Excerpt: We love the Marvel Super Hero Squad cartoon – but does it make a good game for Wii? Find out by reading Kidzworld’s review of the second game in the series, Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet …
Excerpt: As the world of comicbook heroes become more and more popular in both the movies and video games, the Nintendo Wii sometimes misses out on these blockbuster games but fortunately the Marvel Super Hero Squad has flown onto this console as gamers control a variety of Marvel Universe comicbook...
Excerpt: Our boys love Marvel Super Hero Squad. Due to the nuclear meltdown over at THQ we missed Marvel Super Hero Squad The Infinity Gauntlet. No fear true believers because I saved up my own money to purchase and play this home console game.
Excerpt: My boys love playing with the little Marvel Super Hero Squad toys. A video game based on the toys (editor: and television show) perked my ears right up. To make matters even more interesting THQ is the publisher. They are well known in the family friendly gaming circles.
Summary: This is a company I grew up on, and which I find upon reflection left some impact on my childhood upbringing and the development of my adult viewpoints and approach to life. Amid all the superheroic mayhem, big issues were addressed. Metaphysical and existential subject matter were touched on.
Pros: Undeniably cute character designs.
Cons: Gameplay, see above., Inappropriate and cloying voices, see above., Randomized controls and cameras that leave you to die offscreen in multiplayer mode, see above., Did I mention this game sucks yet? This game, sucks
Colorful superhero action with a great sense of humor.
Common Sense Media
3 July 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet is a video game tie-in to the comedic and colorful Super Hero Squad TV show on Cartoon Network. Like the show, the game features "cute" versions of popular Marvel heroes, like Iron Man, Hulk, and Captain America, and goes for...
Loads of fighting with heroes but has funny, spoofy vibe.
Common Sense Media
1 July 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this bright, colorful adventure, featuring a pantheon of well-known superheroes -- depicted in more childlike, cartoonish style than usual -- will appeal to kids far younger than its intended audience.
Excerpt: Any kid nowadays should know of the Marvel Super Hero Squad line of action figures. For those kids, or adults for that matter of fact, who are not, I recommend that you just take a walk down to your local Toys R Us where you will find oodles of these pintsized takes on the Marvel Super Hero...