Marvel Nemesis: Rise Of The Imperfects Review

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Play as you favourite Marvel characters, and fight others.


A stellar selection of Marvel heroes and villains, from Spider-Man and Daredevil to Magneto and Elektra. Destructible battlefields that disintegrate around you as the explosive battles unfold. Comic book favourites hammering the crap out of each other using their notorious
signature moves. Excited yet? Sadly, you won’t be for long.

Although billed as a one-on-one comic book brawler, a large portion of the single-player game sees you slogging through endless waves of computer-controlled drones, increasingly-dull skirmishes that require little more skill than the ability to randomly hammer attack buttons, but which must be cracked to access the game’s most interesting features and fighters.

Worst of all, though, Rise Of The Imperfects lurches from ridiculously easy to impossibly hard in the space of a few levels, and it’s unlikely that you’ll have the patience to uncover all the secrets or use your favourite heroes in the game’s only redeeming feature, a slick online mode where you can rumble with other Marvel fans across the 'net.