Reviews and Problems with Lego Marvel Super Heroes
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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Universe in Peril (3DS) Review
4 December 2013
Excerpt: When a game is spread over a large number of platforms, it’s generally the case that the handheld versions of said game will suffer. They won’t have all the same features of their big console siblings, and often feel like different games entirely. Unfortunately this is true of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes on the 3DS- while the console version is a great application of the LEGO formula to the Marvel Universe, the 3DS version is much less successful.
Excerpt: Lego Marvel Super Heroes on the Nintendo 3DS is a scaled down version of the home console video game. It still has fifteen main areas to play in. The 3DS version of Lego Marvel Super Heroes is broken down into three small levels for each of those main areas.
Summary: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril is a lengthily titled game that provides a sweet and satisfying portable experience for LEGO and Marvel fans alike. It may not live up to the standards that the console version has set for it, but it still offers up a unique experience that will keep players of all ages entertained for a decent number of hours.
Conclusion: The structure of these games is starting to buckle beneath the weight of so many characters and abilities. Perhaps some kind of character wheel is needed during story missions, particularly when you’ve got four or five heroes to choose from and tapping Triangle to cycle through them can be tiresome.
Conclusion: While other studios are put under pressure to innovate, evolve and generally lead the pack, the developer behind the Lego titles added features here and there but hasn't altered its basic gameplay template in years. Not only that, Traveller's Tales seems able to weave its building-kit magic over any IP it so chooses.
Pros: Lots of content, great humour, Marvel fans will love the inclusions
Excerpt: For its latest LEGO -based game, Traveller's Tales has turned to the Marvel universe, an interesting choice considering that WB Games usually dabbles with DC Comics-based properties like the just-released Batman: Arkham Origins . No matter as it still pours in the expected level of heart and attention to make LEGO Marvel Super Heroes one of its best games yet.
Pros: Getting back to the goods, Traveller's Tales also did a solid job with the audio. While most A-list actors don't provide voiceovers for their characters here, the fill-ins do a very good job, particularly Spider-Man and Iron Man. As mentioned before, Clark Gregg does a great job with Coulson, and it's good to hear Stan Lee cut loose with his LEGO counterpart. The music is well done as well, with heroic themes that sound like they fit right in with the Marvel universe....
Cons: Camera problems lead to unnecessary deaths, Split-screen can be a pain with the constantly shifting view, Escort and "fetch quest" missions can be tedious
Conclusion: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universum in Gefahr ist Handheld-Spiele-Design in Reinkultur, denn die Level und Missionen eignen sich perfekt dazu, als kleine Happen nebenbei eingeworfen zu werden. Es ist als Zusatz zur Konsolen-Fassung zu verstehen und nicht als Versuch, dasselbe Spiel auch für unterwegs anzubieten. Und als das funktioniert es.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes - Brickavengers Assemble !
24 December 2013
Summary: Lego Marvel permet de conjuguer deux passions : la destruction d'objets en Lego et la possibilité d'incarner un super-héros Marvel ! Si vous ajoutez à cela un monde ouvert à la GLANDE et des personnages à gogo et la customisation ...