click and drag to view screens like watching Ryu coach the Hulk through meditating on his emotions or seeing Tony Stark and Dr. Light nerd out about science. I also enjoyed seeing how the Marvel Universe meshes Capcom’s properties. For example, A.I.M. and Umbrella get combined into one mega dorky corporation, called A.I.M.Brella. Unfortunately, these amusing moments are few and far between, and most of the narrative is filled with tired quips and lots of grandstanding. The action helps pull the story mode along since every battle features its own mission objective. You might have to defeat a dozen Ultron drones in one mis-sion, and hold out against one overpow-ered enemy with regenerating health in another. These modified win conditions help keep the battles interesting during reviews an otherwise forgettable narrative. In the end, Infinite’s basic fighting mechanics absolve many of its sins. Newcomers will feel right at home thanks to a streamlined fighting system. The new automatic combos and simplified super attacks allow you to easily pull of a series of flashy moves and partici-pate in spectacular aerial battles with-out mastering all the ins-and-outs.