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It’s been over a year since Marvel’s Avengers came out and surprised everyone with its… mediocre quality. Square Enix’s attempt to bring the “great” brand of modern entertainment to the video game model has resulted in a lifeless, indifferent product with all the qualities we know about products of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
And just like that, fans think that putting Marvel in Square Enix’s hands is like “giving eggs to evil”, and they calmly don’t care about any Marvel-named projects from Square Enix anymore.
Every card seems to be dealing with Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, a game from Square Enix that also looks “same” as the Avengers at first glance.
The difference is that it fulfills the promise of a classic single-player experience, and at the same time proves that: never doubt Eidos-Montréal, the team behind the Deus Ex: Human series. Revolution and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided!
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a game with a classic adventure DNA, with each level divided into chapters like a TV episode, the gameplay is mixed with spices and just enough to last for 18 hours, and the same story takes many features from the two James Gunn films and is told in a familiar tone.
You are Star-Lord, and even if you don’t look as handsome as Chris Pratt, you will still have to keep the small “family” aboard the Milano from falling apart, while solving a sinister plot that wants to devour the entire Andromeda galaxy and its beloved Peter Quill, Gamora, Rocket, Drax, and Groot.
Despite the confusing sci-fi concepts of the Marvel universe, the overall story of the game is still centered around the message about blood, the nature of our hearts, and how we are cut ties with the past.
The premise of the game is simple: a cult of super fanatics spreads false promises to all the inhabitants of the Andromeda galaxy that they will see their dead loved ones again, and the first victim is a woman baby is likely to be the “illegitimate child” of Star-Lord.
Even if the Guardians quarrel over the smallest of reasons, their journey continues thanks to a common goal inspired by sympathy, not personal benefit.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy once again tells a story about individuals who are always afraid in body and mind, how they accept the people close to them, to once again fill the void inside with the presence of representatives of affection, love, and friendship.
On the other hand, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy also “shows off” quite a bit of the weirdness of the Marvel universe when we fly out to Earth. Not only does it have planets with incredible ecosystems, but many strange creatures enough to build three new Mass Effect games (which include a camel that likes… to spit and react when listening to the tune of Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy”), but also a Golden Retriever dressed as an astronaut and communicating in a Soviet voice telepathically; Just as a venerable being said to be the most powerful in the universe, always talks as if he were a dictionary of Shakespeare, if not for lost words his words would rhyme more than poetry.
At 20 hours, plus the freedom of Marvel’s massive cast of characters, Eidos Montreal tells a truly full story. It moderates the sudden burst of laughter compared to the two films and lets the emotional moments settle down just enough, giving a certain weight to characters like Peter, Drax, and Mantis, though we still Some of their personalities from the MCU can be seen glimmering nearby.
The most amazing point, the main and supporting characters like Nikki, Cosmo, Adam Warlock, Lady Hellbender, and Raker also adorn the game’s content with A-class acting and voice acting, on par with The Last of Us Part 2 or Red Dead Redemption 2.
Not only is the game’s content presented through traditional cutscenes, but the player – as Star-Lord – can also make choices that correspond to a simple Telltale Games-style cause-and-effect system.
Some options are purely morale-boosting, others can bring certain minor characters back in the final chapters, and of course, teammates will be grateful if you remember them even when they’re not beside. The system isn’t as complex as Mass Effect, but it has enough important ramifications for players to consider Peter’s relationships.
Because of the “half action – half visual novel” nature of the gameplay, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy looks a bit like… a kaleidoscope. It has a lot of game mechanics both short-term and long-term, most of them appear to “decorate” more for the gameplay, not to serve the purpose of telling stories or arousing the player’s emotions with features of the game.
Each character has a special move that unlocks at a certain point in the game content, rather than requiring you to “earn” resources to unlock. The skins are hidden behind simple dancing/climbing segments, not in the “Challenge” or worse, “Shop”. Peter can unlock 15 special skills, but they fit into a simple upgrade menu rather than overlapping on the skill tree with the motto “allowing you to shape your play style”.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has little “redundancy” like that, its gameplay is not deep and complicated because it is completely “counter-trend” to most modern AAA games designed to stretch playing time – especially Marvel’s Avengers.
The action aspect of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy also follows that ethos. The ability to unleash endless rounds of bullets on all walking objects and four types of elemental ammunition helps Star-Lord to master any situation, but the real crux of the gameplay lies in teammates ready to strike at his command.
Watching Groot tie every target to the ground for Rocket to throw a grenade to explode everything in an instant has never been boring, adding a score bar that runs like a lottery with words like “Fantastic!”, “Marvelous!” More reminiscent of V’s extremely addictive execution-implementation gameplay in Devil May Cry 5.
The absence of the “redundant” is both a strength and a weakness of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
A traditional single-player game will have different tricks up its sleeve to personalize the specific levels it wants to emphasize, like Titanfall 2’s “time-travel” parkour, or, most recently, the pitch. Helmut Fullbear’s acid-tinged performance in Psychonauts 2.
However, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy does not have such highlights.
After chapter 11, you will realize that the structure of each chapter is not different, it is still just a loop of running, climbing, fighting, and using Peter’s elemental bullets to pave the way – sometimes thanks to Gamora cutting tree roots, Drax punching cracks in rocks, Groot creating bridges to the other side. It’s very predictable and repeatable, and if you don’t care about the game’s characters by that point, the game will have a hard time keeping you.
This problem also repeats with the game’s combat mechanics. Because it is quite easy, even if you have many options to “treat” the enemy, the game will not punish you if you do not do the right combo for each field, what you are wasting is just time. There are some interesting interactions for certain types of enemies such as Drax being able to hug and pin a reptile down, revealing a weak spot under the stomach for you to shoot, but for the most part, you can completely “spam” ” arbitrary combo can pass the level easily.
Finally, if you intend to experience Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, you should probably wait another 2 or 3 months, at least for PC.
The game has countless petty bugs that appear with dense frequency in the final chapters. They just stop at the point where the button is stuck on the screen, or the NPC stays in place and only appears when you activate the next cutscene, without too many problems that seriously affect the experience and can often be resolved by reloading the checkpoint, but the game needs one or two more patches before it can be considered technically sound.
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