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@dragoonmike: So... you're saying that the only true MCU films are Iron Man 1 and The Incredible Hulk? Because Disney bought Marvel in 2009.

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@teaguru12: Honestly, I probably wouldn't have even noticed the character design changes if not for the fact that they somehow managed to make the game version of Black Widow look like the MCU version of Maria Hill cosplaying as Black Widow.

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Well, at least Stuart Ashen got a few good videos out of it.

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@ice12tray: Yep. The lesson from all these attempts to revive the genre seems to be that unless you're Nintendo, stick to 2(.5)D for platformers.

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@willgner: The original Doom only took 2 years to reach Nintendo, not 26 - there was a SNES port. And there were later GBA ports of both Doom and Doom 2, so it's actually only Doom 3 which is coming to Nintendo for the first time.

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@hotgamer: Ah, I could only find inflation-adjusted domestic numbers for GWTW, which are "only" about 2 billion.

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Seriously, how is it that a trailer manages to give Seven of Nine more character development than Harry Kim or Chakotay got in seven seasons of Voyager?

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Well, if we're adjusting for inflation then the winner isn't Endgame or Avatar, but Star Wars: A New Hope, which adjusting for inflation earned around $3.27bn worldwide.

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Guessing they're gonna do something pretty different to the comic storyline here, seeing how Captain America wasn't turned into Thor by wielding Mjolnir in Endgame.

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@KotomineKirei: ...except that Breath of the Wild was actually a Wii U game that was ported to the Switch late on. If you look at the titles that were actually made for the Switch from the outset - Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - they all have more in the way of content and features than the previous, Wii U-based entries in their respective franchises.