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Post by Dan @ 01:06pm 03/07/12 | 4 Comments
In news that potentially represents a beacon of hope for fans of Marvel characters who have been disappointed by recent licensed games from the comic-book publisher, Game Informer is reporting that the next announcement from High Moon Studios will draw on the much-loved comic book Universe.

High Moon are best known as the studio behind the well-received Transformers game, War for Cybertron and its hotly anticipated, upcoming, Dinobot-packing sequel, Fall of Cybertron, and are expected to announce the game during an Activision-hosted panel at Comic Con on July 14th 2012 titled "Marvel Video Games".

No other details have been revealed, so it's anyone's guess as to which Marvel property they might be focusing on.

The panel will also reportedly feature presentations on the Marvel Heroes MMO from Gazillion Entertainment and Ubisoft's Avengers: Battle for Earth.












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Steve Farrelly
Posted 02:59pm 03/7/12
Wow, I would actually hold my breath with anticipation of a decent game from High Moon if this proves to be accurate.

What could they do? So many great storylines to choose from: Genosha, Days of Future Past, the Phalanx Covenant, Dark Phoenix Saga, Age of Apocalypse...

Of course they could just go with an entirely new storyline, but if they were to do so, I'd love to see Mark Waid, Fabien Nicieza, Chris Claremont or someone else of that calibre on board.
Khel
Posted 03:10pm 03/7/12
An Age of Apocalypse game would be seriously awesome
Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:02pm 03/7/12
Actually, you know what else could be cool: Daredevil, Dr Strange, Punisher or Morbius. Any of these would be interesting (and dark)
Grundar
Posted 05:57pm 03/7/12
A decent X-Men game would be fantastic, so many old school plots to draw from as you mentioned Steve, Days of Future Past and the Dark Phoenix Saga would be awesome points.

If it has a cameo by Cable, i will be a happy camper.
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