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10 Superhero Games You Should Try Now

In the world of superhero games, where you can swing between buildings or throw punches that break the sound barrier, the only thing we take seriously is fun. So, get ready to discover the 10 games where you can live out your superhero fantasies, with the guarantee of at least five laughs per hour played.

And if you don't laugh, well, maybe we need to get Spider-Man to crack some of his infamous jokes. Ah… We didn't put the last one Marvel's Spider-Man 2 in the list to make room for other games.

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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Platforms: PS4, PS5
Reason to Play: This game is so good that even J. Jonah Jameson would have to give up and admit that maybe, just maybe, Spider-Man will do something useful. Between saving New York and learning to control powers that definitely didn't come with a manual, Miles Morales proves that being a teenager is complicated, even more so when you have to balance school life with being a superhero. Spoiler: he doesn't have a license to swing between buildings.

Batman: Arkham Knight

Injustice 2

Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One
Reason to Play: Never argued with a friend about who would win in a fight, Batman or Superman? “Injustice 2” allows these disputes to be resolved the way everything should be resolved: in a video game fight where no one really gets hurt and the maximum risk is developing RSI in the fingers. Plus, you can dress your heroes in costumes so extravagant they'll make Lady Gaga's wardrobe look basic.

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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
Reason to Play: If you've always dreamed of traveling through space with a grumpy raccoon who's better at shooting than any human being and a guy who literally just says “I am groot”, congratulations, your very specific dreams have come true. “Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy” is a space adventure with a soundtrack that will make you want to dance and fight aliens at the same time. Who said you can't save the galaxy with style?

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch
Reason to Play: Imagine all your favorite superheroes and villains in LEGO form, living adventures that defy not only the laws of physics, but also those of common sense. “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2” is where you discover that, yes, it is possible to defeat an interdimensional tyrant using pieces that you have probably stepped on barefoot once in your life. And the best of all? You can rebuild everything after you destroy it – if that's not a superpower, I don't know what is.

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

Platforms: Switch
Reason to Play: If you've ever wanted to lead a team of superheroes without having to deal with inflated egos or the logistics of who flies with whom, “Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3” is your chance. Assembling a team is like choosing your favorite Marvel characters from an all-you-can-eat buffet – only instead of plates, you're choosing who to punch. Thanos. Oh, and cooperation is key here; just remember that “cooperation” in the superhero world means “not accidentally knocking your friend off the platform.”

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Spider-Man: Web of Shadows

Platforms: PC, PS3, Xbox 360
Reason to Play: When you mix Spider-Man with a symbiote invasion, the result is “Spider-Man: Web of Shadows.” This game is basically a teen drama with superpowers and gooey aliens. Imagine trying to save New York while dealing with relationship problems – yes, it's as complicated as it sounds. But hey, at least you can swing around the city using webs, which is technically the best form of public transportation ever invented.

DC Universe Online

Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One
Reason to Play: If the idea of ​​creating your own superhero or villain sounds better than choosing from existing ones, “DC Universe Online” is your kind of game. Here, the line between being a cape-wearing savior or an evil genius with an evil laugh is as thin as your patience when trying to choose between all the customization options. And the best part? You can finally prove that your design character is the best, even if he looks like a peacock with super strength.

X-Men: Legends II – Rise of Apocalypse

Platforms: PC, PS2, Xbox, GameCube, PSP
Reason to Play: “X-Men: Legends II – Rise of Apocalypse” takes “cooperation” to a new level as heroes and villains join forces against a common enemy. Imagine convincing Magneto to play it cool just this once, all while managing a group of mutants with egos as big as their powers. With real-time combat, a huge selection of characters, and the ability to play with friends, this game is an X-Men slumber party where everyone is invited – even those who usually try to take over the world.

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Batman: The Telltale Series

Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PS3, Xbox 360, Mobile
Reason to Play: In this game, you not only don the bat's cape but also delve deep into the mind of Bruce Wayne, facing dilemmas that will make you question the price of justice in Gotham. “Batman: The Telltale Series” is less about punching people in the face (although it has some of that) and more about the difficult choices that shape the hero behind the mask. With an engaging narrative and decisions that affect the course of the story, this game proves that Batman's greatest power is not his money, but his dramatic choices. And of course, a little of his money helps too.

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A great superhero adventure awaits us!

Whether you're the type who enjoys assembling teams of mutants to save (or doom) the world, or you prefer to explore the moral dilemmas of being a billionaire vigilante with a taste for technology and capes. From epic adventures with the X-Men to deep narrative decisions in Gotham, the universe of superhero games is full of action, adventure, and of course, a good dose of humor. Because at the end of the day, Even heroes need to laugh a little – especially if they are going to save the world.

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