Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite for Xbox One
Xbox One

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

Sep 19, 2017
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Developer: Capcom
Content Rating: Teen


The epic clash between two storied universes returns with Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the next era of the highly revered action-fighting game series. Marvel and Capcom universes collide like never before as iconic characters team up for action-packed player-versus-player combat. Ultron Sigma has begun the systematic eradication of all biological life. Against all odds, heroes arise from the rubble, form new alliances and stand together against the ultimate threat, their only hope laying with the all-powerful Infinity Stones.

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Nov 11, 2020

Lackluster and the modes are bare bones.


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Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
Chelsea StarkSep 18, 2017
It’s hard to deny how much of a blemish Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite’s visuals are, but it would still be a mistake to skip this entry for that reason alone. The fast tagging system and the Infinity Stones change up the series’ standard mechanics and open up so many options for creative play, no matter your skill level. Infinite is expressive, exciting and fun to play, but the visuals inspire more eyerolls than the hype this series deserves.
Richard SeagraveSep 19, 2017
It may not be the prettiest fighting game on the market today, but it’s undoubtedly the most fun. And that’s what video games are supposed to be, right, fun? You can get hung up on the notion that some of the faces look a bit scary, or that the story mode is stupid or that the image quality is poor, but they are all pretty superficial problems. Look under the skin, and you’ll find a fighting game that’s not only beautiful, but also has a joyous soul.
Ben PackSep 28, 2017
Many people would be happy with any sort of revival of Marvel vs Capcom, considering how dead the franchise seemed after UMvC3 came and went. But playing and thinking about Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, one can’t help but wonder about what it could have been.