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Marvel’s Avengers

Assemble your team of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, embrace your powers, and live your Super Hero dreams. Marvel’s Avengers is an epic, third-person, action-adventure game that combines an original, cinematic story with single-player and co-operative gameplay*. Assemble into a team of up to four players online, master extraordinary abilities, customize a growing roster of Heroes, and defend the Earth from escalating threats. Marvel’s Avengers begins at A-Day, where Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Black Widow, and Thor are unveiling a new, hi-tech Avengers Headquarters in San Francisco. The celebration turns deadly when a mysterious enemy causes a catastrophic accident which results in massive devastation. Blamed for the tragedy, the Avengers disband. Five years later, with all Super Heroes outlawed and the world in peril, a sprawling adventure ignites when a determined young woman named Kamala Khan sets out to reassemble and rebuild the Avengers to stop the unchecked power of the secretive new force known as AIM. Marvel’s Avengers continues the epic journey with new Heroes and new narrative delivered on an ongoing basis, for the definitive Avengers gaming experience.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

its alright, but I miss Marvel Heroes Omega that was more fun.

Review from Steam

I don't know man i just want ultimate alliance 1-3 on steam

Review from Steam

---{ Graphics }---
☐ You forget what reality is
☐ Beautiful
☑ Good
☐ Decent
☐ Bad
☐ Don‘t look too long at it
☐ MS-DOS
---{ Gameplay }---
☐ Very good
☐ Good
☑ It's just gameplay
☐ Mehh
☐ Watch paint dry instead
☐ Just don't
---{ Audio }---
☐ Eargasm
☑ Very good
☐ Good
☐ Not too bad
☐ Bad
☐ I'm now deaf
---{ Audience }---
☑ Kids
☑ Teens
☐ Adults
☐ Grandma
---{ PC Requirements }---
☐ Check if you can run paint
☐ Potato
☑ Decent
☐ Fast
☐ Rich boi
☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer
---{ Difficulty }---
☐ Just press 'W'
☐ Easy
☑ Easy to learn / Hard to master
☐ Significant brain usage
☐ Difficult
☐ Dark Souls
---{ Grind }---
☐ Nothing to grind
☐ Only if u care about leaderboards/ranks
☐ Isn't necessary to progress
☐ Average grind level
☐ Too much grind
☑ You'll need a second live for grinding
---{ Story }---
☐ No Story
☐ Some lore
☑ Average
☐ Good
☐ Lovely
☐ It'll replace your life
---{ Game Time }---
☐ Long enough for a cup of coffee
☐ Short
☑ Average
☐ Long
☐ To infinity and beyond
---{ Price }---
☐ It's free!
☐ Worth the price
☑ If it's on sale
☐ If u have some spare money left
☐ Not recommended
☐ You could also just burn your money
---{ Bugs }---
☐ Never heard of
☐ Minor bugs
☑ Can get annoying
☐ ARK: Survival Evolved
☐ The game itself is a big terrarium for bugs
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☐ 10

