What follows are a series of videos that I uploaded to my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. They are captured video of me making my way through the city nodes (Nodes 4 through 6) of my first run on Dark Dimension V. These were more challenging than the first three nodes, but my investment in certain characters, namely Cloak and Dagger, really paid off. I hope this helps others in this game prepare accordingly.
Here’s me going through Node 4. Please note I had some issues with the video recording. I did my best to clear it up. I apologize if it’s hard to follow.
Now, here’s me going through Node 5, which ended up being the most challenging node of the City nodes. I did make a few mistakes, but Cloak and Dagger really showed their worth here.
Here’s me making my way through Node 6. I got a little lucky with the RNG here, but once again Cloak and Dagger proved to be my most valuable characters for this section of Dark Dimension V.
What follows are a series of videos that I uploaded to my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. They are captured video of me making my way through the first three nodes of my first run on Dark Dimension V. This is one of the most challenging levels in the game to date and just getting there was a challenge, due to the gear restrictions. I still managed to get enough characters in and make my way through the first three nodes. Now, I just need some more gear to make my way through the city nodes.
Here’s me going through Node 1.
Now, here’s me going through Node 2, which turned out to be surprisingly challenging.
Here’s me making my way through Node 3, which was actually quite easy once I got through the first wave.
What follows are a couple of videos that I uploaded to my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. They are captured video of me making my way through the Pocket Dimension levels in Marvel Strike Force. These were a lot more challenging than the last time I did them, but I hope these videos help others who are playing this game make their way through. The rewards are definitely worth it.
Here’s my first run.
Now, here’s my Timed Run on Pocket Dimension II.
I hope to upload more footage of me playing this and other games for my channel. If anyone has any tips or suggestions for how to make this content better and more enjoyable for all, please share it. Enjoy!
The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. It’s another video featuring real gameplay footage of me on Marvel Strike Force. For this video, I make my way through the Doctor Voodoo event, A Heroe’s Haunting. Enjoy!
The following are a couple of videos from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. I know it’s been a while since I used my channel to stream any video game content. I saw an opportunity to change that, so I took it. Below are a couple of videos of me completing a few new modes in Marvel Strike Force. Enjoy!
This video is me going through my first run on Pocket Dimension. I’ll try to post the timed run if I get a chance.
The following is a video from my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. If you’ve been following that channel for a while now, you know that I occasionally put out videos of me playing the game, Marvel Strike Force. Most of it is just footage of me playing certain parts of the game. However, this one is a bit different. This one is my first attempt at a tips and strategy video.
Recently, it was announced that Marvel Strike Force would change how it utilizes the Blitz game mode. Now, players will be able to use it as a means to advance in their monthly Battle Pass, which is a critical source of shards and gear. As someone who used Blitz to help advance his roster without spending money, I’ve become quite adept at this mode and I think I can offer some help to newer players.
Again, this is my first attempt at a strategy guide. It also contains some gameplay footage of me doing some demonstrations. If you like how this turned out and would like to see more guides like it, please let me know. Thanks and enjoy!
I’ve been playing video games for most of my life. In that time, I’ve played many games that felt like a long, tedious grind. It’s not just about getting to the end of a level and beating the final boss. Some games are bigger, broader, and more complex. A lot of modern games are like that these days. They’re not something you can beat over the span of an afternoon or over a weekend.
As much a grind they are, it’s still so satisfying when you finally win. That’s a feeling that even casual gamers can appreciate. That’s also how I felt when I recently accomplished something amazing in a game I’ve been playing for years now, Marvel Strike Force. I’ve mentioned before that I started posting captured videos of me playing this game on my YouTube Channel, Jack’s World. Since then, I’ve refined that craft.
As a result, I’ve put together a lengthy playlist of me navigating the Dark Dimension IV levels of the game. If you’re at all familiar with Marvel Strike Force, you know it as one of the toughest runs of the game. I already completed the first run. Now, I’ve completed the timed run and it was quite a harrowing experience. I made sure to capture that experience from start to finish.
Again, it was a hell of a grind, but it was incredibly satisfying when I finished it. Enjoy!
The following are a couple of new videos for my YouTube channel, Jack’s World. These videos are actually an experiment, of sorts. Since I’ve started my channel, I’ve explored all sorts of topics to discuss. I’m still not entirely sure what I’ll focus on with this channel, but I do want that focus to be on something I love.
As it just so happens, I do love video games. One game, in particular, is a mobile game called “Marvel Strike Force.” I’ve been playing it for years and I really enjoy it. I’ve also seen a number of other channels stream themselves doing various types of gameplay. Having just recently learned the right kind of video editing software, I thought I’d give it a try.
The two videos below are me making my way through the Dark Dimension IV levels of Marvel Strike Force. These are some of the hardest parts of the game and it took a long time, just to develop my team to a point where I could manage. I do plan on sharing the gameplay from other nodes. I didn’t include any commentary, but if you’d like me to add that in future videos, please let me know.
Here is me completing Node 11. This one was trickier and I forgot to turn off notifications, so you’ll see some graphics here and there. To those playing this game at this level, I hope it helps!