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Submitted by Lucario 969d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Avengers: Battle For Earth Review

DHGF: While no one will ever accuse Avengers: Battle From Earth of suffering from SNK End Boss Syndrome, it’s still a pretty fun game that completely redefines how we think of and play fighting games. The A.I. is exceptionally easy, but against another person, the limited roster and move sets force fighting game aficionados to really think about what they are doing. Every move has a tell, as well as a counter which means you have to be as fast with your wits as you are with your hands. Arcade mode is a one and done affair, but Campaign and Challenges will keep you busy for many an hour as you while away the time trying to complete them. It’s not the greatest fighting game ever made, or of the year, or even for the Wii U, but it’s a fun game that make fine use of the license and makes excellent use of the Wii U’s control options. What more can you ask more – besides a little more challenge I mean? (Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth, Wii U) -

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