Carnage and X-Men: Children of the Atom were launched a few years ago and left fans glued to the controls for a long time. Recall or learn the top 10 games with the heroes of the Marvel comic:

Marvel Super Heroes

Marvel Super Heroes is a fighting video game based on "the Infinite Saga" where the villain Thanos, the power of the Infinity Gems to dominate the universe. Produced by Capcom in the 90s, the game was released in arcades and became huge success. Besides the famous characters, the game had the Gems to be used in fights.

Hulk, Wolverine, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Psylocke, Juggernaut and Magneto, they were some of the selectable characters. With neat and well animated graphics, this was one of the most popular games of the "House of Ideas" of all time.

Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems

The success of the brand Marvel Super Heroes was so great that Capcom also released the game Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems, only for Super Nintendo, also in the 90s here left the scene the game plan of fight against one and entered the 2D platform style with exploitation.

The scenarios were huge, but the mission was the same: collect the Infinity Gems to hit the villain Thanos. Captain America, Hulk, Spider-Man, Iron Man and Wolverine were the only playable characters, but the game had great gameplay and high difficulty in the right spot.

Captain America and The Avengers

Long before the success in theaters, the Avengers were not a group of heroes known. However, who played Captain America and The Avengers knew who they were. Especially the quality of the game, launched in the 90s for several consoles, including NES, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis.

The "best version" was on the console Sega , which offered better animation of the longest characters and stages. The cry "Captain America and the Avengers" was heard in the start menu and has thrilled the player for adventure. In addition to Captain America, Hawkeye, Vision and Iron Man they were playable in the fight against the Red Skull.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance

Marvel Ultimate Alliance was one of the most ambitious games ever released with Marvel heroes. Available since 2006, the title is an action RPG with many exploration and combat. There are dozens of Marvel heroes to choose from in the fight against dozens of other villains.

The game is huge and with many customization options, such as evolution of heroes, secret characters and different possible endings. Ultimate Alliance was the evolution of a similar game, released a few years ago - X-Men Legends, only the X-Men mutants.

Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes

Disney Infinity 2.0 - Marvel Super Heroes is one of the latest games on this list, but it is mentioned to be fun and have innovative concepts such as the use of actual figures within the game. In fact, this was the second game of the Disney Infinity series, which previously featured only characters from Disney itself.

With the purchase of Marvel by Disney, the second game includes the heroes of the movie they did and are very successful in recent years. There are stages based on long and also in classic stories of comic books. The mobile version is free but limited.

Marvel Vs. Capcom

Marvel Vs. Capcom came after the success of X-Men vs. Street Fighter, but won its place in the sun to be an excellent fighting game that created the basis for several other later.

Launched in the 90s for arcades, Marvel Vs. Capcom also got a version for consoles of the time as the PS One, and was re-released a few years ago for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Mega Man, Commando Captain, Spider-Man, Ryu, Chun-Li, Iron Man and Wolverine they were some of the characters from the big "crossover".

Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage

In 90s, the saga of comics "Carnage Total" Spider-Man, was so successful that got adapted in videogames. The game came out on the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis, with Spider-Man and Venom in the fight against other symbionts evil - including, of course, the sadistic villain Carnage.

The game was in style "beat'em up", that is, more or less like classics like Final Fight and Streets of Rage. At the command of the hero and the villain, players had to walk through scenarios and hit the enemies that arose, until you reach the boss of each stage.

X-Men: Children of the Atom

X-Men: Children of the Atom was another fighting game released by Capcom that achieved success almost immediately. The game was released in arcades, Sega Saturn, PS One and PC in the 90s only with heroes and villains of comic X-Men.

This title was the basis for that later had X-Men vs. Street Fighter, using the same graphics and similar characters. Silver Samurai, Spiral, Wolverine, Iceman, Colossus, Psylocke and Cyclops were some of the characters available with visual totally inspired version of the cartoon 90s.

The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction

Generally wronged, Hulk got an excellent game in 2005: The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, released for the GameCube, PS2 and Xbox. The game was an open world, but with Hulk in the lead role.

In control of the angry, the player needed to accomplish missions and deal with other threats to their size. Until today praised as the best game ever released the Hulk (and one of the few), The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction has earned praise also for its elaborate plot.

Ultimate Spider-Man

Ultimate Spider-Man is one of the best games of Spider-Man to be creative and innovative. The game was released in addition to the comic of the same name, Ultimate Spider-Man. Thus, not only valuable to the official chronology of the story, but also had facts that were not explained in the comic.

Other Marvel characters also appear in the adventure, as Nick Fury and Captain America. The game was open world, but followed a fixed plot and showed the young Peter Parker dealing with Venom and Green Goblin.

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