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Submitted by wheresmymonkey 651d ago | review

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Review – Excelsior! | Laser Lemming

Laser Lemming Writes "Travellers Tale’s latest block based crossover brings together 155 characters from the Marvel universe, although to be honest the game main story revolves mostly around characters that were made famous through the movies, so at least initially it’s more like LEGO Avengers than the Marvel universe proper, with the likes of Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, and Spider Man featuring heavily,

As such Lego Marvel Super Heroes is best described as an odd mash up of the comic and film universes as Travellers Tales have taken easily recognisable and popular elements from both and created the kind of colossal cross-over that Marvel fans would love to see on the silver screen, but sadly won’t any time soon thanks to rights issues that prevent the creation of a fully realised Marvel universe in movie land any time soon." (3DS, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 4/5

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