Marvel Powers United VR for PC
PC - Windows

Marvel Powers United VR

Jul 26, 2018
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VR Content

Requires Oculus Rift virtual reality headset to play.

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About this game

Developer: Sanzaru Games
Content Rating: Rating pending

Summary

Unleash your rage and smash foes, lock n’ load your favorite plasma cannons, or take to the skies with powerful photon blasts. Hulk, Rocket Raccoon, Captain Marvel, and a powerful roster of Marvel’s greatest heroes are ready for battle. Suit up, power up, and team up with friends to engage in immersive, explosive co-op fights from across the Marvel Universe. Be the hero and unleash your powers now!

Gamer Reviews

730 Reviews
7.65
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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
7.14
Chris CarterJul 25, 2018
I can't stress enough how bombastically arcadey Marvel Powers United VR is, and how its shallow wave-shooter nature is going to turn off a lot of its potential audience. If you're looking for an epic sprawling all-star experience this isn't it, but I hope this fun brawl-focused base eventually leads to that and continues to improve over time with the promised upcoming support.
Charles Singletary JrJul 25, 2018
Marvel Powers United VR feels like a game headed toward greatness, delivering a robust experience mirroring the standards of non-VR gaming. It comes up short, though, and leaves a good bit to be desired. The experience of embodying superheroes is a lot of fun at times, but the lack of variety sets it way back. There’s a lot of potential here, so I hope the Sanzaru team fleshes out the game more over time
Dustin FurmanAug 26, 2018
It’s clear that a lot of care and consideration went in to making you feel immersed as the character. Sadly, the incredible feeling of being a super hero is weighed down by repetitive and imbalanced gameplay. It feels like a huge missed opportunity that there aren’t more modes or any real reason to keep playing once you’ve checked out all the heroes. It’s a perfect game to show your friends and family, but not the meaty Marvel experience you’ve been wanting in VR.

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