Summary: The game overall is really neat, but when you get stuck, the stupid "tips" that flash at the bottom of the screen are generic and utterly useless. They never are related to the situation at hand, and remind me more of tips that display during loader screens. Some of the controls are blocky and the POV makes it frustrating in some levels to move around. Also, whoever approved the "rotating" split screen needs a new job.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of the lego games. We own almost all of them. This one is fun but it is extremely buggy. It gets stuck a lot which makes you have to restart the game and lose your progress. The first game we had, we ended up having to exchange because it kept getting stuck in the same spot and wouldn't let us progress any further. It's sad too because the game is very cute.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the LEGO adventure games and own and have 100% completed every one of them. I'm a bit puzzled by the really good reviews for this game, though, as I found it to be only an OK entry into the series and a big step back from the previous title (Lord of the Rings). While the different heroes are fun, you quickly find out that Iron Man can do 75% of everything you need, so you just use him all the time.
Summary: Personnaly the game didn't reach my expectation. The plot was almost similar to the previous Lego games, the humor of others game was non-existant, the control at some instances were hard to perform as expected and worst of all, the game froze and in order to continue playing I had to quit it. This make me to start the level again. Since it happen in various occasion I had stop playing the game for good.
Summary: I was really looking forward to this game, being a big Lego adventures and Marvel superhero fan. That lasted about 10 minutes until the game froze. Have been playing it a lot, and it freezes about a third of the time.
Multi-layered, fun to play, but horrible freezing and glitches
Ignacio Blade, Amazon
23 February 2014
Summary: I loved being able to play as my favorite Marvel characters (including Coulson), and it's multi-layered enough to guarantee, literally, days of fun. You get to help citizens and SHIELD agents with their little problems, explore every nook and cranny of NYC to your heart's content. and save the world, too. There's plenty of trophies to achieve, side missions to complete, and a sea of Marvel characters to unlock through the game, so watch out, all you OCD gamers.
Summary: I preordered the game and am just now getting around to actually sitting down an playing it. It's a fun game with bit of funny fluff that you really don't see in the comics or even the movies. Much more kid friendly to be sure, and I don't mind that one bit. I love playing through as all the different characters and just hearing what they've got to say. I also hate having to play the game, especially when it glitches. And it does glitch.