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Marvel’s Avengers releases today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, delivering an original take on the superhero squad with a realistic aesthetic that kinda looks like the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but doesn’t exactly mirror the look and feel of the big-screen blockbusters. That disconnect is a little off-putting at first, but having played the early hours of the single-player story mode this week, I’m thrilled to say that Marvel’s Avengers does an especially great job of bringing heroine Ms. Marvel to life, has stellar dialogue that feels authentic to the comics, and keeps each playable character feeling distinctive and unique.
Trying to make sense of comics continuity at the best of times requires offering up a tiny little part of your brain to be smushed to gooey smithereens in the mortar and pestle of comic book publishing tomfoolery. But friends, I fear trying to make sense of Marvel’s newest tango with the world of Fortnite has done that to my whole-ass brain instead.