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Submitted by jjdoyle 886d ago | review

'Marvel Avengers Battle For Earth' Review - MTV Multiplayer

"Everything you need to know about the weird disconnect at the heart of Ubisoft's "Marvel Avengers Battle For Earth" can be found in the review package the publisher sent along for the Kinect release. The T-rated motion-controlled fighting game included a pair of those rubber Hulk hands you may or may not see kids smacking each other around with.

What do I, allegedly a grown man, need with a pair of Hulk hands? I mean, sure they're fun to slip on, and alright, I posed for them in a couple of pictures, but who wouldn't? Alright, so maybe I'm loving the fact that I have a pair of the Hulk hands, but so it goes with the game: with its shallow fighting mechanics and barely-there storytelling, it doesn't make sense that this is a T-rated game, and might not offer much for that audience beyond a few furious opening minutes. But this is a game aimed squarely at younger players, and I'm not really sure how "Marvel Avengers Battle For Earth" squeaked out of Ubisoft HQ with a T instead of an E.", writes MTV Multiplayer. (Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth, Xbox 360) -

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