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Marvel vs Capcom Infinite surprised me. I actually enjoyed playing this fighting game. Too bad Capcom failed Family Friendly Gaming Universe. Marvel vs Capcom Infinite might have sold better if they had provided us a reviewable copy. Older members of the family can now enjoy Marvel vs Capcom Infinite for a really low price since this game flopped so badly at retail.

The modes available in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite are Story, Battle, Training, Mission Mode, Collection, and Settings. There are thirty-six characters in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. The storyline is interesting, and there are plenty of great looking cut scenes that were engaging.

The issues families will have with Marvel vs Capcom Infinite are violence, blood, nudity, lack of attire, entirement to lust, bad language, false gods, long loading, voices being off, glitches, and more. There are some funny comments in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. There are also some sexual ones. Marvel vs Capcom Infinite had a massive file update. There are online game modes for those that like to battle others online. That may get removed at some near future date. I don’t play online so it does not impact me.

The merger of the two universes is interesting and done well. I love how the different characters interact in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. Ryu and Hulk together are an interesting pair to say the least. The Infinity Stones are extremely powerful in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite.

The battling is generally simplistic in my opinion. Certain attacks are better to use. The smaller characters are generally weaker and lamer characters in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. The ability to combo repeatedly to a point will either help you or harm you depending which side you are on. Ultron Sigma makes an interesting bad guy in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. If you can find Marvel vs Capcom Infinite for between ten to twenty dollars it should be worth it for the story mode alone.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sounds: 65%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PC/Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Mild Blood, Mild Language, Partial Nudity, Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol, Violence}

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