Reviews and Problems with Lego Marvel Super Heroes
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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
18 February 2014
Conclusion: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes represents Traveler’s Tales finest work with the LEGO property. All of the requisite hooks are there: a fun story, good humor, solid gameplay and healthy challenges.
Excerpt: Traveller's Tales LEGO games are almost a national institution by now. Everyone knows them, most of us have enjoyed them at some point or another and there's no doubt that they've released a LEGO version of one of your favourite franchises.
Conclusion: With the step to next generation consoles it will be interesting to see what Travellers Tales can do to keep the Lego games feeling fresh going forwards. As a near-perfect mix of brands, Lego Marvel Super Heroes works as well as you would imagine, it’s just a shame that the framework the game is...
Summary: Developer Traveller's Tales has been creating license-based Lego video games for several years now, and I've been a fan since the beginning. From 'Harry Potter' to 'Star Wars', 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Indiana Jones', it has become difficult to not associate the Lego logo without fond gaming...
Excerpt: For the longest time, I generally paid very little attention to Traveller’s Tales licensed Lego games. Not that I ever thought the games were bad, just that there are very few licensed games that I ever felt were worth my time; why would this series of Lego games be any different?
Conclusion: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is rated E-10 with an ESRB descriptor of Cartoon Violence. You can punch, shoot, and zap bad guys, but they just fall down or go to pieces when defeated. They make it perfectly clear that everything is made out of LEGOs, so violence isn’t really that bad.
Summary: So you've purchased a PlayStation 4 for your family and you're looking for a family-friendly game to go along with your new system. You could get Knack, a light, Pixar-style romp that Jeremy disliked or you could go with Lego Marvel Superheroes.