The first Marvel: Avengers Alliance is one of my favourite comic book based mobile games of all-time, so when I heard the 3D sequel to the 2D turn-based RPG was soft-launched down under, I got real Australian, real fast.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe initiative has been a massive success for Disney, and the comics giant is allegedly building a similar collective continuity across its games.
Hardcore gamers like to point and laugh at Facebook games, but sometimes they're all we've got. Commenter Faux Bravo wants to know if there are any Facebook games worth his valuable supposed-to-be-working time.
Cyclops! Black Cat! Invisible Woman! Facebook Avengers Assemble! Facebook's Marvel: Avengers Alliance cares not for comic book continuity, focusing instead on giving players some sweet choices, and then making them pay for them.
Step into the steel-toed boots of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Nick Fury and recruit a team of super-powered friends to save the world from Marvel's most wanted in Marvel: Avengers Alliance, coming soon to Facebook.