Thursday 18th December 2014,
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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 49

Jeff Hill 12/07/2013 Features

Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would like to formally invite you to discuss, debate, and start some shit talkin’ about the characters, the creators, and the storylines given to us from the industry we all know and love, hate, and love to hate. So let’s quit wasting time and start the mud (or web) slinging!

 

This Saturday’s question: What is your favorite comic-based video game?

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Is it the Batman Arkham trilogy? Or the Spider-Man movie games? How about X-Men Legacy 1 & 2? Or any of the online role playing games based on famous comic book properties and licenses? Or is it something else, possibly from the Nintendo, Super Nintendo, or even Sega console generation? Or do you try to keep your video gaming separate from your comic book collecting entirely?

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So go forth and debate! But be sure to back up your responses. Don’t be scared. And don’t give up. After all, no one likes a quitter. And you’re not a quitter, are you?

 

You can also talk more video games on our sister site, Video Game Rebellion!

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About The Author

Jeff Hill is a moderately reformed frat boy turned writer/teacher living the dream in Lincoln, Nebraska. He does freelance work and writes fiction, none of which is about corn or the husking of corn. His work has appeared in over a dozen publications and his mom has a binder full of printed copies for any doubters. Plus, he's the Chief Creative Officer of Comic Booked. So that's pretty neat, too.

  1. bairland 12/07/2013 at 12:33 pm

    I love the Atari 2600 Spider-man game. That was hours of entertainment when I was little. It was a very simple game, just swinging your pixelated spiderman back and forth up a building, passing in front of bad guys to catch them and collecting web fluid as you climbed the building. It was frustrating, but reaching the top and fighting the Green Goblin was a cool ending to each level. If you were good at it, this was one of those games that you could play forever, since there was always another building and the Goblin was always there to fight the next time.

  2. Škorpijon Luna 12/07/2013 at 2:09 pm

    Capcom’s The Punisher! Pound for pound and minute for minute no game has ever been as high on entertainment value, I always made my friend get stuck playing Nick Fury but he was a good sport about it!

  3. Julien_Loeper 12/07/2013 at 3:22 pm

    Arkham City
    Marvel Vs. Capcom 2
    Batman for the NES

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