Les héros de l’univers Marvel s’unissent avec le meilleur des jeux de puzzle
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"Free-to-play one-button game with a touch-friendly UI. Works fine, as well as any other Puzzle Quest game."

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15 décembre

R67 Now Available! (12/15/2014)

R67 is now available! Download today!

Season’s Greetings and happy holidays to everyone!

It seems that this month, Santa isn't the only hero wearing red!

We're very excited to announce that a brand new PVE gameplay mode will be arriving soon. (Hint: "The Law of Inverse Ninja Strength.") But wait, there's more! The Story continues...is Wolverine really the ally you think he is?!

R67 Patch Notes:

UI, Tweaks & Bug Fixes
- Shields may now have cooldowns depending on the Event. The cooldown is displayed below the amount of time the Shield lasts.

- Players can now preview Event rewards before an Event starts by tapping the “Event in..” Chapter button or the Rewards button on the time selection dialog.

- Default starting opponents in Versus play now always report the correct amount of "current points" they have.

Characters
- Hulk's Anger will no longer fire from allied abilities.

For full (English Only) Patch Notes, please visit http://www.d3pforums.com

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1 décembre

R66 Available Now!

Here's wishing a very happy holiday and bountiful harvest to all Marvel Puzzle Quest players!

- Loading screen now 300% more Galactic.

- Team-Up AP Tutorial now properly appears during the intro missions.

- Clarified that users keep Team-Ups when recalling a character from On Patrol.

- Recruit Token counts now display when the user has over 99 tokens.

- Button added to go to an applicable Comic Pack when user is missing an Essential character.

Full (English only) Patch Notes can be found at: http://www.d3pforums.com

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Articles

“An intricately crafted, remarkably deep experience – Marvel Puzzle Quest doesn’t merely meet the expectations of its name, it exceeds them.”
9.1 out of 10 – http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/10/11/marvel-puzzle-quest-dark-reign-review

“Even for those unfamiliar with the ever-expanding Marvel universe, Dark Reign’s use of collection and randomized drops make it compulsively, sickeningly playable.”
4 out of 5 – http://toucharcade.com/2013/10/12/marvel-puzzle-quest-dark-reign-review/

“Takes the unlikely pairing of Marvel heroes and match-3 makes it fun. Lots to do besides the story missions. Entertaining, surprisingly humorous dialogue.”
4 out of 5 – http://www.gamezebo.com/games/marvel-puzzle-quest-dark-reign/review

Informations de mise à jour

R67 disponible ! Téléchargez-la dès aujourd'hui !

Bonnes fêtes de fin d'année à tous !

On dirait que ce mois-ci, le père Noël est le seul héros à porter du rouge !

C'est avec grand plaisir que nous vous annonçons qu'un tout nouveau mode de jeu JcE va bientôt arriver. (Indice : "La loi inversée de la puissance ninja")

Et attendez, il y a mieux ! L'histoire continue... Wolverine est-il vraiment l'allié que vous croyez ?

Notes de version R67 :

IU, améliorations et corrections de bugs
- Les boucliers auront des temps de rechargement en fonction des évènements. Le temps de rechargement s'affiche sous la durée du bouclier.

- Les joueurs peuvent désormais voir un aperçu de l'évènement avant le début d'un évènement en touchant le bouton du chapitre "Évènement dans..." ou le bouton Récompenses sur l'écran de sélection de temps.

- Les adversaires de départ par défaut dans le jeu VS affichent désormais toujours la quantité correcte de "points actuels".

Personnages
- La colère de Hulk ne sera plus déclenchée depuis les capacités alliées.

Notes de version complètes (anglais seulement) sur http://www.d3pforums.com

À propos de ce jeu

Le meilleur du gameplay de jeu de match-3 rencontre les plus grands super héros et super vilains de Marvel dans le jeu de puzzle d'aventure le plus épique disponible sur smartphone et tablette ! Marvel Puzzle Quest mélange vos personnages Marvel préférés avec une mécanique de jeu de rôle profonde, des tournois joueurs VS joueurs, des alliances et bien plus encore. Le moment est venu de libérer le super héros qui sommeille en vous et de livrer la guerre contre vos ennemis.

Inclut désormais 100 % de Deadpool en plus !

