How do you handle a hero like Rogue, whose ability allows her to siphon powers from any other character? MMO Marvel Heroes has come up with an elegant solution — give her all the powers.
Throughout Thor's illustrious career, his powers have been appropriated by a slew of other comic book heroes. Not all of these heroes carried his official hammer, Mjolnir, but almost all of them dressed as lunatics while imitating the Thunder God.
In Trion Worlds' massively-multiplayer online role-playing game Rift, eight different souls come together three-at-a-time to create many different flavors of rogue. Here are just a few.
BioWare's Champions trailer for Dragon Age II asks players a very fundamental question: Which combat style will your version of the hero Hawke embrace?
For me, roguelike games are an absolute must have on any self-respecting games platform, and you don't get much more roguelike than, well, Rogue.
Fans of pre-graphical RPGs like Nethack and Rogue might occasionally wander out from their UNIX labs and find themselves confronted with a modern web browser.