Marvel fans watched the reveal of approximately 37 remastered and fresh JRPGs at the Square Enix show to receive a glimpse at The Avengers, the newest Crystal Dynamics Provided A Little More Insight.

But while components of what was shown looked cool enough, I walked away from this debut feeling as though it was a And judging by the social media reaction, I do not think I'm alone.

Why does this game simply look kind ofof?d? I'm not talktalkingut conceptually, thought that is odd because we do not fully comprehend what genre this is. It appears vaguely games-as-service-ish, but also using a seemingly linear storyline effort, and it's not clear if anybody yesterday, we were revealed was meant to emulate actual gameplay.

But I mean it looked weird. Like those were Avengers that felt in Halloween costumes. What's the deal?

Part of this needs to be due to the MCU. We've been following the adventures of Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow, Captain America and Thor across a dozen films featuring them and Avengers Endgame, the farewell for the group, just debuted .

Unlike the rotating collection of BatmBatmanSpider-Men in movies over time, we just know Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, RDJ and Chris Hemsworth since the fundamental four (we have seen a few Hulks, admittedly), since the sole live-action variations of these we have seen outside of a poor'90s movie or two have been at the MCU. So to view new movement captured, otherwise voiced versions of them here, it just seems a bit...wrong.

I think that it's more complex than the MCU though. The Arkham series of rocksteady had variations of Batman and the Joker that no one can complain about since they had been voiced by Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill, both famed voice actors for those roles. You will find animated Avengers shows, sure, but not one with the storied history of Batman the Animated Series and its own spin-off films, so that option was not really on the table (Black Widow voice actress Laura Bailey has voiced her a few times, but most people would not know that).

No one appeared to have an issue with a totally new Peter Parker and Mary Jane in Insomniac's Spider-Man, the most case here is. It was almost the exact scenario as the Avengers here, and those adaptations were more or less instantly praised.

So I feel while this was not an issue whatsoever in Spider-Man the other half of the has to do with character design, as in, these costumes/faces here just don't look amazing. Captain America specifically looks like a character. The voice of Nolan North makes him seem like he is 20 although tony Stark seems about right. Thor reminds me of the scene in Thor: Ragnarok if Luke Hemsworth was playing with Thor in a play for Loki's entertainment.

Again, all of this is just some impressions, but first impressions is allaree need to proceed, considering that we saw nothing which seemed like drama, and the attention was on look and the cast of the Avengers. But even though this is a talented cast, there's just something that feels wrong about just finishing up ten decades of Avengers and having this game show up and be like"and today, take a look at these guys!" Which would feel weird no matter who had been cast, but it does not help that the cartoon looks a bit off too.

This game does not come out before springspring, will last to get polished. However, this is something we are going to need to get used to, and the fun of the sport itself will divert us and induce us to appreciate these.

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I'm a writer and illustrator. I did graduation in Journalism. For my Postgraduate thesis, I researched on Communicative Science and Disorder.