This is a category that doesn’t get talked about often enough. That is to say. We don’t’ treat superhero games like their own genre. Rather, we separate them into ordinary genres: open world adventures, fighting games, narrative experiences, RPGs, etc. Generally, that’s the right way to do things. But I have a hunch people who play superhero games are in it for the characters, which is to say you’re not playing Injustice 2 because you love Street Fighter; you’re playing because you love Batman and Wonder Woman. It’s also somewhat difficult to think broadly of superhero games for...Read More
Author: Trevor Brandt
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