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What’s the best su­per­hero game ever?

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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”

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