Marvel has created some masterpieces in this field as well, so, let us take a look at the top 10 Marvel video games
Developed by Insomniac Games, the video game focusing on this arachnid hero created quite a stir when it first came out.
Ironically enough, this crossover battle game was a collaboration between two Japanese video game developing companies, Capcom and Eighting.
The game ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ (2009) was developed by multiple video game companies for different modes.
In 2006, Raven Software developed a Marvel video game by the name of ‘Marvel Ultimate Alliance’. The director for this game was Dan Vondrak.
Traveller’s Tale developed the game ‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ (2013) following a LEGO theme. The game was directed by Arthur Parsons.
The video game ‘Deadpool’ (2013) was developed by High Moon Studios and Mercenary Technology. It was directed by Sean Miller and was designed by Joseph Shackelford.
With directors, Jose Pablo Gonzalez and Kody Sabourin and writer Dan Slott on the team, the game was developed by Beenox.
‘Marvel Strike Force’ (2018) stands apart in this list as it is the only video game that is exclusively available only on mobile phones.
‘Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2’ (2009) is a successor to the video game ‘Marvel: Ultimate Alliance’ (2006).
The game follows a pretty similar pattern to the games we have seen before, where a player can create a team of a handful of characters from the larger selection of the X-Men.