Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite
Summary: Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite feels the same as what came before and makes smart changes to invite new players in. If only the graphical style and lacking roster were as inviting.
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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is by far the weakest entry of the series. Everything from the roster to the mechanics to even the graphics are a huge step back, making it an easy pass for all but the most diehard fighting game fan.
Capcom is like a student who barely passed the Street Fighter and now is doing much better only it's still not enough. If there are more Marvel vs. Capcom games to come, we might see a better roaster of characters as Disney has acquired Fox.
Review in Persian | Read full review
This game doesn't feel like the next game in a long running series. This feels like a brand new game that exists only to promote the Marvel Cinematic Universe
For some hardcore fans and for some casual players, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite will do the job. The online and training modes are there for the former, whilst the arcade and accessible gameplay is there for the latter, but it doesn't make an effort to go all out and do all it can for both sets of players. Add to this the inexcusable locking out of characters as DLC, the weak overall roster, and rubbish presentation, and it is clear Capcom didn't want to put the effort into what could have been a great revival for the series. No doubt Infinite will still have appeal when it comes to the esports scene, but in the face of stiff competition, this one is likely to fall by the wayside before too long.
The game offers a different experience than we used to have and experience that we can say with ease that it is lite and beautiful and help you relieve the nervous pressure that you will feel as a result of some other games or other life concerns, there was too much space for development and a large space to add other play stages and more uses For the stones of strength and combat arenas but as they say what could have been better than it would have been and this game will remain one of the games that you can you play with your children or your little brothers without fear of inappropriate content, of course, after you take into account it's a fighting game in the first place.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite is one of the best fighters of the year on a pure gameplay standpoint, the Story Mode may be utter guff and the visuals are incredibly mediocre but when it comes down to it, the core combat and online component are so addictive that you can sink hours into the characters and stones and still be finding new combos and set-ups.
After spending a fair bit of time with the many fighting games that have released this year, it’s fair to say Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is both slacking and lacking in comparison.
If I was to score the game purely from a gameplay perspective, it would pass with high scores and party poppers an all, but as an overall package and almost dead upon arrival online community, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is not only a huge missed opportunity
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
After Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite released, many critics blamed and some admired it. Newly added features and changing battle system to 2 vs 2 tag team fighting helped the game to present decent gameplay and amazed all of its followers. On the other hand, some reviewers criticized the game for its poor and unacceptable visuals. Yet, in my opinion, Marvel vs Capcom: infinite is still a valuable game carrying its unique charms.
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