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Submitted by LycanGav 586d ago | review

Hit-Reset Review: Marvel Heroes

Hit-Reset.co.uk Editor Gavin Robertson writes...

"For a F2P game, Marvel Heroes offers more than most. I finished the main story, admittedly too easily for my liking, without the need to spend a penny and not once did I feel the game was pushing the option to buy extras on me, something many F2P games are very guilty of. For an entry price of zero there’s certainly plenty of meat to chew through, and the end game content offers enough options that maxing out your chosen character isn’t a grindfest. However, in pursuit of that F2P model, it feels like Gazillion have made one too many concessions, sacrificing any real difficulty curve in order to draw in as many players as possible. While Marvel: Ultimate Alliance was never overly challenging, it still carried a need for a certain level of skill, a need to master the playstyle of specific characters. Now in Marvel Heroes you can simply plant your feet and hit an enemy until they die, regardless of whether you are playing as a tank. A pity, because it takes away significantly from my desire to return for another playthrough with a different character, which in reality is essential to realising profits on the F2P model." (Marvel Heroes, PC) 7/10

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