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Video: I Love Marvel's Avengers, Although I Don't Like It
In the end, Iron Man 3 is also a good film because Tony Stark is in it. At least for me, at least - I would say - for many Avenger fans and lovers of the film series. Maybe Iron Man 3 is a good movie anyway, but let's not talk about it anymore: Marvel's Avengers from Chrystal Dynamics is not a very good game, at least not one that would interest me. As far as I was told at gamescom 2019, it's an online co-op single-player mishmash that sends you across the war table (a map, simply put) to various story and warzone missions.
Story here means "Hey, you play that alone with one of the Avengers and it spurs the story on! "And Warzone," You play this in co-op with up to four players and they are multiplayer missions (but you can also play alone, oh oh!). “In principle, you can probably tackle everything in the game on your own, just as you can develop a lot of cool cosmetics in-game. The coolest will probably still cost a lot of money in the inGame shop. What the hell.
What I have to leave the game: Marvel's Avengers tells an original, if not totally original story: The Avengers fail on a mission and San Francisco is destroyed. Several people lose their lives, including Captain America - or not, because although he is buried and believed to be dead for at least a year, you can probably play him in Marvel's Avengers. After all, that's exactly where it starts, twelve months after the great accident. The Avengers have disintegrated and are despised by a large part of the population - in their place is the AIM association, which has even taken over the Avenger Tower. How can they?
AIM wants to protect humanity as well, but with science and not with superheroes. They are of no use, as the past ten years have shown! Uhm. In the game you will now lead the Avenger back to new glory. This is not a very new topic, after all, the Avengers were patted on the fingers in Civil War after making a serious mistake. And yet: A reasonably new story is better than no new story in the Avenger's universe, and now - after all, Tony Stark lives in the universe of the game. Yet. However, whether Spider-Man will crawl into the game at some point after the Sony-Disney divorce is a legitimate question.
Marvel's Avengers background story is fine, but the basic principle of the game is too anthem to inspire me. But as shallow as it sounds, I would have loved to play Anthem with Tony Stark in the lead role. At least for a short time.
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I don't have to like Marvel's Avengers to play it
After 30 minutes in the tutorial from Marvel's Avengers, I would like to go back very much, although I'm not interested in the basic framework of the game. Which is a strange feeling that I can only explain in one way: 1) Every single Avenger actually plays differently, everyone is fun and lets you feel how powerful they are. 2) It is not the faces or voices that we know from the films, but the dialogues are brilliant. At least as brilliant as the Avenger films, which every single pointy joke in the game immediately reminds you of.
For a few minutes, I actually felt like a superhero. I was Iron Man for a few minutes. And then Thor. And then Hulk. Are you a fan of films and comics, just as you would like to play Thor, Black Widow or Hulk yourself? Then you can definitely hope for Marvel's Avengers, because they seem to have enough fan service to make lovers happy. Sometimes it's okay not to like a game because it's good - but for a much simpler, less important reason.
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There is only one point that gives me a headache: Marvel's Avengers wants to make us happy for a long time, with continuous content that flows into the game without a break. It's not a crime at first, and if I'm completely wrong and the story and warzone missions are wonderful, then perfect. Perfect that great, free content flows continuously into the game. But should Marvel's Avengers crawl in an anthem-like direction and it actually looks like it to me - how long do we actually want to play it?