Despite being a playable character in Marvel's Avengers and appearing in movie tie-ins, Captain America stands out as a Marvel character deserving of a top-notch solo video game.

Captain America


Due to the popularity of the character and the possibility for a unique gaming experience, making an Iron Man game is important.

Iron Man


The Punisher has a history of being adapted into video games, with the most recent standalone title coming out in 2009 and a famous game from 2005 that was symbolic of the era's worst games.

The Punisher


The Marvel video game character Moon Knight has made several roles but has yet to emerge on his own. His different looks and complex personality make him an attractive character for video game creation.

Moon Knight


Despite his appearances in a number of games and a 2003 movie tie-in game, Daredevil, the "man without fear," is another Marvel character who deserves having his own video game.



Doctor Strange has a lot of promise for a unique and engaging gaming experience, making him deserving of his own video game.

Doctor Strange


Since the 2008 movie tie-in, The Incredible Hulk hasn't appeared in any solo games, yet fans of the character still enjoy games like The Incredible Hulk.

Hulk & She-Hulk


Only two standalone movie tie-in games featuring Blade, the vampire slayer, have been released, with the last one coming out in 2002. Blade has been notably absent from the gaming industry.



Players would assume the role of the private detective in a possible Jessica Jones video game and get lost in a world full of interesting secrets.

Jessica Jones & Luke Cage


Since the 2007 movie tie-in, Ghost Rider hasn't appeared in many video games, but he has a lot of potential to provide an intense gaming experience.

Ghost Rider