Originally Posted by Surfer
Interesting Idea, but not sure it would work in reality, since every hero has a different set of skills. The developers would have to in essence change certain things about the game to accomodate that particular characters method of moving around. For example Thor can fly (at least in the comics, not sure if it has been determined yet for the movie), but Captain America can not. So if you were introducing Captain America into the Thor game, and Thor can fly to a top ledge with no problem, well Captain America can not. Therefore, adjustments would need to be made to accomodate the different skill sets. Once again great idea and not saying it can't be done, but I think the developers would need to do a lot of planning ahead and that it would require more then just uploading a character with a memory card to make the game work for all the various characters.
That's why I said they need to make a game that could be possible.
Say you finish one game on the Legendary level with a hero like in MUA2. You can take that hero with that hero's stats and play a section of another hero's game like Captain America's game.
You have to figure if they can ADD characters AFTER a game is out in stores (BOTH MUA games did this) they can use the same process to take a hero from game to game using a memory card.
Much like any Card game, Hero Clicks has a set of cards and heroes that work with each other in certain ways. Even MUA2 has teams that get certain strengths when certain characters are played together.
Say your best friend loves the villians in Cap's game and you love Iron Man's friends and heroes you can play against each other with those teams with YOUR stats and settings.
It really wouldn't take that much more planning that they already do in the MUA games, it's just making a game you CAN do that with.
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