A Marvel Heroes player who goes by EITTurtle bought the game on Xbox in July. Since then, he says he’s sunk $400 in microtransactions, unlocking characters like Spider Man, Storm, and Captain America. Earlier this week, Marvel announced that the game’s servers will be shut down in December. And EITTurtle, like many…
The Fantastic Four aren’t getting a lot of love in Marvel Comics at the moment, and now that lack of love looks to be extending to Gazillion’s massively multiplayer Marvel Heroes. Starting July 1, players will no longer be able to purchase Fantastic Four characters or costumes.
Season two of Netflix’s Daredevil is here, and oh now it’s gone. Those 13 episodes went fast. If you need a little more Matt Murdock in your life, free-to-play action MMO Marvel Heroes is giving out free Murdock all weekend long.
Diablo-esque MMO Marvel Heroes recently kicked off its 2016 season with a massive update, introducing new character models, Spider-Man’s feline friend/foe Black Cat, leaderboards and more. But the coolest new addition is the ability to play with buttons and analog sticks.
David Brevik, one of the original creators of Diablo and the current CEO of Gazillion Entertainment (Marvel Heroes), is here to answer your questions today.
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.
Thor: the Dark World is in theaters everywhere, and we all know it's only for naming uniformity that it's not called Loki: the Dark World. The god of mischief is hot, so of course he's the playable star of Marvel Heroes' update 2.0: Asgard.
Sure, there are already lots of alt-outfits for Spider-Man in Gazillion Entertainment’s click-battle MMO. But this one is Superior.
Diablo-like super hero MMO Marvel Heroes is having launch troubles. Namely, the game not being ready to launch yet.
Gazillion's Marvel Heroes MMO officially launches on June 4. I'm not signing up until I can play as Squirrel Girl.
The beta test for Gazillion's massively multiplayer metahuman brawl launched a while back. What's that, you say? You've been trying and trying but haven't been able to get in?
Raise your hands if Daredevil's your favorite superhero. And don't lie because Matt Murdock's super-senses will figure it out. Then you get a billy club to the head. That would hurt.
Gazillion Entertainment has been bugging me to try out their upcoming free-to-play Marvel Heroes MMO for months now. If they had just come out and told me it was Marvel Diablo, I would have gotten around to it much sooner.
After years of being referred to as simply Marvel Universe, Gazillion's massively multiplayer superhero game finally has an official name. Unfortunately, it's Marvel Heroes. How can a name featuring such a recognizable name sound so generic?
It might not be the City of Heroes meets the X-Men we were hoping for, but kids should get a kick out of playing as tiny versions of their favorite Marvel characters in Gazillion Entertainment's Super Hero Squad Online.
At the "The State of the MMO" panel at Comic-Con, five massively-multiplayer devs weighed in on the positive changes coming to the genre, lacing as much marketing into their answers as humanly possible.
We descended into the depths of a hollow space station to try out the player-versus-player combat in NetDevil's Jumpgate Evolution.
The tentative release date for the Marvel Comics MMO seems to be timed with the release of the Captain America and Avengers movies. That, or the end of the world according to the Mayan Calendar.
Mystery publisher Gazillion Entertainment have signed a deal with Marvel to produce several massively-multiplayer online titles for the comics powerhouse.