9,1 sur 10. "Une expérience de jeu d'une profondeur incroyable, et très élaborée. Marvel Puzzle Quest ne se contente pas d'honorer la réputation de son nom, il la surclasse." - IGN.com (Editors' Choice Award)

Caractéristiques
• FREE TO PLAY
• Formez l'équipe ultime composée de vos super héros et super vilains Marvel préférés avec, entre autres, Captain America, Spider-Man, Hulk, Thor, Loki, Punisher, Black Widow, Venom...
• Profitez des pouvoirs de l'Iso-8 pour améliorer votre équipe et collectionnez les comics pour déverrouiller de nouveaux personnages et de nouvelles capacités.
• Ajout de nouveaux personnages du Marvel Universe et ajout régulier de nouvelles fonctionnalités !
• De nouveaux tournois et évènements sont lancés chaque mois pour renouveler le plaisir de jouer.
• Profondeur et stratégie sans égal ! Embarquez pour un voyage autour du globe et libérez la puissance de vos héros Marvel préférés pour anéantir vos adversaires.
• Construisez des Alliances avec vos amis et battez-vous contre les Alliances ennemies.
• Finissez en haut du classement dans les Tournois, les Alliances et les parties saisonnières pour gagner de nouveaux personnages et d'autres prix !
• Arrêtez Norman Osborn et sa vague de terreur mondiale en suivant cette histoire qui voit s'opposer les X-Men, le S.H.I.E.L.D. et le H.A.M.M.E.R. (Dark Avengers) luttant pour l'influence et les ressources.
• Pénétrez dans le Marvel Universe grâce à un scénario épique écrit par des grands noms de Marvel : Frank Tieri (Iron Man, Wolverine, Weapon X) et Alex Irvine (Iron Man: The Rapture, Daredevil Noir). L'histoire est tirée du scénario Dark Reign, un monument de narration de l'histoire de Marvel.

L'appli est disponible en anglais, français, italien, allemand, espagnol, japonais et coréen.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3.00GHz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 3000 / Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT / ATI Radeon HD 4650
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 250 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Windows Compatible Card
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
110.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 4 octobre
Candy crush avec des super-pouvoirs!!!
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
530.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 24 août
Excellent puzzle-game melant quelques notions de rpg / stratégie. Très addictif.
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1,011.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 août
tres adictif
tres tres bon jeu
progression lente en gratuit
interet 19/20
longevité19/20

INCONTOURNABLE !!!!!!
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
14.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 11 octobre
Symptôme réccurent : Ca commence par quelques Quests, ça finit par la collectionnite aigue ! Personne n'y échappe, nos bons vieux comics dépoussiérés et c'est un "simple" Match 3 made in la maison des idées (Marvel) qui vous tiendra en haleine durant des heures. Mêlant des couvertures célèbres de nos héros préférés, c'est un système de quête en mode histoire et d'events saisonniers qui poussera votre fort intérieur à vous demander si il n'était pas temps de lâcher Candy Crush pour un truc plus mâture.

Des centaines de persos jouables avec chacuns leurs pouvoirs spécifiques, accompagné de sympathiques animations lorsqu'on les déclenche et une customisation basée sur le hasard de vos loots pour constituer une team roquette ! Seul bémol à mon sens, l'impossibilité de pouvoir à l'heure actuelle continuer son ascencion vers le niveau ultime via nos chers Ipad ou Iphone (car une version existe aussi en version mobile). Plutôt naze quand on sait que certains y dépensent des fortunes pour leur emplacements de couvertures (oui oui, j'en connais même qui achètent en double leur comics, tous, pour en avoir au moins UN de nickel chrome, de sûr, et sous blister).

Rejoignez donc dès que faire se peut un CLAN in game pour profiter de l'avancée de chacun et gagner la saint grâal monnaie de Héros qui vous permettra de faire comme Titi et de débloquer des emplacements de covers. Les updates sont généralement abondantes, foncé donc tête baissée tel un JUGGERNAUT en rûte.
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
82.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 8 juillet
On connaît tous le principe du casse-brique addictif et qui vous fait perdre un temps monstrueux... Il suffisait de rajouter les personnages Marvel et tout un tas de pouvoirs qui déchirent, et là ça devient apocalyptique !

