Marvel Powers United VR Review Oculus Rift


Here’s my Marvel Powers United VR Review on Oculus Rift. I teamed up with Nathie again for this review. Marvel Powers United VR will release on Oculus home, tomorrow 26th July 2018. There has been a lot of hype around this game. In this review we’ll give you all the information you need to make an informed decision on whether to buy the game or not…

00:12 – Intro
01:20 – About Marvel Powers United / Sanzaru
04:00 – Pre Release / Trailer
05:52 – Content Included
08:47 – Prolouge / Tutorial
11:10 – Alpha Space Station / Game Hub
12:10 – Graphics / Performance
14:50 – Locomotion Options
16:50 – Characters
20:20 – Gameplay
23:46 – Who Is This Game For? / Lack Of Variety
26:49 – Improvements Needed
29:00 – Conclusion

Marvel Powers United VR is available on Oculus Home (£29.99 / $39.99):

I got Marvel Powers United VR for free from the developers to play on the channel however I was not paid to make this video and my opinions are my own.

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25 thoughts on “Marvel Powers United VR Review Oculus Rift”

  1. Can someone email me? My husband is ready to throw this Oculus out the Efing window because he can’t get it working!! Yes my sons gaming computer can handle it. Yes Oculus support helped him get the program downloaded and now the head set won’t work!😡 it really shouldn’t be this hard and my husband is no idiot when it comes to computers! Ugh please help

  2. This review was shit not all games should be about grind this game is about you playing as your favorite heros not grinding if you had to grind for characters then it'll just be you playing with people the same character as you it'll be boring and a VR veteran really just because you play alot of VR games doesn't mean your a VR veteran and you don't know what they were thinking when they made this game so don't like criticize some of it's fetures if think it's boring then why play it or even review it.

  3. I personally love the game the only two problems is the boss battle was a little disappointing and THERES NO FUCKING IRON MAN. Any way the game has a good combination of playing around and beating people up with other heroes and a strategic teamwork kind of play. It's really fun to play with friends and act like you guys are the characters you are . The game is amazing and I would recommend it for the 40 price. However In this review I totally disagree on the "grind" part. You don't need to grind in this game at all. I kept on playing new character s as I went on and I realized that I unlocked the thanos mission

  4. Hello Mike thank you for the review Marvel powers United it was nice to see you do another of you with you and nathie together. I find these reviews important to users know whether they should buy the game or not. I noticed you guys said in the video that this comes together as an oculus bundle does that mean that all the other bundles are nonexistent right now and is the only one do you can buy or do they still exist if you could answer that they'll be greatly appreciated.

  5. i am huge fan of marvel, so i have already purchased this and looking forward to get home in 3 days to try this. i guess/hope with dlc coming things will get better. one question though guys, when you play, are you able to see whole body of your hero or just hands? great review by the way


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