Lego Marvel Super Heroes


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LEGO® Marvel™ Super Heroes features an original story crossing the entire Marvel Universe. Players take control of Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Wolverine and many more Marvel characters as they unite to stop Loki and a host of other Marvel villains from assembling a super-weapon capable of destroying the world.

Total Rating: 9.00
Reviews: 3

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Post Date: 17:09 30-11-2014
Rating: 10
Author: 007
Comment: This is a absolutely wondeful game. Very well made as Thedarkboy points out below. 10/10.

Post Date: 11:30 20-06-2014
Rating: 9
Author: Aki013
Comment: The LEGO games is one of the best games in the world.I played two LEGO games: LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes , i like the Lego Marvel Super Heroes ,graphic are good and effects are grat.I like the Marvel charachters my fovarite is Hulk :). 9/10

Post Date: 12:27 30-12-2013
Rating: 8
Author: Thedarkboy
Comment: There have been many Lego games the past twelve months. Lego Lord of the Rings, Lego City Undercover, Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins ... and now it's time for Lego Marvel Super Heroes. You can say what you want about TT Games (not that I have anything special to say about them, but you may have, what do I know) but they are certainly not lazy when it comes to the rewriting famous brands to LEGO format. In Lego Marvel Super Heroes, they aren't breaking new barriers when it comes to game mechanics. However, the developer pours so much fan service, reference humor and known Marvel characters to the series, that it's hard as a nerd to not be swept away once again and just ... enjoy.

It strikes me as early as the opening track when Hulk and company take on the Sandman, how perfect the Marvel universe fit like Lego games. We get an almost inexhaustible supply of famous and lesser-known figures with already established special forces, background stories and worlds. The character gallery covers from Avengers heroes to the X-Men and the Fantastic Four (and more). We all have our own favorite heroes and villains, and believe me - they are in the game, in one way or another. Either they show up in the game's story, or they are unlockable between the main missions.

Unlike, for example, Lego Lord of the Rings, most of the characters feels unique to play as, even though there are more than hundreds of characters in the game. Everyone has their special attacks and abilities. Hulk is terrible strong and can throw around objects as if they were ... yes, Lego pieces, while Iron Man can fly, Captain America bounce back laser beams with his shield and Black Widow make himself invisible. All abilities must be understood as classic Lego tradition to be able to move forward. That all the characters feel so unique also motivates to really try to unlock them - something I definitely did not feel the same for the Lego Lord of the Rings.

This is undoubtedly the most well-stocked Marvel game released since Marvel Ultimate Alliance, as well as the most wholesome Lego adventure yet. If you want to find all the heroes/villains, all the secrets you will have many, many hours in front of you. Between the 15 main missions that revolves around the hunt for Doctor Doom and his collection of so-called Cosmic Bricks, New York City is there, free to explore. It's a pretty powerful feeling to jump from SHIELD's giant ship floating among the clouds, and then glide down to the city below me to the sounds of a grand Hollywood Music. You feel a bit like a superhero. Stuck in lego. The game world is far from Grand Theft Auto large, but still fully stocked with mini-quests, people to help and various race competitions to participate in.

Unfortunately Lego Marvel Super Heroes suffers same sort of problems we've seen in previous Lego titles. The picture update is uneven and messes up as soon as you play split screen. The camera messes; too often during the story maps so I don't see all the roads that are possible to take or objects that can be integrated with. In addition it is also a bit buggy. A particularly frustrating bug is the one that makes it impossible to switch between characters by simply holding down a single button. Instead I have to find special computer centers in the game and select characters via a menu. Only then does it work to switch directly via a button.

Last but not least on my list of complaints, we have the controls. TT Games have persisted in keeping the number of buttons you use to a minimum, which means that the same key is often used for several different purposes. Sometimes it works and sometimes - too often, in my opinion - it does not work at all. For example with Jean Grey, it have happened that I want to lift up an object but instead he creates a force field around him. But note that in the end it might not be a huge problem but rather minor annoyances in an otherwise very entertaining adventure.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes does nothing groundbreaking but rolls on in the same rut. What still motivates my high grade is the entertaining compote of characters, the charming and banal plot, voice actors and humor. If you do not get tired at all on the presentation, you have the absolute most well-stocked, well-made Lego game yet to look forward to.





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