Marvel: the game of Captain America and Black Panther will be single player, details on the protagonists

Marvel: the game of Captain America and Black Panther will be single player, details on the protagonists


During yesterday's Disney & Marvel Games Showcase the first teaser trailer of the new Skydance game starring Captain America and Black Panther was presented. Now new details have arrived thanks to an interview with Amy Hennig and the release published on the official Marvel website.

During an interview with IGN, Hennig explained despite the presence of several playable characters, the Marvel game of Skydance will not be cooperative but a completely single player experience.

Marvel, an official image of the new Skydance game From the official Marvel website, instead we learn that the Skydance title will have an original story that takes place during the Second World War and in different parts of the globe. Players will play the role of four different protagonists: a young Steve Rogers (aka Captain Amercia); Azzurri, T'Challa's grandfather and the Black Panther at the time of the Second World War; Gabriel Jones, an American soldier and member of the Howling Commandos; and finally Nanali, leader of the Wakanda spy network.

The site also claims that players can expect a narrative-centric AAA game with "intuitive controls and exhilarating gameplay that captures Marvel action and excitement, inspired by comics, television and movies."

For the moment no further details have been revealed on the Marvel game of Skydance and Amy Hennig, so to find out more we just have to wait patiently for the next few months.

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Marvel at the level of detail in this four-bedroom Dallas home

Walking through this Dallas home is a feast for the eyes because of its abundant details, from elaborate crown moldings to patterns in the wood flooring and thoughtful, functional details that reflect a luxurious lifestyle.

Three lots on Lakeside Park in the Caruth Homeplace neighborhood were combined to create room for this custom-built, 8,339-square-foot home, according to listing information.

Listing agent Joe Kobell of Ebby Halliday Realtors said many of the homes in the Caruth Homeplace neighborhood have a “classic and ageless” design. The neighborhood has a homeowners association, plus tennis courts and a pool, Kobell said.

But this home is unique, Kobell said, because of the quality of its construction — mahogany is inlaid in the wood floor patterns throughout, and the library is adorned in wood, to name a few details.

“The best thing about this house is the quality,” Kobell said.

The majority of the home’s square footage is on one level, with only the separate apartment (which has a separate entrance in the garage) on the second level. The home was custom built in 1990. Kobell said the current sellers, the home’s second owners, have made many updates in the time they have owned the property. The home has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-bathrooms.

The home’s foyer has pale blue marble incorporated in a diamond pattern on the floors. The foyer leads into a long hallway that runs a considerable length of the house. The formal living room, dining room and library are all off of this long hallway. Two bedroom suites are located at one end of the hallway, each with an en suite bathroom. One of the bedrooms has a domed ceiling adorned with stained glass, Kobell said.

The home has extremely detailed crown molding throughout, with different patterns in different rooms — like a floral design in a powder bathroom that coordinates with the colors and patterns of the botanical wallpaper.

The home’s wood-adorned library has a coffered ceiling, a fireplace with carved details along the mantle, built-in bookcases and access to a full bathroom. This room is included in the total bedroom count, Kobell said.

The butler’s pantry, which connects to the kitchen, has a unique detail: There’s a small basin with a drain built into the countertop that, Kobell said, was designed to be filled with ice to chill champagne or wine. This portion of the butler’s pantry area has a pocket door that connects it to the dining room, providing a space to serve food or pass items (like that conveniently chilled champagne bottle) through to the dining area.

The kitchen is spacious with ample countertop space and many cabinets for storage. It connects to a breakfast area that overlooks the outdoor patio area. The family room (or den), a cozy space with a fireplace, is easily accessible from the kitchen and breakfast room. The primary suite is located past the family room, with two full bathrooms and a bonus room next to the bedroom that could have many uses.

The home has a four-car garage and a guest apartment with a kitchen and a full bathroom. Kobell estimated that the separate apartment makes up about 1,250 square feet of the home’s total 8,339 square feet.

The home at 1 Lakeside Park is listed for $3,550,000.

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