Reviews and Problems with Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet
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Matt from SD, Amazon
24 April 2014
Summary: My son loves all things video games and Marvel. He received this as an Easter present and he said that the game was not that great. He enjoys all the LEGO games so I thought that he would have loved this, but NO. Stick with the LEGO video games, they are well done and kids love them.
Summary: The controls are loos and the game at times was frustrating to play by your self the computer partner would half of the time stand there while you would be trying to accomplish a task and not protect you. We would have to play two players to even advance on some of the levels. Poor game all around.
Summary: After playing Darksider's II, I needed something 'light' to play. I was very aware of this being a game geared towards kids, so I thought it would be the perfect game to kill some time and have a little fun. Boy oh boy was I wrong... Warning: If you're some type of Infinite Gauntlet apologist or fanboy, you may wanna turn away because this is gonna get ugly. Combat - Sure, I didn't expect much to begin with, but I had no idea it would be this pitiful.
Summary: The `kids' computer game market is dominated by the Wii, but for every top title on Nintendo's dual GameCube, there are exactly 1099 pieces of shovelware. The 360 and PS3 have their fair share of poor games, but not as many of them are cheap cash-ins based on children's TV/books/films. This is about to be addressed with `Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet', based on a kids TV cartoon I have never seen.
Conclusion: Not a great game but was kinda fun playing through with my little brother. Similar to the Lego games just not as good. single player would be worse but in co-op it's ok and easyish trophies to unlock.