Submitted by Wick 701d ago | review

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Review | WGTC

Chad from We Got This Covered wrote:

Although it’s true that this console generation will be remembered for many things, including the meteoric rise in popularity that the Call of Duty franchise earned, as well as the number of rhythm games that made it to store shelves before Activision killed the genre, many families will look back on it fondly as a result of TT Games. Their great idea of combining incredibly popular pieces of fiction with LEGO blocks and a good sense of humour has made for a behemoth over the last several years, and said juggernaut isn’t showing signs of stopping. Of course, when you consider just how successful the franchise has been, it’s not surprising that the developer plans to continue it. (LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 4/5

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