Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite

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Sep 18, 2017

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is full package, offering a fun Story Mode, online play, local Versus action, and a roster of 30 fighters. The issue is how many of those fighters are returning from the previous game, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. Even with the inclusion of the reality-warping Infinity Stones, Capcom can't change the reality that it feels like Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite needed more new blood.

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7.5 / 10.0
Sep 18, 2017

I feel like Capcom finally was able to settle on a formula that doesn't feel too experimental, while at the same time not being so safe that it's a bore. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is sterile on the surface, but a functional as hell fighter. I'm fine with that. Are you?

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7 / 10
Sep 20, 2017

It's always nice to see Marvel and Capcom working together on a fighting game and Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is still a great fighting game with neat ideas. Infinity Stones are a breath of fresh air, and going back to a less chaotic 2v2 format makes it more playable at a lower level, but ultimately some of the silliness and wonder has been sucked out of its DNA. For the hardcore audience, it'll still play wonderfully and I had fun, but casual players will find little to sing and dance about.

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86 / 100
Sep 18, 2017

Infinite is a great fighting game, which succeds in mixing both universes with a great combat system. Combat feels great, but it falls short on game modes and unlockables.

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7 / 10
Sep 18, 2017

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite has some noteworthy kinks, but for all of its warts, it still feels like a Marvel game at its core. And while it's not always pleasant to look at, it's still every bit as fun to play as its predecessors. Capcom even seems to have gone the extra mile with its netcode, as I experienced minimal lag during all of my online matches.

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7 / 10.0
Sep 24, 2017

The biggest leap that Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite has taken in comparison to the older installments is in the addition of gameplay elements that allow new players to enjoy the events of the title without getting frustrated while also providing the opportunity for more seasoned players to take advantage of their skills better with a roster of 30 playable characters and multiplayer competitions that don't have any technical problems. However, the game lacks a few popular characters and its campaign mode does not advance the story very much.

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7.8 / 10.0
Sep 21, 2017

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite offers a very good and funny gameplay, but the game lacks in contents, expecially if compared to a lot of other beat'em ups you can play this year.

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Unscored
Sep 18, 2017

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is more or less everything I'd hoped for as a fighting game nerd, but more casual players might find themselves wanting more.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 19, 2017

A good but not great beat'em up that does everything perfect inside of the ring, but doesn't offer enought variety outside of it.

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Sep 19, 2017

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite may have some flaws with its visuals and roster, but its gameplay is so strong that its not too hard to overlook them.

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