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- Smash, swing and fly in the first LEGO videogame featuring more than 100 of your favorite Super Heroes and Super Villains from the Marvel Universe, including Iron Man, Wolverine, the Hulk, Spider-Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Loki and Deadpool.
- Perform new and powerful moves as 'BIG-fig' characters like Hulk and Abomination. Leave a path of destruction as you smash through LEGO walls and throw cars using hyper strength.
- Discover LEGO Manhattan like never before, and travel to iconic locations from the Marvel Universe, such as the X-Mansion, Asteroid M and Asgard.
- Create unique Super Heroes with customizable characters.
- Enjoy an exciting original story, filled with classic LEGO videogame adventure and humor.
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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. Players will chase down Cosmic Bricks as they travel across LEGO Manhattan and visit key locations from the Marvel Universe, such as Stark Tower, Asteroid M, a Hydra base and the X-Mansion.
Help save Earth as your favorite Marvel character with your super-cool strengths and abilities:
- Iron Man flies, hovers, shoots missiles and unleashes a powerful unibeam directly from his chest.
- Spider-Man shoots webs, uses his spider-senses to spot objects invisible to others, crawls up walls and, of course, web-slings.
- Captain America throws his mighty shield at objects and enemies, embeds it into a wall to create a platform, and protects himself from damage.
- Hulk smashes!
LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES software © 2013 TT Games Publishing Ltd. Produced by TT Games under license from the LEGO Group. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and the Knob configurations and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. © 2013 The LEGO Group. © MARVEL. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved. WB GAMES LOGO, WB SHIELD: ™ & © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (s13)
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Top customer reviews
Yes,it's more smashing objects, completing missions, smashing objects, unlocking characters, smashing objects, collecting studs (for the curious, this time you get "True Believer" because of course you do), and smashing even more objects. It's a formula that works, and if this game lacks any sense of real innovation (though there are actually times when it benefits you to have the Hulk turn into Bruce Banner), it makes up for that with a good sense of fun.
In the game, our heroes deal with Doctor Doom and Loki, who have teamed up to recover Cosmic Bricks left by the Silver Surfer. Within the first mission and cut scenes thereafter, you see not only those three characters, but also Sandman, the Abomination, the Hulk, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Maria Hill, Agent Coulson, Nick Fury, Captain America and Mister Fantastic.
The game is good clean fun, and suitable for ages six and up, roughly. The violence is far less than what you'd get with the average kids cartoon, and the puzzles may baffle the youngest players, but the older ones will do just fine.
I'm overall extremely pleased with this game. TT continues to prove that they really "get" the various franchises they work with and that they understand what makes Lego so much fun.
This game takes you on an adventure never seen in the Marvel movies before, but a battle with Doctor Doom and many other villains. After the Silver Surfer is knocked out of the sky by Doctor Doom, his board is shattered into several "Cosmic Bricks." You then spend the rest of the game trying to keep those bricks out of the hands of villains.
The gameplay itself is similar to all other Lego games that came before it. If you are playing with the keyboard, WASD is to move. U is change character, H is the main attack and you hold to aim, J is jump and fly, K is to interact with objects, Space and CTRL key are to select characters, Enter is Pause, and Esc is Menu. If you are using a Xbox controller hooked up to your computer: The left joystick and D-pad are to move, Y is change character, A is jump and fly, X is Attack, B is interact, and Start is pause. If you would like to play CO-OP, you may plug in another controller, or use the other side of the keyboard. The arrow keys are to move, S, O and CTRL can change character, 1 is attack, 2 is jump and fly, Enter is Pause, and Esc is Menu.
The game runs smoothly, and has excellent graphics. The recommended specs are enough for almost any modern computer, meaning almost anyone may enjoy it.
The Deadpool minilevels are about 1/3 of a full level. They're the same as a level, just shorter and smaller, and you get Deadpool being a sassmouth while you're trying to play.
The levels do get formulaic after a bit, and most of the puzzles are pretty obvious. They rarely require more htan three steps, but a lot of them require multiple characters. The game has an overarching plot, so it's like a big movie. Also -- dialogue! It's an actual decent plot that requires actual dialogue with real actors.
I was amused that in the enormous cast of characters (more than HP), there were a lot of obscure ones from comics only, the 70s, some I've never heard of.
For myself, this purchase initiated a seemingly lengthly "hardware-upgrade" quest, of sorts, for the right PC gear. From old PC Frankenstein hardware thrown together (oh the terrible video card lag using PS2 controllers emulation running X360CE, etc.) up to the current moment, using WIN8.1 running with an ATI Radeon GDDR5 based-memory video card on a Crucial SSD using two Xbox 360 wireless controllers connecting to a Microsoft USB receiver, etc. For playing this game, it was well worth the time and a bit of a learning experience while acquiring the right gear for us to play.
Anyhow, the game is fun to play because once you have most of the characters unlocked (or at least the right ones), one can choose a random character and tinker around with their super power "skill". Get it and start having fun unlocking and discovering all of the familiar (and not-so famous) super hero characters! You'll have "super" fun; no seriously you will!!!
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