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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Preview | Machinima

Machinima: "While some game franchises start to become conspicuously predictable or outright stale around the third (or fourth, or fifth) iteration, the robust ‘Lego [Insert Spin Here]‘ franchise still finds ways to stay interesting, and doesn’t seem likely to run out of steam/appeal any time soon. Of course, it certainly doesn’t hurt to be able to mine the width and depth of every other creative franchise/universe floating around out there (Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Batman, Star Wars, et al), either. We recently got a look at Warner Bros. Interactive’s forthcoming Lego Marvel Super Heroes, and so far it’s looking like the biggest and most versatile in the Lego lineup to date." (3DS, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

SavageFlamingo  +   963d ago
I love Lego games.

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