Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite
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Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite reuses a lot of old content and doesn’t keep up with modern day fighting games. The mission mode is great, the story and arcade are not. The character designs are the ugliest I have ever seen in a fighting game. They look nothing like the original characters. It’s as if Capcom intentionally tried to make them as ugly as possible. It’s an okay fighting game for younger audiences, easy to learn due to simple move lists, but hard to master due to countless combo possibilities. If you’re a fan of the series it’s worth a look, otherwise stick with more modern fighting games.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is an decent fighting game, but at the same time it has a number of major flaws. You can definitely find better games on the market.
Review in Czech | Read full review
There’s a fantastic game in there, but you have to be willing to dig past its flaws to really appreciate it.
A flawed but fun fusion of two drastically different universes provides a unique arcade style fighting experience
Despite some creditable gameplay changes Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite doesn't really offer something that stands out from their competitors. Hardcore Fans will still find some of their fan favorites in the upcoming DLCs but in it's current form we can't recommend this game.
Review in German | Read full review
With this new episode, Marvel vs Capcom Infinite retains its core elements while drastically modifying certain gameplay features in order to seduce as many newcomers as possible. While it might lose some of its core identity, the series gains however in a boost of accessibility, but I wish more work was done on the visual side of the game, especially when it comes to its roster which can be considered a little weak in comparison to previous entries in the franchise.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is a hard game to recommend, especially if you’re just looking for some casual fun. The best decision you can make is wait for further updates to the game and spend your money elsewhere.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is an addition to a series that adds deeper gameplay mechanics at the removal of some of the characters and aesthetic that made the game popular in the first place.
“With the exclusion of the X-men, the game feels like it’s missing some of the charm it once had”
Poor visuals, a weak roster and an awkward story mean that the best parts of this game don't come through at first. The foundation is there, but unfortunately Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite falls short of what it needs to be great.