C'est clairement un "pay-to-win" avec pas mal de personnages complètement abusés : je le recommande à ceux qui cherchent un mini-jeu pour égayer la pause-dèj au bureau, ou aux collectionneurs les plus patients / fortunés (mais alors, très fortunés). Il sera particulièrement laborieux de briller en tournoi sans dépenser un centime, mais c'est quand même sympa d'essayer !
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
306.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 2 juillet
Un Casse Brique gratuit, novateur et tres adictif ! Composez votre Team avec de nombreux Héros Marvel à faire évoluer au fil des parties. Des super pouvoirs originaux qui aiguise notre sens tactique et strategique, des recompenses régulière et généreuse, qui font qu'on en veux toujours plus ! Un jeux régulierement mis à jour avec des compétitions acharner pour débloquer les Heros ou les pouvoirs qui vous font saliver ... Un jeux à ne pas rater pour tous les fans du style Candy Crush ou des super Héros Marvel. Je recommande vivement !
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1 personne(s) sur 2 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
158.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 août
Parti sur ce jeu avec un mauvais a priori, l'univers Marvel et ma tendance à la collectionnite m'ont fait dépasser la centaine d'heures de jeu :)

Sur une base de mini-jeu Diamant plus que connue et sur-exploitée, ce jeu met à profit une liste déjà bien fournie de personnages/costumes différents, à collectionner et utiliser pour varier les façons de jouer.
Mode JcJ, mode histoire, et des events tellement réguliers qu'on en aurait presque du mal à suivre le rythme !

Le côté P2W qui en répugne quelques uns, et que je peux comprendre, ne me choque pas tant que ça. Les moyens de gagner de l'or sont bien plus nombreux que dans n'importe quel autre jeu du genre. De plus, la qualité d'un tel jeu gratuit justifie l'investissement des quelques euros pour améliorer son expérience de jeu ou accélérer sa progression sans passer par la désagréable phase de farming.
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1 personne(s) sur 2 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 30 juin
Very good game but addictive.
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2 personne(s) sur 4 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
128.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 21 octobre
Jeu détence, pas de prise de tête!
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203 personne(s) sur 228 (89%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
532.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 juin
The developer and publisher for this game treat their playerbase as cows to be milked with overpriced micro-transactions and have proven not to be above actively neutering play options in an effort to squeeze more cash out of players.

Story time:
On the official forums of the publisher a 'discussion' thread was started by the developer on a very controversial change regarding the game's hit point healing mechanic. This triggered an unforeseen and unprecedented unanimous response to a change that everyone was up in arms against. This thread eventually grew into 30(!) pages of nothing but negative feedback, ranging from warnings that the change would break the game, to full blown alternate solutions (solutions to a problem that many don't even acknowledge exists). But most of all; people calling it out for the cash grab that it was.

This was the last in a long, long line of controversial changes to the detriment of the quality of the game. This time though, the response got ugly enough for one of the actual forum moderators to stand up and abuse his moderator powers by stealth-editing the developer's opening post by adding an additional line of text to the section that clarified the reasoning behind the change to the healing mechanic. Said added line simply stated: "also: money", a blatant jab at the conduct of the publisher and developer over the course of this history of changes aimed at pumping up the monetization in the game.

As of this writing, said moderator has been banned, the developer's one-sided idea of a 'discussion' has ended and the change has been pushed through unaltered and in full effect immediately, game-wide. Including taking effect in running PvP or PvE events close to finishing time, where people were already deeply invested into strategizing their finishing runs.

The current fallout is enormous. The developer is silent. And why wouldn't they be, when their admitted business credo is "this too shall pass":

From Al's Game Blog, article: "Handling balance changes":
"This too shall pass – While you need to expect and accept that there will be a backlash and the first couple of days will be painful, give it a few days before you judge the results. In the early days of MPQ, Ragnarok was massively overpowered and the day we changed it players were furious. A week later, it was no longer a topic of widespread conversation."


(For the record; try mentioning Ragnarok to some of the veteran players and find out just how much it is 'no longer a topic of widespread conversation'.)
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131 personne(s) sur 150 (87%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 25 juin
This game was/is not much different then many other match 3 games except that you use characters to beat up other characters.

