Scheid namen met een komma.
Discussie in 'Games' gestart door RO3Li, 13 jun 2017.
En Haggar is een eindbaas.
Nog 1,5week, zijn er nog meer mensen die erop wachten?
Yes! Heb de game, Deluxe Edition, in de pre-order staan.
It’s hard to deny how much of a blemish Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite’s visuals are, but it would still be a mistake to skip this entry for that reason alone. The fast tagging system and the Infinity Stones change up the series’ standard mechanics and open up so many options for creative play, no matter your skill level. Infinite is expressive, exciting and fun to play, but the visuals inspire more eyerolls than the hype this series deserves.
IGN- 7.7 (Reviewed by Darry)
While Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite’s tag-team fights are like a bolt of lightning from Mjolnir, its story is dreadful and its characters look like they were deliberately designed to spawn a million derpy memes. It manages to be easily one of the worst and also one of the best fighting games in recent memory all at once. Like its heroes and villains, it’s stuck between two worlds.
Gamespot (Review in Progress)- 8
Nevertheless, the mechanics underlying Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite make it an outstanding fighting game. Capcom has understood what caused the stagnation of Marvel Vs. Capcom 3's competitive scene and, to some extent, the issues Street Fighter V currently faces. In response it has created a fighting game focused on individuality and expression, with deep systems that reward studious players but also accommodate casuals. As someone who both plays and watches fighting games, I am excited to see what the future holds for Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite.
Game Informer- 8.25
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is a fighting game that tries to appeal to everyone, and it largely succeeds (unless you’re a die-hard Wolverine fan). I occasionally cringed at the bad one-liners, but I also giggled with absurd joy every time photojournalist Frank West tossed a demigod like Thanos across a dilapidated space station. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite isn’t trying to be taken seriously; it’s a series of geeky what-if scenarios that play out in spectacular aerial battles. After I embraced that, I had a lot of fun.
US Gamer- 3.5/5
I came away from Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite generally enjoying the game. I think most of the players that liked Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 will be right at home here. I just feel more needed to be done to differentiate the game from its predecessor, especially in the roster department, which is a fighter's bread-and-butter. In many ways, this is a sequel, but when it comes to the roster overall, MvC Infinite feels like disappointing retread of what came before. So it's recommended for fighting fans, but temper your expectations accordingly
WCCF Tech- 7.9
Even with all my complaints, I couldn’t help but enjoy my time with Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. I really, really enjoy playing the game and playing with the variety of characters - it’s just a shame that when combining two amazing universes such as Capcom and Marvel so much feels restrained or held back. Infinite might be the next big esports fighter, but this feels like a rough launch.
">Gadgets 360 - 6/10
God is a Geek - 8/10
Metro - 8
Playstation Lifestyle - 8.5
GamesRadar — 3/5
VG24/7- No Score
I still recommend Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite then, in spite of its slightly cheap feel. It gets the important stuff right, with its tag-team combat feeling as fresh, crazy and exciting as ever – and as a bonus, this game clearly has a bright competitive future too. If Capcom’s record with SF5 is anything to go by the game might see significant improves over time also, but understand going in that the budget here isn’t going to feel Marvel Cinematic Universe appropriate. MVCI is more of a B-movie, but it rocks that style with confidence, at least.
Hardcore Gamer - 3.5/5
Push Square: No score, in progress
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is more complete than Street Fighter V, and its accessible bouts fare favourably – even though they’re likely to divide long-time franchise fans. But this package lacks the polish that you’d expect from such a high-profile title, and even accounting for its forgettable story, it still winds up feeling light. While it’s all largely agreeable, we’re yet to be convinced that this title is a knockout – let alone a Hyper Combo finish.
Reviewed it for ACG Rated it a Buy but barely.
Ben benieuwd. Morgen, eerst even werken, gelijk even spelen. Heb UMVC 3 op disc (PS4) dus die ga ik zo nog even doen.
Game preloaded op de pc : check
Arcadesticks klaar : check
Morgenavond flink los en gelukkig vroeg weekend deze week op een woensdag speciaal vrijgekomen dus los met die game. kan niet meer wachten, toch een hoop goede review scores.
Gelukkig zijn de gevechten goed, al ben ik het met Eurogamer eens dat de grafische stijl mij met elk nieuw deel minder aanspreekt.
"So, like so many Capcom fighting games, the actually fighting is superb. But like so many Capcom fighting games, everything else is either pointless, budget or just outright annoying. Playing Infinite, I craved a bit of NetherRealm. Why not have some cool stuff for the single-player to do? Why not have meaningful tutorials? Why not have character faces that don't look like they were dragged out of the bins outside Madam Toussauds?
In Infinite's story mode, Dead Rising photojournalist Frank West is charged with fighting Marvel supervillain Thanos. "Woah woah woah, you want me to go up against him?!" he protests. "He'll kill me!"
Iron Man retorts: "Well, they say journalism's a dying profession."
Well, if it weren't for Infinite's great combat, I'd have worried more about Marvel vs. Capcom, Tony."
De game is 19 euro bij Yourgamezone.nl als deel van black friday deals.