Reviews and Problems with LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
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More of the Same
Steve Markey, Amazon
24 June 2014
Summary: Have you played any LEGO game? They are all the same do the missions, unlock the characters go back and unlock the rest of the stuff, rinse and repeat. These are not ground breaking games, but if you are a parent, they are great games to play with your kids. Plus a lot of the older lego games you can get dirt cheap now.
Summary: i kept on hearing good reviews about this game and decided to buy it when it came on sale. After having a fun runs with this game, its pretty decent and didn't know it came with 3D enabled [to turn 3D off press T] .. in all great game.
Summary: This game is like all other LEGO games. The gameplay is the same except it doesn't allow the mouse and the keyboard to work together. I've read reviews that Steam is a problem. It worked well for me with the exception of the 3 hour download of the game. It took awhile but it is worth it! I spent two hours playing this game and I'm still on the second level. I only gave the game 4 stars is because the gameplay might be confusing for some gamers.
Summary: its another lego game the same old ideas that really are kind of getting old however this is the first time i've seen an open world and activities to do in it in a lego game great improvement over anything else i've seen from lego just still its a bit of every thing we've seen before with the added element of an open world
Summary: I bought this game for my 4 and 8 year old for Christmas. And thanks to Steam's new Family Share, they both have their own stats (thanks Steam). this game is just plain fun. The voice acting is great, the story line is good. My kids love it especially my 4 1/2 year old son. He went from wanting to be batman when he grows up to wanting to turn green and bulking like the hulk (therapy starts on Monday).
Summary: The Lego games series are brilliantly done and Marvel Super Heroes is no different. Things are a little different in that all the characters are now fully voice acted. Part of the charm of the other games was simply watching the expressions of the characters as the story progressed, however it works with this game. Some people may not agree. The main story took me about eight hours to complete, but there is plenty of replay value here.