It was quite fun and a way to waste a few hours just battling it out. But then they did a few changes which made it so that if you wanted to progress you had to do whats called grinding (for those that don't know, thats when you have to spend 5 or 6 hours playing just to keep up with others playing). This made things less fun.

Now for the biggest change, if you have any characters that can heal the team during combat its called false healing. Basically what happens is that while in a round, they will heal your characters, but soon as its done, any and all damage that was done to your character during a round gets applied to your characters, which means they will more then likely be instantly down and you have to wait somewhere between 3 and 14 hours for them to heal.

So now instead of being able to play for a couple of hours, you're lucky if you get in a couple of rounds that can last about 5 to 10 minutes at most and then you need to wait till the next day (least for those of us with families, work and who require sleep) to play for another 10 minutes and then wait.

They wanted to stop people from using their healing characters in story mode to heal their wounded characters and instead buy heath packs, which cost Hero Points which while they do come in game, they are very rare in game and they expect more people to buy Hero Points so they can buy health pack. This has basically turned the game into pay 2 win game, well it was before but now its much worse.

The majority of people who play F2P games will never actually put money into free 2 play games. Once it gets to the point where they are spending more then a few hours playing and not being able to keep up with their friends, they loose interest and leave, and start bad mouthing the game, which causes people not to go play that game, which means the game looses lots of money.


So for now I can not recommend this game. Maybe if the devs wise up and actually listen to the community and things go back to how they were a couple of months ago, may I will start playing again and maybe even recommend this game, but lots of things have to change.
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47 personne(s) sur 58 (81%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 25 juin
Game was balancing around P2W, now its probably even P2P at all. Demiurge with D3 dont care about customers, they dont want to have a fun, enjoyable game...they want your money and nothing else.
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33 personne(s) sur 42 (79%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
66.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 17 octobre
♥♥♥♥ this game. Literally ♥♥♥♥ this game.

Why? Because it is actually really REALLY FUN. And THAT is exactly the Problem!

How so you ask? Simple! Because it is yet another free-to-play, pay-to-win game. It is a good game disguising a hideous marketing strategy. It is absolutely repulsive.

Because you're gonna start playing this game and go "Oh man! This game is really fun! I want to keep playing it!" but then slowly the realization starts to seep in... YOU CAN'T. Why not? Well, lets see here... did you lose that last round? Bit of random bad luck and didn't quite make it? Want to try the round again? WELL TOO BAD!! Your heros are out of health now and won't be full again until THREE HOURS FROM NOW. Hey, did the game just give you a sweet new character as a reward for beating a stage? Great! Too bad you're out of spaces for new characters in your hero roster that you can only expand using the game's premium currency! Oh and by the way, your reward expires in five days and then you'll lose it forever, good luck trying to farm premium currency through the stages in game! Oh, I'm sure it won't take you very long if you've got a strong team of heros to keep plowing through with... Oh, what's that? They're all out of health again? Guess you're ♥♥♥♥ed! LOLS!! Seriously, this is the only game I've ever played that gives you rewards that you're never able to actually use.

And it all just spirals on downhill from there. You want to get anywhere in this game? "Give us your money!" And not just some of your money... ALL OF YOUR MONEY! Because lets face it, it would be EASY to release a normal, playable version of this game for say $15... but they don't want just a little of your money. They want ALL OF YOUR MONEY. There is a never ending supply of money that this game can drain away from you. Because that's how it was designed. And it is a damned crying shame!

Avoid this piece of garbage like the Plague. Or Ebola. Whatever horrifying desease floats your boat. XP

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18 personne(s) sur 20 (90%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 2 octobre
Ok, I have put a lot of time, effort, and some money into this game.
Overall at this point I must say that I would not recommend this game.

Basically when you first start playing the game it captures your interest quite well. Being based on the Marvel characters and universe was enough to do that for me. Upgrading your roster and characters from star level 1 to star level 2 is challenging but enjoyable as you can easily see the improvements. So you get a nice feeling of progression.

Unfortunately once you start to move past star level 2 characters into star level 3 and 4 characters things start to go bad.

Upgrading your roster and characters from star level 2 to star level 3 becomes a nightmare because you first have to upgrade them 50% before they start to become useable. The playing time alone to gather the required resources to upgrade one star level 3 character 50% could take you a month. Throw in the fact that there is no scaling or bracketing in this game and players that already have full power star level 3 characters will sap points and rank from anyone below them and you start to get an idea of just how difficult a task this is.

