Activision's slew of uninspiring, but not altogether awful, Marvel games have vanished from digital sale (not physical sale) on Steam, Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.
How bad must a game be to get refused release on Xbox?
Xbox 360 exclusive Forza Motorsport 4 has entered the charts top, kicking football phenomenon FIFA 12 down to second place.
A new Spider-Man game is in development.
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Parker yourself down to watch.
Willow star Val Kilmer is the voice of Alchemax scientist Walker Sloan in Spider-Man: Edge of Time, Activision has announced.
Parker self down in front of this.
Much like Disneyland's Enchanted Tiki Room or the sudden death of a minor enemy, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions was an unexpected small-scale delight. It may not have been the openworld swing-'em-up a lot of fans are still waiting for, but its loadout of four different – well, kind of different – webslingers, coupled with a really excellent pun-riddled script and some decent brawling, made for one of the licence's better outings.
Shattered Dimensions follow-up this Autumn.
Shattered Dimensions developer Beenox has announced Spider-Man: Edge of Time, its second swing at the Marvel superhero franchise.
Due out in the Autumn for unconfirmed platforms, Edge of Time sees you taking control of both the classic Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099. In a story by Marvel veteran Peter David, it seems that in one version of the future Peter Parker has got himself killed, so you'll need straddle time and space to put things rights.
A new "cause-and-effect" mechanic will let you see how your immediate actions as one version of Spider-Man impacts the timeline of the other.