The Stream Team: Power to the PC on a Marvel Heroes Monday

You may be hearing quite a bit about Marvel Heroes Omega lately (there’s even a founder’s pack giveaway ending tonight right here on MOP!), but that doesn’t mean the game isn’t still available for PC players to enjoy. In fact, Massively OP’s MJ can prove it! Join us live at 4:00 p.m. as she revels in some good old super-heroing on her desktop.

What: Marvel Heroes
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 4:00 p.m. EDT on Monday, May 1st, 2017

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Jeremiah Wagner

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Unfortunately this game is all but dead on pc at this point. Very little challenging endgame content forces players to just pick a new super hero or quit playing a little while after hitting max level. Danger rooms are kind of fun, but still its not a real test of your gear/build/skill like Greater Rifts are in diablo 3 or maybe 3-5 man dungeons in which you can’t re-spawn while in combat like a classic mmorpg would have. Raids are horrible – die, re-spawn and run back yo-yo’s. No really solid PvP mode to test your gear/build//skill. WAY to many different types of loot with a horrible crafting system. All this shows in the horribly low population. I’m sure the die hard fans would argue all day, but I’m being honest as someone that wishes that I could be a die hard fan. This game in its current form is a huge disappointment. Gazillion, please add endgame and character build/skill depth to this game before it completely dies! TY.

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Love the passion man. You have to call it like you see it. I’ve heard a lot about how this has been dumbed down lately, and to your point, doesn’t challenge players. Some say it could have been a defining mmoArpg, but fell short for silly reasons.

Jeremiah Wagner

Thanks! MH could have been a great game for sure. Really, only a couple smallish changes and additions would completely change this game. Knowing how successful this game could have been / should have been does make me very passionate about it because I really want to play that game and not the one that we have been given. This comes from someone who ended spending 50 dollars in MH but would have been willing to spend 500+. I guess Gazillion must not like money ;P.