Reviews and Problems with Lego Marvel Super Heroes
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Great graphics and nice concept, not good for small children
15 March 2015
Summary: I got this game for my 5 year old son, the idea is great however this game is not age appropriate for a small child. He loves super heroes and I thought he would love this game. The graphics are great, the game is too challenging for small children.
Summary: I bought this game and Mario Kart along with the Nintendo 2DS game console for my oldest daughter for Christmas (she's 10). Though she loves everything she got, out of the two she loves this Lego's game the most. She was on Level 7 within 3 days or so of playing. I love how there is not much adult content in the game and kids can enjoy it without hearing curse words and such. My daughter's happy, so I'm happy.
Summary: If you're buying this for a child, please note this version of the game is much harder than that on the major consoles. We have this same game for the xbox 360 and our 5 year old can play it with limited assistance. However, this version seems to be much harder and he constantly needs help to get through the levels. It finally got to the point where I would just beat the levels for him and then allow him to go back and "play" in the freeplay mode.
Summary: It is a significantly easier version of lego games. Although it is a neat handheld adaptation and different from the other ones for the PS3 and Wii (for example), it is not as clean cut or challenging.
Summary: Bought this for an adult family member for the 3DS. It's an okay game for adults, entertained him for maybe a few hours and completed in a day. I wouldn't recommend this for an adult gamer or an avid gamer. If you're new to video games or a young child you might find it amusing and an easy start. Other Lego superhero games have been very good in the past, but this one does not really meet the normal standard.