LEGO Marvel Super Heroes | Gameguide LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Gameguide

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Nothing seems able to stop the flood of Lego games, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Batman, just about anything pop-culture related seems to have had a Lego game spin off. And now it’s time for the biggest Lego game ever, Lego Marvel Super Heroes. The game begins, as many games do, with a cut scene. This time we see the Silver Surfer, surfing through space, but then he accidentally crash lands on earth, scattering powerful Cosmic Bricks across the planet. Dr. Doom wants to use these Cosmic Bricks for nefarious reasons, so it’s up to the many Marvel Super Heroes to stop him.

It’s probably no coincidence that the game takes place in New York, shortly after the conclusion of the Avengers film, Marvel have been extremely good at tying their universes together. And seeing this in a Lego game is cool. I’m not going to tell you about any possible movie references or if there are any hints as to the future of the Marvel universe, you’ll have to play the game to find out that kind of information!

But I can tell you that being a Lego game, the cut scenes not only drive the storyline, but inject the necessary Lego humour that we’ve all come to know and love.

If you’ve played a Lego game before, which I’m assuming most of us have, you know what to expect. Multi-player or single-player you’ll get to play with a range of characters, each with their own special abilities. These abilities will be key to completing some of the levels. These levels will involve smashing things, building things, fighting things and solving puzzles. But as with the cut scenes the main gameplay focus is on having fun.

Then there are the hidden objects to try and find, some of which will require using characters you haven’t unlocked yet – a great way to entice you back for a second play through!

The really cool thing about Lego Marvel Super Heroes, however, is that it’s accessible for the casual gamer, but holds the interest of serious gamers as well. What’s more. with it’s multiplayer split screen option, it makes a great game to co-op with your kids.

Rating: PG Mild violence.

Available on: Xbox One, XBox 360, PS4, PS3, PS Vita, NDS, N3DS, Wii U, PC Reviewed on: Xbox One



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