What’s the best superhero game ever?
Batman: Arkham Asylum. Rocksteady turned this genre of games on its head with the combat and overall style. It made way for the Shadow games and much more. Corn Wolf, @Corn_wolf
Ultimate Spider-Man! All the freedom of swinging around New York in that great comic-inspired art style, and you could play as Venom! Jacob Bachmann, @SpaghettiPirate
Batman: Arkham Knight. Superb graphics, story, and gameplay. It’s everything you’ve ever wanted from a Batman game! Charlie Ridgewell, Facebook
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction on the PS2, or as I like to think of it: Grand Theft Hulk. Eduardo Soliz, Facebook
No love for Prototype? The rubbish sequel may have spoiled everyone’s memories of the series, but that first game still stands out as an open world that lets you cut loose like no other. Weirdly, it was actually a spiritual successor to the also excellent The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Eduardo mentions, inheriting moves and abilities such as the unforgettable elbow-drop-off-a-skyscraper.
“As I like to think of it: Grand theft Hulk”