‘Midnight Suns’ was influenced by ‘Dragon Ball Fighter Z’

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Animation and combat anime game. were inspired by

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much awaited marvel game midnight sun apparently took inspiration from an unlikely source – no one else Dragon Ball Fighter Z.

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during an interview with Age Magazine (Via loadout), the team behind the upcoming Marvel Tactics game, explains how anime has influenced its genre.

tell Dragon Ball Fighter Z As a “big influence”, said art director Dennis Molars, “some moves are where they belong”. [the camera] Zoom out to show the entire planet and you can watch this explosion happen.”


He also described how anime could “translate these wonderful comic-book poses into animation”. same idea made it marvel’s midnight sun When it comes to heroic attacks from superheroes, such as “Captain Marvel giving an uppercut with a luminous fist, Doctor Strange opened the Eye of Agamoto, [or] Niko is spreading wings of black energy.”

The creative director, Jake Solomon, explained why he took this approach – to make the player feel like “one of the most powerful people on earth”. He continued: “You always have to think about the fantasy.”

Undoubted, marvel’s midnight sun It’s not just about strategy – it was recently revealed that RPG-like elements will also play a big part in the game.

“You think there’s not enough of a series of menus between Marvel’s world, and the mission or premise that doesn’t have a lot of content,” said franchise producer Garth DeAngelis. “The premise is full of mysteries and mysteries and deep, deep lore to learn more.”

apart from this, Midnight Suns will not involve any micro-transactions, instead offers a complete single-player experience at launch.


elsewhere, Star Wars: The Hunters just got a new cinematic trailer Many new characters revealed.

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