Not only is the Captain America movie better than it should have been (or so I read), but the Captain America: Super Soldier video game, released in conjunction with the movie this week, is better than we usually get from super-hero movie games.
I consider Captain America to be a bit boring. I mean, what's he got... a shield and some steroids? Still, I respect the Marvel hero's popularity and I think I know what makes Captain America who he is. So I was happy to see, early on in the new Captain America: Super Soldier video game, the scene I captured for you…
The house that Sonic built and later remodeled is bringing their A games to E3 this year with Aliens: Colonial Marines and Anarchy Reigns. Binary Domain is their B game, followed by Captain America: Super Soldier and Crush3D. After that the whole alphabet thing falls apart.
According to our own Stephen Totilo, we might be in for a pretty good Captain America experience when the movie tie-in game drops on July 19, but you won't get the ultimate Captain America experience unless you preorder from GameStop.
I keep telling people that the Captain America video game is going to be good, and I keep getting funny looks.
When Captain America: Super Soldier hits on July 19, he's hitting hard, carrying America's flag to five different game consoles. Here's a look at four of them.
No matter how good or bad Sega's movie tie-in for Marvel's Captain America movie ends up being, at least we won't have to deal with a crappy Chris Evans sound-alike.
My starting point for thinking about a Captain America video game was a bad one: That guy's pretty boring, right? He's a strong man who punches, kicks and uses a shield. How do you make a special game from that?
While the screenshots from yesterday had me thinking Captain America meets Castle Wolfenstein, the gameplay trailer for Next Level's Captain America: Super Soldier shows off an acrobatic hero that could give the Prince of Persia a run for his money.
Sega's video game tie-in for the Captain America movie features the star-spangled avenger infiltrating Hydra's mysterious castle during the darkest days of World War II. Sounds like a What If Captain America Infiltrated Castle Wolfenstein, doesn't it?