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Marvel: Super War

MARVEL-OUS MOBA.

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Marvel games on mobile have been the victim of most standard moneymaking tropes – collecting heroes, upgrading heroes, trading in paid currency for heroes. But in most of these games you do not really do anything that exciting, with control over your Spiderman or Black Widow relegated to choosing a skill and watching it play out on the screen. Much of the excitement tends to come from unlocking new equipment and watching it get boosted.

(by Chinese developer NetEase, who also recently released the brilliant ) takes an extraordinarily successful concept – mobile MOBAs – and inserts heroes with all their traditional weapons and abilities. What

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