Activision’s bizarre handling of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance ports on current-gen continues today as prices have recently been raised on the PlayStation Network. Digital copies of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2 have both been raised to $59.95 AUD. A

Today’s Transformers: Fall of Cybertron last- to current-gen re-release by Activision is $20 AUD more on Xbox One than on PS4, mirroring similar pricing discrepancies seen on recent Marvel: Ultimate Alliance releases. Ultimate Alliance standalone titles are $49.95 AUD on PS4 and $59.95

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance has been patched on Windows PC. The patch fixes the following: Controller mapping improvements that address both Xbox One and Xbox 360 buttons, triggers, and a problem specifically with the A button. General improvements to audio and

Marvel Games seems to be stepping in to fix the nightmare that is Activision’s re-released Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2. Marvel’s Bill Rosemann has taken to Twitter to address a lack of DLC and poor performance on Windows PC. #UltimateAlliance update!

Almost a full 24 hours after our report that Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2 pricing on Xbox One was incorrect, the pricing remains inflated. As of 9.00 am AEST today, Friday 29 July, the re-released games are still priced at $59.95 AUD individually,

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance prices on the Australian Xbox Store today contradict those given to Stevivor by an Activision representative yesterday. The store lists Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2 for $59.95 AUD each, or in a bundle for $99.95 AUD. We were

Activision Australia has confirmed Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2 pricing here in the country. Stevivor has been told the games will sell for $49.95 AUD individually, or $69.95 AUD for both. The games are available on Steam now, and on Xbox One and

Activision Australia has today confirmed that we’ll get Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 later this week. The titles are already available on Steam and should head to PS4 and Xbox One tomorrow.

Marvel used San Diego Comic-Con to announce re-released of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2 on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4. From 27 July you’ll be able to grab the games individually for $39.99 USD, or in a bundle for