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Submitted by Scissorman82 678d ago | review

Marvel Heroes Review | Games Abyss

Stephen Fontana writes Growing up I was a huge fan of the X-Men Legends, and Marvel Ultimate Alliance games. There was nothing like donning the cape and cowl of my favorite heroes and whooping some bad guy butt all over the city. The best part of those games was being able to play with my closest friends and cousins for entire weekend marathon sessions. I am happy to say that Marvel Heroes, created by David Brevik of Diablo I and Diablo II fame, has rekindled my love of the action RPG. - See more at: http://www.gamesabyss.com/m... (Marvel Heroes, PC) 9.5/10

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