Review from Steam

Currently, this game has a ‘Mixed’ rating on Steam, and that perfectly sums up Marvel’s Avengers for me.
Marvel’s Avengers is a game I am enjoying currently, but would not recommend unless you have the following:
1. Fandom towards Marvel properties
2. A degree of tolerance for bugs
3. Patience for content and fixes
The single player main campaign is enjoyable enough as are the DLCs released so far, it’s typical Marvel fare so if you enjoy the MCU (and/or even the comics), you’ll certainly enjoy this except for a few unbelievable plot points here and there (hint: “SCOUR THE EARTH, you will never find our lab!” is where you will find one of them).
At the end of the campaign, there is the online Avengers Initiative, which you can play alone or with somebody. Not many people play this game on Steam as far as I can tell (but hey if anyone is there who wants to play the game with me, hit me up!) But so far I am having a good time playing alone. I’m leveling up the character and gear levels at my own pace, so it has been an enjoyable way of passing the time. Of course the real question is what to do after finishing that. But with my pace it will be long while, and hopefully the developers figure out a way to satisfy that requirement soon with story and character DLCs.
There is an enjoyable feedback loop when you pick a Marvel character and battle bad guys that’s very hard to describe accurately. The punches, the ranged blasts, and the takedowns all feel very satisfying to pull off. When you defeat the final enemy (be it a boss or the last enemy NPC) feels good.
Graphics is one place I cannot give a fair review as I am playing on my GTX 1050Ti and I had to lower the settings quite considerably. At high settings, I get an intolerable frame drop. But they are good for what they are, even at lower settings. Graphics are usually a deal-breaker for me, but the feedback loop I explained above probably is the main reason for tolerating the graphics degradation.
There is always content coming for this game. Maybe not timely, but there is. The DLCs featuring the Hawkeyes and Black Panther have been very good story-wise, as well as hero-wise (although having two archer-type characters as playable is a little baffling; I am always gonna go with the OG archer). And from online chatter more characters and stories are incoming.
And there is something enjoyable about having friends together to bash villains up. There should have been an offline co-op support for this game.
Of course, my most disliked feature of Marvel’s Avengers is of course, the micro-transactions. If it were a free game, I would grudgingly tolerate it. But as I have already paid for this game, this is just more siphoning on top of it. While it gets somewhat stale to see the same takedowns again and again, paying for a variety of animations just feels wrong. At least with costumes, it is understandable to implement a transaction model there, as they fit the definition of true cosmetics.
The other complaints I have about this game is the boss and enemy variety. Hopefully with more content releases that complaint gets addressed.
Online, you will see chatter about balance issues, and raid issues. I am mainly a casual player so these issues have not affected me. So this might be a concern if you are a hardcore meta-player, or not if you are like me.
This game currently somewhat fills the void that ‘Marvel Heroes’ left for me. It was an action multiplayer RPG game with an isometric camera view that had way more heroes and enemy varieties than Avengers, until it was shut down in 2017. There was a similar feedback loop there, but Avengers has probably the better game-play. Still it has many more levels to go to completely fill Marvel Heroes’ shoes.
You will see a lot of doom and gloom chatter, but I am one of the few who are optimistic. My only concern is that it should not fall on the wayside suddenly like how Marvel Heroes did.
Just don’t get this game at full price.
Since Marvel’s Avengers follows a 'Game As A Service' model, my review will also probably evolve over time. Once more content and changes comes in, this review will get updated.
TL;DR: A mixed Marvel gaming experience, strengthened by its enjoyable combat feedback loop but mitigated by its micro-transaction model. But if you are a Marvel fan, get this game at a discounted price and you won’t regret it.
Now if I can only get my nephew to come play this game with me more often than he does Fortnite…

Review from Steam

May God forgive me, I'm having fun playing Marvel Avengers.

Review from Steam

Buy this game if you:
- like action/brawler games (God Of War, Devil May Cry, Batman Arkham Series)
- are a fan of Marvel´s comics, movies or animated series
- want to play a superhero game with a cool story, awesome graphics, and excellent combat
Don´t buy this game if you:
- want a well design and engaging endgame loop
- are looking for a good looter game to replace the one you are currently playing (Destiny, The Division, Borderlands)
- want a extremely polished game without any technical issues or glitches

Review from Steam

Marvel's Avengers has potential. It's not a perfect game but it can be. There is a well crafted story that does respect the 80+ years of Marvel Comics and handles these characters in a way the MCU hasn't. The game is heavy in the sense of grinding. You will be replaying the same mission over and over in order to get higher gear, skill points, and crafting items in order to upgrade a single character. The combat can be challenging in some missions so it will feel more rewarding when you finally beat that mission. The inclusion of new heroes and stories overtime is the main thing keeping me going back to this game. When I'm writing this, Black Panther is set to be added to the game in an update in the coming weeks. The addition of Kate Bishop and Hawkeye already has helped improve this game and gives new reasons to continue playing.
The variety of characters does let each mission play out differently when repeating missions. Hawkeye and Kate Bishop while both are archers still play differently with Kate having the ability to teleport. When playing as Hulk you don't play tactical, you'll spend most time throwing objects or smashing. As Thor and Iron Man you are given flight so you will be playing more ranged. Iron Man has three different ranged weapons so this lets you take different approaches for ranged fighting. Thor plays just as well ranged and close combat. He has the ability to pin enemies to the wall with his hammer to temporarily put one enemy out of the fight. Ms. Marvel and Captain America are both ranged yet close combat ground fighters. There isn't a strong tactical feel to either but they are both vastly different. Captain America has his shield for long range combat and he is also able to block gunfire. Ms. Marvel can grow in size which in close combat situations gives you an advantage in fighting larger AIM robots. Black Widow plays as a stealth fighter. While you can play long ranged, her best choice for combat is close range in melee. Black Widow's abilities let her shock opponents and stay invisible for stealth combat.