Reviews and Problems with LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
8 May 2014
Conclusion: For fans of the Lego series, or of Marvel, this game is a must. With over 150 individual characters, a lengthy story, and plenty of side missions, collectibles and objectives, Lego Marvel Super Heroes is worthy of the next-gen title.
Excerpt: Lego Marvel Super Heroes is an open-world sandbox game from Travelers’ Tales (TT Games). If you played Lego City Undercover or Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, you have a rough idea of what to expect.
Excerpt: 3DS, PC, PS3, PS4, X360, Xbox One, Wii U LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is a better game than . Yep, there it is. Before you go all Incredible Hulk on us, here's a list of reasons why: 1) It's funnier than GTA V 2) It's nicer than GTA V 3) It has better written story and characters than GTA V 4) Its open...
Excerpt: “Two great tastes that taste great together…” If you were about to sing the finish to that famous tag line using “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups” you would be historically correct, but I dare say that when WB Games and TT Games got together one day to “play” these words were heard in the executive...
Conclusion: Lego Marvel Super Heroes may not only be the best Lego game, but one of the best super hero games. With an insanely large cast of characters and some of the funniest writing I’ve seen this year, Lego Marvel is incredibly entertaining and some of the most fun I’ve had with a game this year.
Summary: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is a fantastic game providing you can overlook the QTEs and technical problems. The story is immensely entertaining and proceeds like a Marvel comic book. Existing LEGO puzzles and mechanics have been refined and built around your favourite superhero’s powers.
Excerpt: Some of my favorite moments in comics have always been the ones where heroes from different books interact with each other. Whether it be Spider-man and Daredevil hanging out in Hell's Kitchen or The Fantastic Four and Captain America teaming up to take on an enemy threatening New York; there's just...
Summary: Lego Marvel Super Heroes is out in the States, but has then horribly drowned in the oceans, seemingly not released in Europe until the 15th November. Quite why Warner would go to such lengths to screw up the release of such an excellent game we’re not sure. We’ve asked.
Excerpt: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes has a lot going for it, just in the title. Marvel’s universe is incredibly rich, and has spread across pop culture enough to be immediately recognizable. Meanwhile, the LEGO video games are famous for their quick action and wit.
Excerpt: The series’ trademark drop-in drop-out cooperative play returns and performs as admirably as ever. I do wish the player count was higher and that the mode was online-capable, though. Tt implemented online only once (in Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga ), and I wish it’d go back.
Pros: 15 long levels, huge array of characters and powers, high replay value
Cons: Local-only co-op, still just two players, admittedly-derivative ideas