I'm sure this topic has been done before, but when ever I start a forum that might have been made before, I just use the excuse that this is now and that was then. It's Aug 2013 and there might be a new character out there that might be cool to play as, or you might have been turned onto a new character that you want to play as.
Batman Arkham Origins is coming out. They use the detective mode which is a lot of fun, but in a way, it's how you'd think they would have Daredevil if he ever got his own game. In fact, I think they did use something similar in PS1 game that I never played, but saw ads for in comic books.
After playing as Catwoman in Arkham City, and a few Spider-Man games how cool would it be to play a Night Crawler game? Using the same type of engine as Assassin's Creed, being able to climb just about anything in a fun fasion, and then change it up to a cool fighting style? Come on now.
When Superman Returns came out, I jumped on the game, and had so much fun because all the powers were there then........................it just got stupid and repeticious. They had it right. They just failed later on. The battles were lame, but I don't see why they can't build off of it.
Using the God of War engine, I'm still gonna go and buy the Green Lantern game, because God of War is fun as hell, and just trading characters, I don't see why it can't be fun that way either. Maybe not with Green Lantern, but why not another character. Someone with a lot of weapons or abilities. I could see a Captain America done with that engine, or a Hawkeye. Maybe Dr. Strange with spells. The God of War Engine is a fun engine. Revenge of the Sith was similar, and I loved playing that game. The "mortal kombat" type battles against other Jedi's was a blast, and I played it for hours. That approach works so well. Iron Man could be done similar. It's like Ultimate Alliance, just with more moves since it focuses on one character instead of many. Ghost Rider with a God of War approach could be done so damn well.