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Marvel’s Midnight Suns 


I am very thankful my dad had the money to purchase a copy of Marvel’s Midnight Suns on the Xbox Series X. This a turn based strategy role playing video game where we attack and heal with cards. I do not like card games. Marvel’s Midnight Suns does not change my opinion on that either. We do get better cards after completing missions and by spending Gamma Coils. We get the Gamma Coils from the missions as well. It is just so random and clunky.

The issues families will have with Marvel’s Midnight Suns are blood, violence, bad language, lack of attire, enticement to lust, magic, occult, demons, and more. We take some pretty bad people and fight against even worse people. Many of the characters in Marvel’s Midnight Suns have interesting and different designs. Spider-Man is cool for example. Captain Marvel does not look right to me. Blade looks pretty angry most of the time in Marvel’s Midnight Suns. There are plenty of cut scenes in Marvel’s Midnight Suns that explain the story.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is done in a 3rd person perspective when we are going around the areas. We interact with a variety of characters while we build our army to battle against Lilith. She goes around recruiting for her army as well. There is one really cool thing we can do in the battles in Marvel’s Midnight Suns. We can knock one character into another character. Both of them take damage. In fact when I fought Sabretooth I kept knocking the Sabretooth into the reinforcements. The reinforcements would be taken out and Sabretooth took some damage.

I hope you were able to catch some of the live streams I did of Marvel’s Midnight Suns. If you missed them then you can go to the videos section of the Family Friendly Gaming website to catch up on them. There are good moments, bad moments, frustrating moments, and more playing Marvel’s Midnight Suns. I like the turn based strategy role playing elements of Marvel’s Midnight Suns. I like the different ways we can interact with the environment in Marvel’s Midnight Suns. I like all these different characters. I do not like the cards.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is on the high end of the thirteen and older rating in my opinion. There is dark occult magic in this game that could cause some believers to stumble. I do not recommend this video game.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 55%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: 2K
Developer: Firaxis Games
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Violence, Mild Blood, Language}

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