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A casual gamer reviews: the nostalgic pleasures of MultiVersus

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A self-confessed casual gamer tries new free-to-play hit MultiVersus, the latest release from Warner Bros. and First Player Games. If you missed my recent article detailing my dwindling love for Fall Guys, due to the changes made to the game since it went free-to-play, then let me introduce myself.

I’m a casual gamer, a non-gamer almost. I’m not loyal to any particular console, I tend to play the same game for years at a time, and my skillset is mediocre.

Video games are something I appreciate but only play to unwind.So when I approached MultiVersus – the new crossover fighting game featuring various characters owned by Warner Bros. – I was daunted.

In the trailers and gameplay previews, all I saw was another Super Smash Bros. Brawl. I suddenly experienced traumatic flashbacks to the summer of 2010, when I’d just finished my GCSEs and spent hours as Jigglypuff, cluelessly hammering buttons while my friends picked their specialist characters and wiped the floor with me.

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