Summary: I had a lot of fun with this game. Fantiastic graphics, very good length (story + open world character collection.) There are TONS of heroes for you to collect and will keep you occupied for hours. Plus this game is auctually fun to play. If you are a fan of lego games then this is a must buy. On the other side of things, the game does have a few spots where it glitches and the flying takes some getting used too. Other than that, great game.
Summary: This might be the only game that my 5 and 7 year old girls and I fight over who gets to play first. Plenty of fun for both ages. Soooooo many characters! It's easy enough that the kids can play for quite awhile on their own, but tricky enough that I had to look up some help from time to time. Didn't take too long to beat it the first time through, but then you can go back and do the Deadpool missions, get all the extra stuff you missed, etc.
Summary: Really fun game, and one of the only 'Couch Co-op' games out there when I picked up my PS4. The only real knocks I would give it is the camera angle changes. Sometimes it sticks to a good setup and then as you move around just becomes utterly disorienting. This didn't happen so much that it became a real problem but was noticeable. The other knock is switching between characters while in co-op.
Summary: I'm a father of a six year old boy who finds the lego game titles to be very entertaining. We have purchased a Star Wars version for both the Wii (yuck-looks like garbage) and PS3 and a Harry Potter version for the PS3 as well. This is hands down the best I've seen but still carries the same familiar features and themes. I have some fond childhood affection for certain comic characters and an overwhelming number are used in this game.
Summary: The levels are entertaining and the game is just all around fun. My wife, who is not really into video games has always played the Lego games and they are entertaining for us to play together. If you are a fan of the marvel heroes and villains it's worth the money.
Summary: There's so much in this game. I finished the story and still was only about 15% through the game--I wanted to keep going and fortunately there are plenty of fun missions and hidden features that I can keep playing it on and on. I see it as sort of a whimsical version of the old Marvel Ultimate Alliance game. So many characters, each with skills that are implemented well. Fun for adults and kids to play together and also a great way to expose kids to the Marvel universe.