Marvel is a company that has been constantly adding something to the game industry since the 1900s. The company, which produces all kinds of games you can think of such as action, adventure, fighting, did not miss Doctor Strange in these games.
Doctor Strange unfortunately does not have a game in which he is the main character. But he is one of the main characters in many games released by Marvel. In the worst-case scenario, he plays an important role in helping the main characters. Here are the best Doctor Strange games after watching Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
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Best Marvel Games with Doctor Strange
Marvel Avengers: Battle For Earth
Release Date: October 30, 2012
Genre: Fighting, action, turn-based
Platform: Xbox 360, Wii U
Developer: Ubisoft Quebec
Inspired by Secret Invasion, one of the most popular stories in Marvel comics, Marvel Avengers: Battle For Earth is one of the first games inspired by the comic book theme. Doctor Strange appears as one of the unique characters in this fighting game. Although Battle for Earth has the quirkiness of the Secret Invasion theme, it’s annoying that it needs an Xbox-specific tool for a comfortable gaming experience. Therefore, although it is a difficult possibility, you can play from different platforms in case of a port on another console.
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Release Date: November 15, 2011
Genre: Fighting, action
Platform: Playsation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Playstation Vita, Playstation 3
Developer: Capcom, Eighting
Unlike Avengers: Battle for the Earth, Marvel vs. Capcom is a very popular and respected series in the fighting genre. Entering our lives with consoles in the late 90s, Marvel vs. Capcom became popular very quickly and the series continued until the third game. Doctor Strange entered the series with the third game. Standing out as a versatile character, Doctor Strange has quickly become the go-to choice for players who like ranged attacks and who love difficulty. Doctor Strange also appears on Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite.
Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin
Release Date: 1991
Genre: Action, adventure
Platform: Mega Drive, Sega Game Gear, Master System
Developer: Technopop, Sega, Gray Master
Released in 1991 for Sega Master and Game Gear owners, Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin was the game where Doctor Strange and Spider Man met for the first time. Since the main character in this game is Spider-Man, although Doctor Strange is included in the game, unfortunately he is not a playable character. As for the plot of the game, the Kingpin is hiding a nuclear bomb in the city and Spider-Man has to stop this bomb. Of course, while doing this, many classic enemies such as Doctor Octopus, Sandman, Rhino are not missing. Doctor Strange appears as a guide that helps us locate these enemies.
Release Date: July 21, 2017
Genre: Battle Royale, TPS, sandbox, adventure
Platform: Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One
Developer: Epic Games, People Can Fly
Considering how much Fortnite has been intertwined with Marvel for a long time, we shouldn’t be surprised that Doctor Strange also exists in this universe. Especially after the latest movie, the presence of Doctor Strange was inevitable in a game like Fortnite, which is intertwined with multiverses. To play Doctor Strange live, you need to purchase the Battle Pass and spend a fair amount of the Battle Star, the currency of the ticket. Playing with Doctor Strange in Fortnite takes some effort, but it’s worth seeing him alive.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3
Release Date: 19 July 2019
Genre: Fighting, adventure, hack and slash
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Developer: Team Ninja
Marvel Ultimate Alliance is a game that acts as an encyclopedia for Marvel. This game, which has many Marvel characters you can think of, deserves the name Ultimate Alliance. In this series, which comes out with 3 games, Doctor Strange is one of the characters that shows up in the story of the first game. Our magician, who is sitting on the bench for a reason we do not know in the 2nd game, appears again with an important role in the 3rd game. Ultimate Alliance is a boon for the Marvel universe, especially as it hosts less popular or unknown characters, unlike well-known characters such as Spider-Man and Captain America.
Questprobe Featuring The Hulk
Release Date: May 1, 1984
Genre: Action, adventure
Platform: Acorn Electron, Commodore 64, Atari 8-bit family, Dragon 32
Developer: Adventure International
Questprobe is an Atari generation game released in the early 80s and debuted as a trilogy. Featuring the Hulk as the main character, Questprobe is the first video game for both Hulk and Doctor Strange. But since the game was mostly about Bruce Banner and the Hulk, Doctor Strange only appeared in the supporting role. Doctor Strange in the game universe, contrary to what the ancients knew and used to, was not concerned with saving princesses. Instead, he took on the role of a mysterious, mystical character who whispers or gives advice to our protagonist.
LEGO Marvel Series
Release Date: October 22, 2013
Genre: Action, adventure, fighting
Platform: Nintendo Switch, Android, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Traveler’s Tales, TT Games
The Lego company has long started releasing games of popular TV series and movie characters under the name Lego. Of course, Marvel also got its share from this work. Many games such as Lego Marvel Super Heroes and Lego Marvel Avengers were released in this way, and as you can guess, Doctor Strange was no exception in these games. Lego Doctor Strange first appeared in Lego Marvel Superheroes. Although we see our mystical wizard in every game, unfortunately, he is not a character that has much influence on the Lego game universe.
Marvel Heroes Omega
Release Date: June 4, 2013
Genre: Adventure, MMORPG
Platform: Playstation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS
Developer: Gazillion Entertainment, Cryptic Studios, Secret Identity Studios
There was once a Marvel MMORPG game that was popular with its own audience. Known as Marvel Heroes or Marvel Heroes Omega, this game was released in 2013. Unfortunately, it failed to become a game that shook the market and progressed by thunder. Doctor Strange was also one of more than 100 Marvel characters playable in this game. Everyone was chasing after their favorite character, as all the Marvel characters in the game, including Doctor Strange, appeared with their own unique themes. Until Disney pulled the plug on the project in 2017.