Lego Marvel Super Heroes (2013)

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When the Silver Surfer and his surfboard are knocked out of the sky, shattering the board into bricks that are scattered throughout the Marvel Universe, Nick Fury calls in the heroes of the Marvel Universe to retrieve the "cosmic bricks", before villains, like Loki or Magneto, can take them.


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Arthur Parsons (story), Stephen Sharples (story), Jonathan Smith (story), Mark Hoffmeier (script), Wil Evans (additional dialogue), Toby Everett (additional dialogue), Joe Moore (additional dialogue), Dewi Roberts (additional dialogue), Rob Liefeld (character created by: Deadpool), Fabian Nicieza (character created by: Deadpool), Todd McFarlane (character created by: Venom), David Michelinie (character created by: Venom), David Michelinie (character created by: Carnage), Mark Bagley (character created by: Carnage), Bill Mantlo (character created by: Rocket Raccoon), Keith Giffen (character created by: Rocket Raccoon), Jim Starlin (character created by: Drax the Destroyer), Jim Starlin (characters created by: Gamora & Thanos), Walter Simonson (characters created by: Malekith & Beta Ray Bill), Ole Kirk Christiansen (based on: LEGO Construction Toys), Godtfred Kirk Christiansen (based on: LEGO Construction Toys), Jens Nygaard Knudsen (based on: LEGO Construction Toys)

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24 November 2013 | fitzgerald-284-313483
9
| Another solid Lego Game
This one isn't perfect, but it's pretty good. My biggest issue is the lack of clear direction while roaming NYC once you complete the core mission. Lots to do, but it can be frustrating finding things to do. It's also geared to Iron Man and others than can fly with a lot of missions and goodies only being available to those who can get to the top of the many skyscrapers on the map. I guess this lends itself to the team concept of the game, but it leaves you out if you are trying to do everything with, say Wolverine, or Deadpool. The game play is tight and the super heroes have diverse fun powers, so one you figure out the mission is a blast. The gold standard for Lego games seems to be "Star Wars: The Complete Saga." and that was because the missions were clear and the "home" hub was familiar. This game does that with the HeliCarrier, but it can still be confusing as to what the next mission may be. Overall it's a nine out of ten. I little bit better direction around the city would give it a point to be a 10.

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Action | Adventure | Family | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

22 October 2013

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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