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4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6 out of 5 stars
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on 27 April 2017
Great game. My boy would spend all day on this game if he were allowed to.
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on 6 March 2017
great game
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on 14 February 2014
I bought this game for my 5 year old and he loved it! what Boy wouldn't love all his super Hero's in Lego?
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on 10 April 2017
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on 1 April 2017
Exactly what we wanted and arrived very quickly
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on 7 June 2017
As advertised, good condition - no issues
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on 21 June 2015
Lego continues to deliver hugely fun games based in different worlds, this one the Marvel Universe. Much like the previous Batman games, it doesn't follow the plot line of any of the available Marvel films. And while this does mean that there is something lost in not exploring familiar set pieces, it does allow for plenty of cross over fun. Having Wolverine next to the Human Torch, next to Iron Man is like the film you wish, but could never practicably happen.

There's not a massive amount that's different here - we're still smashing stuff, building stuff, finding minikits and red bricks, but the levels and the world map are glorious - really fun to explore and beautifully made. The voice acting for the characters is good, and the story is suitably epic.

There's plenty of humour as well - my favourite being the side mission to get the 'snakes off the gosh darn hellicarrier'. Lego does comedy so well, and there's plenty of good material to play with.

I'm a little bemused as to why Mr Fantastic can turn into, among other things, a wrecking ball, a lighthouse and a water pump, but beyond that the depiction of the Marvel characters is excellent, and the range of powers used in lots of different combinations. The balance of getting coins and unlocking stuff is good too, meaning you don't have to replay missions a hundred times - my absolute bugbear in previous Lego games.

Overall, great fun. If you like Marvel or like Lego games, definitely pick this up!
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“Lego Marvel Super Heroes” is an action-adventure videogame that is part of the ongoing Lego saga, and based on the Marvel universe (both the comics and films). It’s a really fun game, intended for children (age 7+) and adults. It follows the gameplay style of the other Lego titles (such as ‘Batman’ and ‘Star Wars’), and is a vibrant, colourful, and humorous videogame.

You can play as one of 180 characters, each with their own unique abilities (e.g. Spiderman can spin webs, while the Hulk can throw and smash large objects). There are several environments to roam around in, such as Lego versions of New York City and Asgard. There are 15 missions in the single-player campaign, as well as 12 side missions. To complete the story will take about 8 to 12 hours (and to collect all pieces and fulfil all the objectives will take about 100 hours) – so there’s plenty of entertainment value with this game.

There are lots of fantastic characters to play as (and to fight against), from Silver Surfer and Doctor Doom to Magneto, Iron Man, and Wolverine. It’s great to experience this crossover Marvel universe, with the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Spiderman, etc.. The ultimate aim is to thwart the attempt of Galactus to conquer the Earth.

This is one of the best Lego videogames available. It has a 2-player cooperation mode (using the same console). It has fantastic graphics, a good story, and great music. If you’ve enjoyed any of the other Lego games then I recommend this one.
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on 12 March 2014
My kids love these LEGO games and I have to say I do too. They feature a massive amount of content and challenges and each game goes to great lengths to capture the license in LEGO form. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is no exception and offers a large sandbox New York City (and helicarrier). The main plot sees Loki, Dr Doom and other super villains attempting to collect galactic blocks in order to summon Galactus to destroy the world and the Avengers and other super heroes trying to stop them. It's all very random, but it doesn't really matter in this kind of game.

Virtually every major (and minor) character from the Marvel universe makes an appearance either in the game or as a collectible. Certain heroes have powers which are required for certain puzzles. For example the Hulk can rip and smash certain sections, Spiderman can sense hidden switches, Magneto can manipulate metal switches, Jean Grey can control minds and so forth. Aside from the main mission there are various standalone levels which can be triggered by visiting areas of the main map.

It's bright, colourful, and offers a very large amount of gameplay for the price. Kids will love it.

Why only 4 stars? Well like all LEGO games, it suffers from inexcusable flaws. The controls are horrible, particularly when flying or webslinging but even for jumping and fighting. It's virtually impossible to fly with any precision and this can be intolerable for some of challenges. In multiplayer mode too there are a range of glitches ranging from obscured objectives, confusing character selection and audio stutters. And then there are crashes. They don't happen but when they do, the only recourse is to reboot the console. All these things point to a production-line mentality at TT which either doesn't have the time or the process to test and refine games to the level they deserve.
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VINE VOICEon 17 July 2014
Fanastic depth like many other Lego titles, migrated to PS3 from Wii and the step up in delivery is fantastic. Crisp graphics, snag free gameplay, Dad and 7yr old son love this game.

Still playing months into it and more to uncover!
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