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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy | Gameplay First Look

Get a taste of what it’s like to lead a group of legendary misfits as Star-Lord, in this 10-minute first look at gameplay from Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy!

In this section of the game, the Guardians hatch a scheme to rip-off the monster queen Lady Hellbender. They blast off to her planet Seknarf 9, where a rough landing awaits them. And then some. Wait, what was the plan again?

Paleblood1079d ago

I like that is a single player game and not a Gass.

KeyAppearance1079d ago (Edited 1079d ago )

I am beyond happy they didn’t lazily throw in co-op just because it's got multiple characters. It is a shame that hearing terms like “Single-Player" and "Story-Driven” are a rare selling point for me these days.

Can’t wait!

CrimsonWing691079d ago (Edited 1079d ago )

Man… this game looks pretty bad to me. Star Lord is really the one I have the hardest time with. The voice acting feels more try-hard and cringe. I think that’s the problem when you have such an amazing film cast that anyone who can’t pull it off it just sounds like knock-offs doing it, it just falls flat. The environments look too open with little to nothing interesting in them. Like the art direction isn’t compelling. Then the gunplay looks budget looking. (I can’t believe I’m about to say this) If you look at Avegers’ battles compared to this there’s something just really off and almost alpha looking. It just isn’t clicking with me at all.

Darkborn1079d ago

I thought it was going to be announced as switch exclusive myself. It looked really bad.

kneon1079d ago

You can see they are trying for the humour and charm of the films, but at least from this trailer they seem to have missed the target.

Inverno1079d ago

*turns on mps3 player* *old upbeat song starts to play* *absolutely nothing spectacular proceeds to happen* truly captures the chaotic excitement of the movies

senorfartcushion1079d ago

The movies are just OK anyway, they’re hardly Shakespeare after-all.

Though Shakespeare was seen as very blockbuster-y back in his day, we contemporaries have a very solid idea of what is dumb storytelling and the blockbuster movie is that.