For arguements sake, if you were going to spend 'real money' to upgrade a star level 3 character 50% instead of just playing the game it would cost you about US$100+. If you were going to buy all the powers for one character and max them out completely it would cost about US$400-US$600. So really, I would assume most people are inclined to play the game to gather the required resources instead.

Note that everything costs more as you progress. Characters from each star level catagory; ie: 1, 2, 3, and then 4 have an increase in 'experience' levels, hit points, damage per gem, and super power damage levels by almost double. But coming with that is an almost doubling of resources and costs involved for said characters.

This all adds up to the fact that the time you invest in the game has to increase as well. Where you might have been able to do well putting two hours a day into the game you will then have to put in three and then four hours a day. This doesn't mean all in one sitting just total overall time played per day. There maybe up to three events running simultaneously and if you wanted to do well in all of them you can sink alot of your time into it. You may feel obliged to do this since events are usually put into 'Seasons' and you may not see an specific event again until the next season or two in the future. 'Seasons' typically seem to run for the length of a month.

It's kind of awkward how events are setup. Each event usually lasts for 2 days or if longer are broken down into 'stages'. These longer events of up to a week are broken into 'stages' that last for 2 days each. What happens is to earn 'points' and keep you 'rank' up compared to everyone else, you have to play the 'stages' over and over as many times as 'plausible' in that 2 day period. 'Plausible' in that there is a 'full points' refresh timer of around 2.5 hours and also there is a point-catch-up (rubberbanding) system where the longer you wait between replaying the 'stage' the more points you can get. Also, each time you replay a 'stage' the difficulty and level of the enemy characters increase.

There are players that gain rank #1 and play the game every 2.5 hours even throughout the night. That is the type of competition you will be up against.

Ok, I want to end this review now as I think I have given you an insight into what is involved if you wanted to build and progress a roster of characters in this game. Or, what to expect once you have moved on from establishing a foundation.

A few other things that are really off putting:
A) Characters have been changed by the developers out of the blue. Usually termed as 'nerf' where characters are weakened or resulting in less useable. How annoying for those players that have spent time/resources building said characters up. You can sell characters, but you will only get a pittance of what you have put into them.

B) There have been a myriad of server issues over the time I have played this game. Sometimes this has had a catastrophic effect on the scores/ranks etc of whatever event was running at the time. Sometimes the developers have given out a form of compensation but not always. Two recent events had server glitches that cost me ranking high. Unfotunately they happen in the later half of the week long events when you have alreadly invested alot of time.

C) The free-for-all pvp system means that those with maxed out or high level characters can just stomp over everyone below them. How frustrating to come out of winning a battle for 20 points reward to be greeted by a message that you have been attacked by half a dozen players twice your level losing 200 points. They really need to incorporate some form of scalability or player bracketing to make play balanced.

I would recommend avoiding this game unless you are happy to invest all your free time into it.
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Posté le : 21 juin
I cannot in good concise reccomend this one, I played it quite a bit on mobile, over 20+ hours in fact, and while the interface and art has survived to the desktop, it is stretched and not as crisp on my big screen. Other than that it is a well crafted match three with a unique enough mechanic to stand on its own as a really good game. But it has been hampered with the atrocious freemium model, where you pay for time or give them hundreds of dollars for an experience that is not worh more than 39.99 outright. It is a shame and I avoid the model like the plague, remove this caveat and let the game stand on its own and as it is it would be one of this gerations shining match three examples. As is I say avoid unless you like paying WAY more for games than they will ever be worth and unless you are fond of letting Publishing companies tell you how valuable your personal time is.
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14 personne(s) sur 15 (93%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
468.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 juin
Don’t even think about it, Just don’t.
It was once a fun game, really it was but the greedy money grabbing Developers have killed that, now every time you fight a battle you’ll have to wait hours before you can fight again or Spend $2.00 dollars just for one more battle, If you like Facebook games, by all means have fun with this, if not Avoid it.
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19 personne(s) sur 25 (76%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 13 octobre
I really wanted to like this game, but the path chosen by the developers makes this one of the most frustrating experiences with a game I have ever had. The hours I have listed on this game are not technically accurate as I had it running in the background for days/weeks at a time. However I have easily put in 100's of hours into trying to like this game, hoping that the devs would fix the issues and it would improve. Ultimately I finally realized that there was near zero chance that would happen because the devs want the game to be this way.

