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Submitted by mcroberts 695d ago | review

Marvel Super Hero Squad Online Review - Midlife Gamer

Type40_Dashboxer says:"Marvel Super Hero Squad Online is a child friendly Freemium MMORPG from Gazillion Entertainment. You play as cute cartoon versions of your favourite Marvel heroes, from the Avengers, to the X Men along with Deadpool, Spiderman, Blade, Ghost Rider – they’re all here in child friendly form.

The game runs on the cross platform Unity engine and I must confess at this point that my experience with the game has been marred somewhat by a Firefox plug in container failure that would kick in and cause the game to crash after about 15 minutes, despite me ensuring that everything was up to date. A quick Google search tells me I’m not the only one. Despite running in a browser, there is an option to install some files, but this didn’t seem to have any effect on preventing the game from crashing. I also suffered a number of connection issues, which in itself is pretty unusual for me." (Marvel Superhero Squad Online, PC) 6/10

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