It was a fun pew, pew, pew action flick but it didn't really do much for me. For an Avengers movie where every other movie that Marvel release is one expensive advert for it, it felt very needless. Ultron just seemed like a crappy bad guy. I felt the same about the bad guy in Guardians of the Galaxy too. I'm pretty disappointed by Joss Weadon that he could turn out such a mediocre movie and if you're a casual fan of these movies, it really came across as confusing. At times it felt like you needed a PhD in Marvel lore.
@khann: @ben_h: thanks for the answers duders. It says about weather in the store description but they've said that about the previous games and they were extremely limited. Super glad to hear this. This sounds amazing and a super odd thing to throw up on EA with no build up but it seems a lot of people are excited by this. I'll have to inform my dad. He was a big fan of these games back in the PSX era but he didn't really care for DiRT 2 or 3 very much. I hope Drew does a QL soon.
@bane122: it's covered in the documentary. PC sales (outside of backers) was just over 100,000 but something I wasn't aware of was that they weren't paid for Costume Quest 2 because of financial issues with Majesco. Then they had a publisher cancel a game on them which forced them to fire 12 members of staff. Pretty grim end to 2014.