Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2's Character & Sim Mission Pack, which returned in July after being taken off both console download services for six months, is going, going gone once again. The DLC's getting yanked at the end of the year.
After disappearing from Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network months after its release, the Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 downloadable content returns, making Magneto, Black Panther, Carnage, Psylocke, and Cable available for purchase once more, but only for a limited time.
With at least one potential game of the year exclusively nesting on the Playstation 3 and a price drop under its belt, the PS3 has had a pretty darn good year.
New Halo, new downloadables for Mass Effect, Fallout 3, and Grand Theft Auto, new Forza. It was a pretty good year for Xbox 360 owners.
After a good month of watching local channels, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 finally upgrades to Cable.
Carnage was pretty cool, but I'm really glad Psylocke's getting a shot at Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2.
Cletus Kasady, AKA Carnage, is making his way to Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, and he's much more than another Spider-Man clone.
Marvel's mightiest heroes converge once again in Activsion's Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 to face a foe far deadlier than any they've encountered thus far: themselves.
Witness the heartbreaking breakup of Iron Man and Captain America in the launch trailer for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, accompanied by Kosheen's amazingly appropriate "Damage."
The Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 website's VIP section updated yesterday, revealing that Carol Danvers, better known as Ms. Marvel, will making a return appearance in the sequel.
The House of Ideas had an idea to take a few of its bullpen best and turn them into Sackboys. At today's "The Next Generation of Marvel Video Games" panel, three new heroic LittleBigPlanet costumes were revealed.
Activision kicked off the Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 panel at Comic-Con today with the announcement that Speedball's alter-emo Penance will be joining the cast as a playable character.
Sure, it's like finding out that Boba Fett is in a Star Wars game, but whaddayagonnado?
The man who gets the most glory for creating and co-creating Marvel Comics super-hero icons will have a cameo in an upcoming Activision game. No word if his voice-over work includes the word "Excelsior."
New box art for Marvel Ultimate Alliance two seems to indicate that a certain ragin' cajun might be making an appearance in the upcoming sequel.