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Captain America and the Avengers Review Rewind

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As a small fledgling in the first grade, I liked comic books superheroes, but I wasn’t nearly as familiar with them as I am now. Sure, I knew about guys like Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man. But for the most part, I had only a narrow understanding of the world of comic books and the heroes within them.

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Captain America: Super Soldier Review

Our star-spangled superhero's voice actor is the best part about it.

When I read Nick's review for the Xbox 360 version of this game, I wept on the inside, knowing that my review copy was already on its way.

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Rabbids: Alive & Kicking - Captain America Rabbid Trailer

Rabbids: Alive & Kicking will be available November 8, only for Kinect on the Xbox 360.

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Captain America: Super Soldier Review

Even Next Level Games can't keep Captain America from being lame.

I hate to say it, but I've always disliked Captain America. He's a lame superhero who's in possession of no super powers whatsoever. Sure, he's a peak human specimen thanks to the Super-Soldier serum, but that still makes him pretty dull in comparison to most other superheroes. It also makes him pretty on par with most video game characters that share many of the same abilities. The Prince from Prince of Persia comes to mind – both are acrobatic, strong, and can defeat hordes of enemies without breaking a sweat. The difference between the two? The Prince starred in a great game – Captain America, a mediocre one.

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