Goodness, I know I've tried. Since Monster Hunter exploded on the PSP, I've always felt that this was a series I should be into. Like, it was a requirement for me as a resident of Japan. Yet I could never quite get into Monster Hunter.
Trailers for video games are a weird beast, as misleading as they can be esoteric. Free from the burden of trying to directly sell you a piece of art, commercials for video game hardware are often a lot more fun.
The story side of Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite stumbles in trying to achieve a semblance of order amidst the clashing of discordant fictional worlds, but the multiplayer action is just as intense and chaotic as it's ever been, with spectacular battles that are enjoyable no matter which side comes out on top.
I've been playing through L.A. Noire for the last month and a half on Kotaku's Twitch channel. This weekend we finished the game. The conclusion is bittersweet but there was no other way for a tale of crime and corruption to end. Controversial in its day, L.A Noire's ending is perfect when viewed in retrospect.