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Submitted by Alexious 449d ago | review

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Review - Worlds Factory

LEGO MARVEL Super Heroes' story mode may be a drag, but the open world content aptly makes up for its dull and repetitive nature. (3DS, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 70/100

amodestoccasion  +   449d ago
The open world and the amount of straight up fanservice make me want to try this game. All the Lego games have been average to pretty good, so it's nice to hear they're consistent at least. I only hope that someday we get a Lego DC Universe Vs Lego Marvel game... Think about it.

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