Two classic, artsy games stand the test of time when remastered.
Moral choice aspect is overshadowed by lots of brawling.
Battling monsters is strategic rather than violent.
This game offers a novel way of playing by controlling up to 10 characters at once.
Use the uDraw tablet for wacky comic adventures.
Surprisingly complex superhero action-adventure.
Very active game makes great use of Kinect motion controls.
Hiding within this cool superhero game is a lot of math learning.
Exciting look at the fun (and fatigue) of being a superhero.
Mature themes, violence accompany mech-enhanced humans RPG.
Interactive story based on the popular cartoon, with gaming.
Fave app morphs well into social networking game.
Kids may get frustrated by tough, unforgiving gameplay.
Anime-style adaptation with strong hero, military setting.
Solid Marvel anime series with lots of gore, some drinking.
Fun, action-packed superhero game complements movie release.
Fun comic book action, but lacks originality and length.
Kids play superheroes in mildly violent online game.
Fun but challenging side-scroller with moderate violence.
Some violence plus positive messages in sci-fi crime drama.
Classic 'toon's conflict is OK for older kids.
Cartoon violence with no blood in arcade remake.
Violent, animated superhero movie with thoughtful messages.
Great visuals and smooth controls in solid action game.
Cartoon brawler is pale imitation of Super Smash Bros.