Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy credits comic book makers for every costume
Marvel and Square Enix’s Guardians of the Galaxy video game gives credit to the comic book creators behind each alternate costume.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy gives credit where credit is due for its various alternative costumes.
The next guardians of the galaxy video game, developed by Eidos-Montreal and published by Square Enix, is sure to credit the comic book creators behind the alternative outfits touted as unlockable. Twitter user Jordan Edwards (@IamJordanZoned) underlined this by writing: “The guardians of the galaxy the game credits the comic book creators with each costume. It’s awesome!”
As an example, Edwards shared the information page for Peter Quill / Star-Lord’s ‘Space-Lord’ costume, which appears to have first surfaced online via a IGN video. The costume in question first appeared in the 1975s Marvel preview # 4, with the news page crediting writer Steve Englehart, interior artists Steve Gan and Bob McLeod, cover artist Gray Morrow and publisher Gerry Conway.
The background paragraph for the costume appears to have been written by Peter Quill himself – in the universe, that is. “My original Star-Lord costume,” one reads. “I based it on some of the old comics that I loved, but the rest of the Ravagers laughed at me because I looked too fancy.”, But I carried a sword for a while. moment. Mainly because she looked cool. “
Expected release later this month, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy sees the titular group of superheroes looking to make a quick buck several years after the events of an intergalactic war that dramatically rocked the universe. However, when one of their scams goes awry, triggering a catastrophic chain of events that threatens the fragile state of peace in the universe, the Guardians must rise to the occasion and correct their mistake.
When it comes to the alternate outfits that players can unlock, the game draws inspiration from the world of Marvel Comics, as well as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “Oh, I love Peter’s classic blue Guardians costume from the comics. I think it’s just awesome,” Patrick Fortier, senior gameplay director, told CBR last month. Senior Director of Storytelling Mary DeMarle added, “I don’t know if I have a favorite. costume, I had to change it because it was weird! But there are a lot of costumes in there. And when it comes to the MCU, yes, there are some nods in there as well. “
Developed by Eidos-Montreal and published by Square Enix, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy releases October 26 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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