Spider-Man was almost an Xbox exclusive, as Marvel Games was looking to strike a new licensing deal in the 2010s according to executive vice president and head of Marvel Games, Jay Ong.
In an excerpt from Steven L. Kent’s 2021 book The Ultimate History of Video Games Vol 2 (via ResetEra and VGC), Ong detailed how Activision’s Amazing Spider-Man movie tie-in games had left Marvel Games unhappy regarding their overall quality, and both companies mutually agreed to end the Marvel licensing deal in 2014.
After Activision inquired as to what Marvel would do when the video game IP rights were returned, he replied that it would be finding a „better home” for them, to which Activision replied, „good luck finding your unicorn” according to Ong.
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It’s another relatively quiet week in the charts.
We’ve got the latest UK charts data and it’s looking very similar to last week, albeit with some minor notable changes.
Nintendo Switch Sports, having enjoyed three weeks at the top of the pile, slips down into second place as Horizon: Forbidden West climbs back into number one. The Zero Dawn sequel has enjoyed a significant boost in sales with an increase in PlayStation 5 hardware stock across the UK, along with a brand new bundle containing the game itself.
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