The lights are on
This shouldn't come as a surprise, but Marvel has made it official. The comic giant will not be making any future games with Sega.Given the fact that Sega's Marvel games -- Iron Man, Iron Man 2, The Incredible Hulk, Captain America: Super Soldier, and Thor: God of Thunder -- received poor reviews and did not sell well, this news should be expected.When asked by Hollywood Reporter about the company's partnership with Sega, Marvel's VP of games production said, "There are no current plans for additional Marvel games to be published by Sega."
Source: Hollywood Reporter via Joystiq
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yeah!!! no more crappy marvel games. hopefully the next company can do better.
Well this is a turn up for the books. Hopefully Marvel can find some decent developers and publishers in the future. DC have had roaring success with Rocksteady, let's hope to see it for Marvel.
Very good news indeed.
Thank God, hopefully the next partnership they make will be a wise one.
F*CKING FINALLY! Now we can get some decent Marvel games!
It's kind of good and bad. Good because we won't expect terrible games form that department, bad because we don't know who the NEW developers of Marvel games are...Activision? (Hopefully)
About dang time
The games did bad, which sucks. I think they should do better work with movie tie in games.
Well, Captain America was decent. I actually liked the game. The others were absolute crap. Thor (for the PS3 at least) is easily the worst game I've played in years.