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Marvel's Midnight Suns

Firaxis Games, 2K Games
Dec 2, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Nintendo Switch

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8 / 10
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Marvel's Midnight Suns Trailers

Marvel's Midnight Suns | Darkness Falls Trailer | 2K thumbnail

Marvel's Midnight Suns | Darkness Falls Trailer | 2K

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Marvel's Midnight Suns | Deep Dive Gameplay Trailer

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Marvel's Midnight Suns - 'The Awakening' | Official Announcement Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Marvel's Midnight Suns

Marvel's Midnight Suns is an expansive tactical RPG that makes great use of card game mechanics to inject variety and unpredictability into its excellent combat.

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Who knew Sid Meier's protégés had a secret, and completely brilliant, Persona game in them?

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Marvel's Midnight Suns is rough around the edges, but its solid strategy mechanics and addicting team-building elements make it a compelling game.

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Great tactical fun nestled in a sweet-natured superhero dollhouse

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While it's undeniably a quirky mash-up of cards, tactics, and dating sims, Midnight Suns is a focused, well-structured, and fully realized experience. It doesn’t try to please everyone, but if you’re willing to go along for the ride, you’ll find a tactics game that shakes the foundation of the entire genre, along with one of the most compelling Marvel stories ever told.

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A fantastically idiosyncratic approach to both superheroes and turn-based strategy, that manages to remain perfectly accessible without ever talking down to its audience.

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"Life in the Abbey becomes something of a cross between XCOM 2 and Fire Emblem: Three Houses"

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For all its focus on supernatural magic and demonic threats, Midnight Suns is a fun-loving and thrilling ride. XCOM strategy fans won’t be disappointed; the format changes still result in a gratifying combat flow. But this is a more approachable and story-driven experience than Firaxis has previously attempted, filled with some of the most recognizable pop culture heroes of the moment. It’s big, boisterous, and a little bit silly at times, but just like the best of Marvel’s output in recent years, it’s also a rousing good time.

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