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LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes - Nintendo 3DS
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- Battle the forces of evil with a myriad of powers like super-strength, flight, and invisibility at your disposal
- 45 action-packed missions range across the breadth of the Marvel Universe
- Use fast-pace combat and activate Super Moves like Hulk's Thunder Clap and Iron Man's Arc Reactor
- Complete challenges and earn awesome rewards
- Get super powered assistance from tag team partners or take full control of them in Free Play
- Enjoy the game with Touchscreen functionality
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Platform: Nintendo 3DS | Edition: Standard
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This game has to be the most stripped down lego game I've ever seen. As if they didn't put ANY effort into it at all. If you've played other lego games, IT'S NOT LIKE THAT AT ALL! Lego batman 2 for example had about 15 levels but each took you around 15-20 minutes, sometimes longer if you tried to collect everything and had tons of replay value by opening new areas with new characters. In this game, instead of giving you 15 levels that you work your way through, there are 15 levels broken down into 3 specific missions (one is always fighting some kind of boss). They restrict you to a certain area, there is no platforming, no lego puzzles or building like you'd expect. It plays much more like a beat em up where you're on a field with a bunch of enemies attacking you. Each mission can be completed with 5-8 minutes. Each mission has different objectives that is suppose to make it worth replaying but the levels are so short, it's not even worth it. One of those objectives is to complete the mission in 90 seconds, just to give you an idea of how short they are. I even beat one of the "bosses" with one power move in about a minute. I'm not someone that rushes through games. I like to take my time. Lego Batman 2 took me about 12 hours to play through. Unless you're a completionist who is intent on replaying each mission multiple times for the objectives, you could probably finish this entire game in one 3-4 hour sitting.Read more ›
Long story short, this game is a lobotomized version of a Lego game. If you played ANY of the Lego games previous to this, you will sorely miss the following:
--More than two characters in Free Play Mode (and only one of your choosing).
--More than one character in the first playthrough of each level.
--Build your own character.
--A free-roaming "base" to meander between levels (like the catina in Lego Star Wars).
--The ability to jump.
--Minikits that you can build.
--Death only causing you to lose studs.
You will also be treated to the following:
--Quirky controls that are not always responsive.
--"Challenges" (i.e. Achievements) that are requirements (more on this later)
--Glitches that will cause you to need to play the same level again, and again, and again to get past the glitch. I played a level 4 times to overcome glitches; one knocked me off the screen through a wall, one had me "stuck" in a wall, and the fourth one glitched at the end of the level.
--Cutscenes that do not pause the action. Yes, you can take hits while a cutscene takes place and nearly die at the end.
--Levels that take 40-120 seconds to complete.
--Low quality audio and video for level cutscenes.
--A story that is incomplete due to removed scenes.
--Each death makes you restart the level.
--An overhead-only view.
Now for more details!
The levels are broken down by location.Read more ›
The first thing I noticed when beginning Lego Marvel was the markedly bad graphics. Admittedly, this is my first outing on a made-for-3DS Lego game. (My other games were Lego Star Wars and Lego Pirates for DS and Lego Batman and Lego Indiana Jones for PSP.) Even so, the graphics for this game seemed like a DS port rather than taking full advantage of the 3DS's great graphic capability. To make the problem even worse, the game looks stretched out on my XL screen. Being a brand new release, I expected a lot more out of this game visually, and was really excited to see crisp, 3D capable cinematics. There's another dud. Not a single 3D scene to be found.
Next--and even worse than the poor graphics--is the gameplay. You feel constricted to do what Lego games have always been about--exploring and scratching that completionist itch. With the inability to even jump, I feel pushed along and really unable to enjoy myself. Each mission feels more like a chore than a joy, which is a shame.
The nail in the coffin for me is the lack of what I call the Command Center. In Lego Star Wars, you had the Cantina. In Pirates, you had the Port. In Marvel, you just get menus. This really kills the personality of the game and makes it seem even more like a checklist than a solid, enjoyable Lego game. Quite a break from tradition.
In closing, sub-standard graphics, unsatisfying gameplay, and lack of personality really kill this game for me. Regardless, I will probably try to beat it and unlock all the characters and powerups before trading it in for my next--hopefully much more enjoyable--3DS game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Even though I bought this for my son, I believe I like it more than him lol He would give it a 1 star but not I. I enjoy playing it.Published 1 month ago by QueenB
this game was not made for 3d nor was it a completed. the controls are absolute garbage and it is not worth the cost to make the cartridge that game is programmed ontoPublished 2 months ago by Brett