It started out exciting. A new Marvel game!
But then I realized that the graphics looked "meh". There is no way that THIS was a product of Square Enix.
The reason is that it's not.
It's actually published by Nintendo themselves and developed by Team Ninja (Ninja Gaiden series, Dead or Alive series).
The game seems kinda cool, and the change in camera view is a pleasant surprise as well as the inclusion of current MCU characters. And now it makes sense why Marvel Heroes Omega was cancelled. Kind of.
If we delve a little deeper we can safely assume that Nintendo got this "exclusive" due to the fact that ANYTHING developed by Square wouldn't be playable on any Nintendo device without a significant downgrade. Ultimate Alliance 3 would be the best you'll get on the Switch.
That being said, with how huge the Avengers and Marvel's cinematic universe is, you can expect something equally as good when it comes to a game. And Marvel NEEDS to maintain their presence on every format so, knowing that Nintendo could never produce something that would outshine what the Avengers Project is, they have nothing to fear in giving them the reigns to make a game for the simpletons Nintendo enthusiasts.
In fact, the absence of any info on Square Enix's upcoming Marvel game has already overshadowed the existence of this one.
I'm sure this is going to be a fun game, but it's definitely a bone thrown.