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Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Heroes Self-Assemble | IGN

IGN: "Traveller's Tales used the Lego franchise to do a couple of different DC games, several kinds of Star Wars, the Lord of the Rings, and even Harry Potter. So it's only natural that the next big geek franchise it tackled would be Marvel Super Heroes, especially now that the Marvel movie properties are so hot. But far from being a quick cut-and-paste cash in, the new Lego game is every bit as funny, inventive, and captivating as anything the team has worked on." (3DS, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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