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Review: Marvel's Avengers Is The 'Age of Ultron' of Marvel Games

Source: Marvel’s Avengers / PS4 Share

Crystal Dynamic’s Marvel’s Avengers was easily one of the year’s most highly-anticipated games. Like the popular Disney/Marvel Studios’ films, there was a lot of hype to live up to. So that just leaves the million-dollar question, is the game worth your money and time?

Yes, I know the game came out on September 4th, but before posting my thoughts on the game, I wanted to dig deep into it before rendering an opinion. Marvel’s Avengers is a huge undertaking that deserves a fair critique, and now that I have had a substantial amount of time with the game, I feel I can give an honest opinion on it.

Marvel's Avengers

Source: Marvel’s Avengers / PS4 Share

Before you hop in the multiplayer dubbed the “Avengers Initiative,” you will embark on the game’s roughly 10-hour Reassemble campaign and this where Marvel’s Avengers wins easily, thanks to excellent

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The ‘Avengers’ Endgame Grind Doesn’t Work Yet For A Few Reasons

I am deep down the Avengers rabbit hole now, having completed literally everything the game has to offer as I finally got through the Mega Hive this week. While I’m still playing and grinding, I have come to realize that a number of things don’t work about the endgame, and will need to be on the “priority fix” list that Crystal Dynamics is working their way through (admittedly very fast!).

Some of these are bugs, some of these are purposeful decisions that limit the potential of a satisfying endgame grind. And for the record yes, at about 120 hours into this game with six level 50 characters and half above 145, I still have not gotten even a single exotic yet.

Exotic Sources

This is a main problem. Right now the Mega Hive is your best shot at an exotic, and even though drops for it have reportedly

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Enormous Marvel’s Avengers Update Patches Literally A Thousand Issues

Marvel’s Avengers has had a tough launch. The game has endeared itself to players with a strong story and a pretty fun post-campaign live game component–even though the two parts didn’t really gel–but it’s been plagued with bugs since its release. With a new update, developer Crystal Dynamics is hoping to clear out the infestation, claiming to address more than 1,000 issues. Some of these are relatively small, while other fixes are for game-breaking bugs.

As Crystal Dynamics notes on the Avengers website, Update 1.3.0 is the first big patch since Avengers’ launch, built in response to bug reports it has received from players on Reddit and elsewhere. The focus is mostly on bugs at this point, with quality-of-life changes coming down the line in later updates. For the time being, though, there are a lot of bugs to patch, ranging from weird graphical issues to major problems.

Avengers’ biggest

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