Recently, the latest creation of Idos Montreal Studio, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy adventure action game, has been released and various critics have commented on this work.
As the name implies, the game is set to offer a new take on the Guardians of the Galaxy superhero comic, which has become more and more popular with fans of Marvel's cinematic world these days. While all the famous characters in Guardians of the Galaxy movies are present in this game, players can only take control of the character of Peter Quill or the Star Lord.
Critics have reacted positively to this work so far. Square Enix could play a positive role in creating one of Marvel's superhero works. Currently, the average game score for the PlayStation 5 console is 81 in Metacritic, the average for the Xbox X-Series, which received the fewest reviews, is 83, and the average PC score is 77.
Kate Snchez, a reviewer for But Why Tho, wrote in a review of the game: "Yes, the gameplay is great, but for this game, the essence and everything depends on the characters. . It's about the importance of the small moments, the big moments and the moments between them. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is one of the best games of this year with its extraordinary humor and even more intimacy - Score: 9/10
Kim Snaith of GameSpew shared a similar comment about the game, writing:
" From a compelling soundtrack to brilliant characters you can't miss. Do not like, this is a tumultuous adventure in space that I would like to spend more time with. Ultimately, this is one of the best Marvel video games ever - Score: 10.8
On the other hand, critics have called the game's campaigns fascinating but at times boring. In particular, Alex Donald of VG247 from the VG247 site has stated that the way the Star Lord is controlled during the fights has not been as polished as he expected, although he is generally satisfied with the game and has a good score. Has given/5. He wrote:
"The main problem is that Star Lord's movements seem relatively sloppy and loose. This leads to a confused feeling that somehow matches what you expect from a rookie like Peter Quill who is upset with his rocket boots, but it often does not feel good. "This is especially evident when he makes double jumps." "Because game battles consist of multiple waves of enemies, learning how to use your team strengths together and use them in the most effective way becomes a challenge worth doing," he said.
Alex Donaldson says of the game's storytelling: "The narrative framework of the game's story is not stunning, but its foundation is strong enough. Is to let the story shine. You first need to understand what Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy has to say, but if you do, one of the best story games of the year awaits you. "Relax (or let go) of your brain, immerse yourself in the story, and then you will find many things to enjoy." Well written and really funny, it has done an amazing job of bringing any character to life. "The overall narrative is almost as intriguing as you would expect for a space adventure, and it will keep you entertained until the end of the game." Imran Khan of Fanbyte believes the game has tried Follow the same procedure as the Guardians of the Galaxy movies. However, he wrote in his review: "This game has definitely been able to show the same jokes and arguments that we expect from the Guardians of the Galaxy, and often the players are influential by their involvement in resolving the election season or even these jokes. Players who only experience playing Peter Quill are sometimes called upon to deliver an exciting speech. "Sometimes you end up messing up the speech in such a way that the rest of the team looks at Quill like a fool, and that fits perfectly with the humorous atmosphere of the game."
However, although he believes that the game has been able to depict the special atmosphere of the Guardians of the Galaxy well, he went on to say that he may experience this effect. Do not answer for everyone because of its inappropriate rhythm in the story. He wrote: "I noticed that in many moments of the game I stop at the bottom of the cliffs or go slowly towards my goal because the characters' dialogues are still going on and if something new happens, those dialogues suddenly stop. "Eventually I either lost a lot of dialogue or I had to pause my gameplay to let Gamora and Drax argue over whether or not either of these two situations felt good."<"I'm not sure what Guardians of the Galaxy wants to be," Eurogamer 's Vikki Blake wrote in a review. On the one hand, this is an incredibly accessible adventure presented in a family-friendly format that takes you on an enjoyable journey through some of the galaxy's most colorful climates with its action story. On the other hand, it has a very sophisticated combat system that requires a high degree of skill and rarely forgives your mistakes.
Finally, Annette Polis of Siliconera makes an interesting summary This game has provided that many critics will probably agree with it. He wrote:
"In the end, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy was what I wanted it to be. The classic sentiments of Guardians of the Galaxy contain the arguments and jokes between the characters and the scenes of fascinating epic battles that have been accomplished with songs from my youth. However, in order for it to become a really pleasant song, it just needed to be a little more polished. - Score: 7/10
Below you can see all the scores that Marvel's Guardians have played so far. of the Galaxy is given, see.
- Digital Chumps: 9.5 out of 10
- But Why Tho: 9 out of 10
- Worth Playing: Score 9 out of 10
- Hardcore Gamer: Score 4.5 out of 5
- Twinfinite: Score 4.5 out of 5
- Game Informer: 8.5 out of 10
- Press Start: 8.5 out of 10
- IGN: 8 out of 10
- Easy Allies: 8 out of 10
- EGM: 8 out of 10
- VG24: 8 out of 10
- GameSpew: Score 8 out of 10
- RPG Site: Score 8 out of 10
- TheGamer: Score 4 out of 5
- PC Gamer: Score 7 out of 10
- GameSpot: Score 7 out of 10
- Paste Magazine: Score 7 out of 10
- Siliconer: Score 7 out of 10
- Destructoid: Score 6.5 out of 10
- TheSixthAxis: Score 6 out of 10