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Marvel Avengers Battle for Earth
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: My review of Marvel Avengers Battle for Earth may surprise some of our readers out there. They might wonder why a violent fighting game gets such a high score. I will do my best to explain that. First let me dry the sweat off my face with a towel. Marvel Avengers Battle for Earth gave me a work out.
Excerpt: Earlier this year, test footage of a canceled Avengers game leaked out that featured elements from a first person shooter as well as action adventure games like Uncharted. When that game never saw release, fans were left wondering just what a game starring Earth's Mightiest Heroes would be like.
Conclusion: I did not try the online versus mode. Overall score average: 6.2 Score-to-Star Translation Guide: 5 stars: 9.01 to 10 (out of 10) 4.5 stars: 8.01 to 9 4 stars: 7.01 to 8 3.5 stars: 6.01 to 7 3 stars: 5.01 to 6 2.5 stars: 4.01 to 5 2 stars: 3.01 to 4 1.5 stars: 2.01 to 3 1 star: 1.01 to 2 0.5 stars:...
Excerpt: Despite launching months after the blockbuster film, Avengers: Battle for Earth still captures a fair share of its entertainment value. The game’s based more on the comic-book universe than on the cinematic adaptation, with a plot that closely follows the Secret Invasion crossover from a few years...
Pros: + Accessible but empowering Kinect fighter., + Great comic-book look with many play options.
Conclusion: We all know that Kinect control is fundamentally flawed right now, but that doesn't stop Battle for Earth being a fun and playfully entertaining little brawler. It keeps things pretty simple, so you can pick it up quickly and have a blast in short bursts.
Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth (Xbox 360 Kinect) Review
Canadian Online Gamers
30 November 2012
Excerpt: Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth for the Kinect begins with a fantastic little animated scene where all the Marvel super heroes we have come to love are blasting away at each other and running amok in the streets of Manhattan.