A who's-who of video game voice actors provide solid performances, while the music fits the bill. You know what to expect: repetitive one-liners, lots of noises. It's a fighting game.
Some of the characters might look slightly odd (although Chun-Li's wonky face from older builds has been fixed, thankfully), but overall the visuals are pleasingly chunky and colourful, while the various backdrops are also suitably nice to look at.
Some might baulk at the simplification of some of Marvel vs. Capcom's key game mechanics, put as a 'come-on-come-all' fighting game, they don't come much more welcoming than Infinite. Besides, the onus on accessibility doesn't mean it's necessarily any easier to master.
While the roster has been pared down compared to Marvel vs. Capcom et al., 30 characters is still a lot, and the suite of modes covers all of the bases. The presentation is superb too. You could argue that it makes more sense to just buy Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 instead, though.
A fairly predictable list that cribs from MvC 3 and adds in a few new objectives involving the story and Infinity Stones. There's a good spread here, however, and just the right amount of challenge and grind. Not bad.