Reviews and Problems with Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth
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Review: Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth
4 February 2013
Excerpt: Title: Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth Developer: Ubisoft Platform: Wii U Release Date: 24th January 2013 (EU) Marvel Avengers Battle for Earth arrives shortly after Avengers Assemble hit the big screen making millions at the box office. Based on the ‘Secret Invasion’ storyline from the original comics, the Skrulls have landed and it is down to the Avengers to kick them back into oblivion.
Review: Avengers: Battle for Earth (Nintendo Wii U)
13 January 2013
Summary: While no one will ever accuse Avengers: Battle From Earth of suffering from SNK End Boss Syndrome, it’s still a pretty fun game that completely redefines how we think of and play fighting games. The A.I. is exceptionally easy, but against another person, the limited roster and move sets force fighting game aficionados to really think about what they are doing.
Fun superhero brawler on Kinect with no blood or gore.
Common Sense Media
12 January 2013
Summary: Parents need to know Marvel Avengers Battle for Earth is a "Teen"-rated fighting game with plenty of violence between its characters of comic book superheroes and menacing villains. Kids act out the attacks in front of the TV and the characters perform them in the game. There is no blood or gore, though. Some of the female characters wear tight clothing that reveals tight buttocks and busty cleavage -- not unlike most female characters in comic books.
Summary: Though it's good to see a fighter that anybody can play, Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth takes simplification just a few steps too far. The core gameplay is fun in short sessions, and there's a decent amount of content and care taken, but after a while the battles become overly-similar and begin to grate. With more variety this could have been a super power, but in its present form the concept lacks a certain punch.
Summary: The Avengers : Battle for Earth est l’exemple parfait du jeu exploitant une licence bankable, mais l’exploitant mal. Si le titre part avec de bonnes idées, la pauvreté de son gameplay le rend ennuyeux, et la narration du scénario n’est absolument pas là pour rattraper le tout. Fan ou non, l’achat du titre, proposé à 50 euros neuf lors de son lancement, est clairement déconseillé.
Pros: L’univers Marvel, Quelques défis
Cons: Gameplay mal fichu, Histoire au second plan, Difficulté trop faible, Mode campagne court et inintéressant