OffGamers Gaming Fest – Superhero Series (Round 1)

You can be your own superhero, but do you have what it takes? Save the city from evil villains in these superhero games.


Video Source: Marvel Entertainment on YouTube

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Release Date: 27 Oct 2021)

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a single-player story oriented experience, with no microtransactions and no multiplayer. Yup, that’s right, you don’t have to spend a single dime to enjoy what the game has to offer (unlike Marvel’s Avengers which is also published by Square Enix).

With the gameplay being a full-on single player experience and the devs wanted you to experience the story, making the right dialogue choices might save a character, which will come back and help you later on. This makes the replayable as players can try to get as many different scenarios and outcomes as possible.

While in-combat, you only control Star-Lord wielding his dual pistols. For your other team members they unlock a total of four abilities each which you can instruct them to use on command. So you won’t have to switch between characters mid-battle.

 

Related Link(s):
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (PC) (Global)
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (PS) (Global)
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Xbox Live) (Global)
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (NS) (Global)

 


Video Source: PlayStation on YouTube

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (Release Date: 11 Dec 2020)

The long wait is finally over! Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered has finally landed on PC. You can expect the game to be a visual stunner with upgraded graphics and offers configurability to PC users.

With NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling), you can expect amazing frame rates with only the best image quality. Thanks to a dedicated Tensor Core AI processors that are found only on GeForce RTX GPUs, it increases graphics performance. Ray-traced reflections are available for those users who have hardware that supports them. Reflections also have varied quality levels, one of which i a new, higher-quality ray-traced mode that offers even more city detail of Marvel’s New York.

Apart from the graphical upgrade, the game also also offers multiple peripherals and customization options for PC players. With PlayStation DualSense controller support, now those playing on the PC will get to experience adaptive trigger feedback and amazing haptic response while battling iconic Marvel villains.

 

Related Link(s):
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered Steam Key (SEA)
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered Steam Key (Global)

 


Video Source: PlayStation on YouTube

Batman: Arkham Knight (Release Date: 23 June 2015)

The Batmobile is definitely the highlight of the game, after all who doesn’t want to sit in a multi-billionaire’s tank-car and shoot at enemies, and yes it can actually transform into a tank while you blast away. A fully playable Batmobile? Sign me up. The Batmobile can also be remote-controlled, which helps in solving some environmental puzzles. And you can also summon it from literally anywhere, leading to a fantastic move where Batman dives in as it zooms to him.

Batman on the other hand, plays more on stealth and strike-and-counter brawling. A few flashy fight scenarios in the campaign and side missions let you team up with an AI-controlled Robin, Nightwing, or Catwoman, and use them to execute some awesome dual-takedown moves that knock out any enemy instantly and temporarily swap you to control of your partner (while maintaining your combo count).

 

Related Link(s):
Batman: Arkham Knight (PC) (Global)
Batman: Arkham Knight (PS) (Global)
Batman: Arkham Knight (Xbox Live) (Global)

 


Video Source: PlayStation on YouTube

Injustice 2 (Release Date: 1 Dec 2017)

This time, Superman is the bad guy. Injustice 2 picks up a few years after the cataclysmic events of Injustice: Gods Among Us. Superman sits imprisoned in a red sun jail cell that keeps his powers in check. Batman and his team of reformed bad guys and new allies — Harley Quinn, Green Lantern, Blue Beetle, Firestorm — fight to restore civilization in the wake of Superman’s overreaching control of Earth in the first game. Wonder Woman, Black Adam and newcomer Supergirl work to free Superman in an attempt to fend off a new threat, Brainiac.

Story mode offers hours of enjoyment, and there are good reasons to replay portions of Injustice 2 to experience the game’s alternate story paths. It’s also the best way to start leveling up some of the game’s characters while also earning some of the game’s loot, which is a new feature for the game. Offline, players have a lot to stay busy with once they’re done with the single-player story. Most interesting is Injustice 2’s Multiverse mode, in which weekly, daily and even hourly challenges are available to play, each with their own rewards.

 

Related Link(s):
Injustice 2 (PS) (Global)
Injustice 2 (Xbox Live) (Global)

 


Video Source: Marvel Entertainment on YouTube

LEGO® Marvel™ Super Heroes (Release Date: 16 Nov 2013)

The best thing about LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is that it delivers almost everything a Marvel fan could want. The campaign in LEGO Marvel delivers more playable heroes in a much more coherent story about collecting cosmic bricks around the world before villains do. You start with Iron Man and the Hulk, but soon you’ll have many more playable heroes as you progress. The same is true of the villains.

 

Related Link(s):
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PC) (Global)
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PS) (Global)
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Xbox Live) (Global)

 

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