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Not Sure If Marvel or FIFA as Low Budget She-Hulk Graphics Compared to Career Mode Cutscenes

Not Sure If Marvel or FIFA as Low Budget She-Hulk Graphics Compared to Career Mode Cutscenes

Marvel Studios has been releasing new movies and TV shows faster than we can watch them.

Their latest show, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, an action comedy, has generated excitement and worry, both.

Due to this incredible pace of producing content, the CGI department is struggling to keep up, and She-Hulk is no exception.

This show follows Jennifer Walters, who is an attorney and also a Hulk.

A clip from the latest episode with guest star Megan Thee Stallion has been the subject of hundreds of viral memes just in the past few days.

Twitter has been taken by storm with people comparing the questionable CGI to several lower-budget content like video games.

One of the most prominent tweets was the one that compared this clip to that of a career mode signing cut scene in FIFA 22.

Avid FIFA users will remember that these cut scenes are something of an iconic part of the game.

Before signing any player, the managers sit down together, either in the office or the cafe, and try to get to an agreement about the player.

This is rarely what happens in real life, which involves the technical director, transfer committee, and other members of the board. A lot more than just the player and the manager are involved, but for the sake of the game, it works well enough.

This clip from She-Hulk is almost reminiscent of those clips, and She-Hulk herself could be compared to the manager of the team whose player we wish to buy.

A typical Career Mode cutscene

Marvel’s decision to create so many shows and movies at the same time has been questioned as it is taking a very severe hit on the production value.

Others are defending the show by explaining why the cut scene looks as bad as it does in this clip.

Several users have pointed out that this clip looks bad because the user has “Motion Smoothing” or interpolation turned on, which causes an increase in frame rate.

This might be desired for some videos, but it isn’t for shows shot in a specific frame rate and edited in the same.

As for people watching the show, the series is getting better and better every day.

Although episode 2 was criticized for being too short and having a few story loopholes, the new episode appears to be making up some of the lost viewership for the series.

As an aside, the show may gain traction in the football and gaming circles. As they say, any publicity is good publicity.