First the lets talk about the good - If you enjoy PuzzleQuest you will like the mechanics, the incorporation of the Marvel license is topnotch both with writing and character design. If you can be content with just playing the story missions and only a small subset of the available champions then go ahead.

However if you are like me and want to play with the new champions when they are released and play the special events then you will pay. And if you pay realize that it is only a matter of time before that which you paid for is nerfed or sidelined or otherwise invalidated by whatever the newest cash grab from D3 is.

Here is how it works, lets say you have a set of beginning characters (called 2 star for their rarity) and are having fun. You see that a new character is being released (omg Nick Furry?! I want to play that one too!). In order to get covers for that character you have to buy them with real money, oh except you can't really buy them straight you have to buy a "pack" and hope you get the covers you want (along with a bunch of stuff you don't want). If you aren't willing to go that route then you will have to jump through some very specific hoops, namely you will be "competing" with other players for a chance to win the cover. You do this by direct competition (through a very very broken PvP style contest that I am not even going to get into its so bad) or by grinding away at special missions, missions that are designed to be overpowering and that will wound or kill your characters (requiring you to "rest" or buy medpacks with money). I don't know if I can stress how grindy these missions will be if you actually want a shot at the new cover, we are talking hours of playtime, but what is even worse is D3 picks the times you need to play. This is ultimately why I had to stop, in order to be successful with the rubber-banding and the like you had to be playing near the finish of each sub-event and each main event. That means you can't even just grind it out on your own time you needed to be hardcore during specific hours (forgot real life commitments). What I finally realized was there is no end game. That process described above is it. It doesn't get easier just harder, and not from a skill level just from a time commitment and frustration level. D3's entire model is to reward low level players greater then high level players to make them think rewards are quick and easy. Once you are hooked however you will constantly lose you chance at the new covers to the next wave of new players getting their hooks set. No only do I not recommend this to anyone I would be very cautious about ever playing anything from D3.
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11 personne(s) sur 12 (92%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
468.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 30 juin
This used to be a fun game and it still could be. Unfortunately, the unmitigated greed on the part of the publishers has surfaced fully and without reservation in a recent patch where team healing was nerfed.

Healing used to be possible outside of PvE or PvP combat by going to the prologue and fighting a few battles with a healer and the damaged roster members. Biff bam boom! You're back to playing. Now that healing is only temporary during that battle. So, it's either wait 3+ hours for your team members to heal or pay for health packs.

The AI also cheats heavily, but I consider that more of a challenge to overcome than a reason to stop playing.

I already spent $40 (US) getting my roster space up to speed. I refuse to spend more money on a game that is no longer fun for me. This latest healing patch moved the game into the "not fun" category.

If the patch notes and forum indicate the game has been fixed, I would be willing to pick the game back up. Until then, I am done.
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Posté le : 2 juillet
This is a stupid game. The game itself is fine but the programming has destroyed it. The adjustments have been so obviously tilted to make you spend more money, no one in their right mind will play this. I love the game play but it has gotten so obvious that they are programming to help you if you spend a lot of money and not if you play the game. You should just give them your credit card and let them suck all your cash out of your pocket while you sit with your thumb in your mouth. The only thing these guys are doing is inspiring hate hate hate. What are they thinking?

Listen, unless you spend a lot of money, the programming is designed to destroy your abilit to win. The rewards for winning are just stupid. Even with a decent set of characters, you absolutely should not lose challenges 9 times out of 10. The only way this happens is if they assure that you will lose to inferior character sets according to how much money you have spent. The rewards are irrational. This is a joke.

You are a fool if you get started on this. It is a collection game but the best way to collect anything is to buy it, not bother to play. If you like paying $50 for a chance to get a virtual card, have a great time but this takes a good concept and destroys it. Play the game. You will love it. Then you will hate those who are controlling the economic model. If you start this game, you are throwing away your money. Better to poke yourself in the eye with a pencil. So, no, I don't recommend it at all.
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Posté le : 2 novembre
Pay to Win unfortunately :(
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