Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Credits Comic Creators for Every Costume


Marvel and Square Enix’s Guardians of the Galaxy video game credits the comic book creators behind each alternate costume.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy gives credit where credit is due with respect to its various alternate costumes.

The upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy video game, developed by Eidos-Montréal and published by Square Enix, is sure to credit the comic book creators behind the alternate outfits featured as unlockables. Twitter user Jordan Edwards (@IamJordanZoned) pointed this out, writing, “The Guardians of the Galaxy game credits the comic creators of each costume. That’s awesome!”

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As an example, Edwards shared the information page for Peter Quill/Star-Lord’s “Space-Lord” suit, which appears to have first surfaced online via an IGN video. The suit in question first appeared in 1975’s Marvel Preview #4, with the info page crediting writer Steve Englehart, interior artists Steve Gan and Bob McLeod, cover artist Gray Morrow and editor Gerry Conway.

The suit’s background paragraph appears to be been written Peter Quill himself — in-universe, that is. “My original Star-Lord suit,” it reads. “I based it on some of the old comic books I loved, but the rest of the Ravagers made fun of me for looking too fancy. I’ll admit I went a little heavier on the ‘hero’ side and less on the ‘pirate’ side, but I did carry a sword for a while. Mostly because it looked cool.”

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Set for release later this month, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy sees the titular group of superheroes looking to make a quick buck several years after the events of an intergalactic war that greatly shook the universe. However, when one of their scams goes awry, setting off a catastrophic chain of events that threatens the universe’s fragile state of peace, the Guardians must rise to the occasion and correct their mistake.

Regarding the alternate outfits players can unlock, the game takes cues from the world of Marvel Comics, as well as from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “Oh, I like Peter’s classic blue Guardians costume from the comics. I think it just looks great,” Senior Gameplay Director Patrick Fortier told CBR last month. Senior Narrative Director Mary DeMarle added, “I don’t know that I have a favorite. I actually really like the designs that we came up with for them, and I’ve gotten so used to it that the first time I put on a costume, I had to change it back because it felt weird! But there are a lot of costumes in there. And so far as the MCU, yeah, there are a few nods in there as well.”

Developed by Eidos-Montréal and published by Square Enix, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy releases on Oct. 26 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch and PC.

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