This 2002 video game, which was stylistically inspired by the Golden Age comics, received a lot of critical acclaim but disappointing sales. Years later, it remains arguably the best “original” superhero video game ever.
Freedom Force You will be responsible for leading a number of nostalgic-inspired superheroes through dangerous missions. Its strategy gameplay might be a little too slow and complicated for some, but this game’s good vibes will remind you why you once dreamed of becoming a superhero. This is a retro title that is well worth the effort.
11. Spider-Man: Web of Shadows
PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360 and PC
While Web of Shadows’ gameplay is a little rough around the edges, it’s the way this game uses a symbiote invasion as the basis of a surprisingly dark Spider-Man story that helps it stand apart.
Throughout this game, you’ll be forced to make difficult decisions that help determine your reputation. These choices, while sometimes silly, show how difficult it is to be Spider-Man. They also have a huge impact on the events of the game. They can also affect the game’s events in small ways. Web of Shadows This project was a classic that needed to be a little more bold than it was.
10. Batman Begins
PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox