Reviews and Problems with Lego Marvel Super Heroes
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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Wii U)
26 November 2013
Excerpt: guy for Vooks. It also feels like we’ve gotten to the point where almost every four months there is some new franchise that the team at Traveller’s Tales have managed to transform into the now ubiquitous and somewhat iconic square block.
Conclusion: Marvel Super Heroes is the latest, possibly greatest, in the revered LEGO games franchise. The Wii U's exclusive benefit of each player having their own screen is a big deal, but this is a fun game regardless of the platform you play it on.
Excerpt: Remember your complaints about LEGO games? How simple puzzles with brightly displayed instructions explaining which present character could complete them and a lack of consequence for death combined to make for games that felt like pop-up books? Traveller's Tales doesn't care about that.
Summary: The LEGO series of games has always been focused much more on content rather than gameplay, and Marvel Super Heroes continues on in this tradition. As the games continue to expand outward rather than upward, longtime fans may start to see through the cracks and realize that what they’re being fed is...
Excerpt: Ya es una tradición el hecho de disfrutar de aventuras ambientadas en una inmensa cantidad de licencias y personajes de éxito... pero bajo el prisma de LEGO. Sí, porque esta saga ha conseguido establecerse como una de las más apetitosas por el gran público, franquicia que recibe una de sus mejores...
Pros: La colosal cantidad de personajes controlables., Gran sentido del humor., El modo cooperativo local., Notable apartado audiovisual., Muy rejugable.
Cons: Algunas situaciones se repiten durante el desarrollo de la aventura., Ausencia de cooperativo online.