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San Diego Comic-Con 2010

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: New Super Hero Squad Game

First Details and images of 'Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet'

Screenshot of Thor and the
Falcon from "Super Hero Squad:
The Infinity Gauntlet"

The legendary Marvel Super Hero Squad is back with an even larger team of Super Heroes, as THQ today announced "Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet," the sequel to its highly popular "Marvel Super Hero Squad" video game of 2009. An all-new adventure for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DS systems, "Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet" has players using their super powers and super smarts to battle Doctor Doom's Lethal Legion and search out the locations of the six lost Infinity Stones.

"We are excited to announce the next game in our Marvel Super Hero Squad franchise to an eager fan base," said Martin Good, Executive Vice President, Kids, Family, Casual Games and Global Online Services. "The new co-op Challenge Mode, super-powered action-combat and integrated puzzles truly elevates the series and further broadens the audience."

Screenshot of Scarlet Witch
from "Super Hero Squad:
The Infinity Gauntlet"

"Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet" continues the excitement of the original "Super Hero Squad" with an all-new storyline that follows Season 2 of the hit animated TV series as shown on Cartoon Network.

Players can "Hero Up" with friends in cooperative play and master the unique Factor Power of each of the Marvel heroes in three game modes: Story Mode, Freeplay Mode and Challenge Mode.

The game also boasts a brand new puzzle component, in which players will need to utilize the characters' unique abilities to move or destroy objects, traverse through certain environments and summon specific strengths to overcome obstacles.

With new adventures, tricky puzzles and an expanded selection of Super Hero Squad members to unlock and play as, "Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet" is set to thrill gamers from here to Super Hero City.

Remember to stay tuned to Marvel.com for more updates on "Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet"!

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Cool Phoenix Jean Grey please


The first was not that bad of a game, I'm not saying it was great or you should play it but me as a fan of the comics I like it. And I'm not going to rush the stores and get this game but if my little brother gets then I will play it.