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Submitted by WolfLeBlack 251d ago | review

(WGB) Lego Marvel Super Heroes - Review

Baden of WGB writes: "I’m a comic book lover, an avid reader of numerous Marvel, DC and indie titles ranging from the well-known names of Spider-Man and Batman to the lesser looked at heroes and villains. I’m also an avid lover of the Lego series, charming games that provide a welcome relief from blowing stuff up all the time, although they’re far worse than the Call of Duty series for being shoved out with rehashed gameplay. So, when you combine the Lego license with the entire Marvel Universe, you’ve got a game that I was probably going to love from the very first minute.

I was wrong. It was the first second." (3DS, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 3.5/5

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