Avengers: Endgame doesn’t have to be the end. Videogames let you actually be Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor. So if you’ve seen Marvel’s grand finale and want more then play through these great Avengers games.
Iron Man kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008 and a game was released alongside the movie. It’s quite dated, but Iron Man features Anthem-like flying and chaotic run-and-gun firefights which are timeless fun.
It’s worth getting caught up on our egotistical friend and remember where he started. You then have a reference point if you want to see how Tony Stark has evolved through the years.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
While not originally released on PC - don’t fret, it’s easy to find an emulated version - The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction might still be one of the best Hulk games ever made.
The plot sees Bruce Banner try to distance himself from civilisation while attempting to cure himself of his green persona. Ultimate gives you a sizeable world, plenty of freedom, and the ability to smash anything you want.
Captain America: Super Soldier
Captain America has the most interesting films in the Marvel universe as all three are vital to its evolution. Captain America: Super Soldier is the cherry on top.
You’ll need to get an emulated version of Captain America: Super Soldier for PC but it’s well worth it. Chris Evans reprises his role with Cap’s iconic shield and outfit in a game full of bombastic combat.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
Want to play as Thor? Your best bet is Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Unfortunately, this game’s Thor isn’t based on the character in the films, but you still get to control the god of thunder’s powerful moveset.
You’ll get to use the power of thunder, wield Mjolnir, and even wear that silly helmet. On top of that, this fighting game provides a sizeable selection of characters from across both Marvel and Capcom’s impressive library.
Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes
Disney Infinity has tight, toy box gameplay that includes a ton of recognisable Marvel heroes. Even better is the fact that you can easily find this game on Steam.
The Marvel superheroes are spread across a Loki-centred Avengers plot, a story focused on Spider-Man, and a third narrative that follows the Guardians of the Galaxy as they try to steal an Infinity Stone from Ronan the Accuser.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance
Both Marvel Ultimate Alliance and its sequel are a great way to dive into the Marvel universe. Each game shares many parallels with the movies as they explore SHIELD, Hydra, the Fantastic Four, and many other hero stories.
There are over 140 playable characters that you can customise. So you can finally play as War Machine Iron Man or World War 2 Captain America. Although if you want Thanos then playing the Fortnite Endgame limited time mode is where you’ll find him.
Lego Marvel’s Avengers
The Lego games excel at delivering simple combat, humour, satisfying exploration, and lots of puzzle solving. Lego Marvel’s Avengers adds the Marvel universe to that with plenty of delightful fan service.
There are so many Marvel characters to unlock in this game. Plus, you can smash your way through Manhattan and the SHIELD Base, and save Marvel comics writer Stan Lee from peril.