New characters such as the Black Panther and Cable will be added to the character list.
Yesterday, Activision officially announced the details regarding the first DLC for Marvel Ultimate Aliance 2.
The recently released top 20 best-selling titles of September 2009 show off Nintendo's systems, the Xbox 360, and more.
With the top 10 best-selling games of September 2009 released yesterday, the NPD Group released the top 20 list, which includes Scribblenauts, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days, and more.
Sales are up overall as PlayStation 3 leads the consoles for the first time since its launch and Halo 3: ODST sells 1.5 million in less than two weeks.
During the period of August 30 to October 3, the DS lead all systems with just over 500,000 units and Halo 3: ODST sold over a million more than the second game on the list, Wii Sports Resort.
No one ever found out why a group of 20 superheroes would only send out four at a time.
The Marvel Universe action RPGs began when Raven Software made X-Men Legends, which was a landmark game for me as it was one of the first comic book games to borrow so heavily from the source material. The fourth entry in that series is Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, which is the first in the series not done by Raven. The final product is quite similar to Raven's last effort and brings some new ideas to the table, but also brings some questionable ones.
Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 fans will be able to download and play as the Spider-Man villain and the psychic mutant, as well as play some new simulator missions.
With Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 just over a month old, Activision is slowly announcing characters for the downloadable pack that will before the end of the year. Recently, Carnage was announced, and today, Psylocke was confirmed.