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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 675d ago | review

Marvel Heroes Review - The Digital Fix

The slew of MMOs on today’s market is dominated by the three Clans of Nerdom - sci-fi (EVE, Star Wars), fantasy (WoW, Guild Wars 2) and comic book (DC Online, Champions Online). Enter Marvel Heroes, a potential leviathan of the genre with the backing of (perhaps) the greatest comic industry player of all time. Who wouldn’t want to play as Wolverine, Hulk or Iron Man? The bevy of hugely successful Marvel films in the past decade has helped introduce Marvel lore to new a generation, and better yet the entire game - bar some features as we’ll see later - are free to play (F2P). The result is a solid game which is free to try and, if you like, buy (Marvel Heroes, PC) 7/10

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