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Submitted by ThinkBadMonkey 502d ago | review

It’s A Marvel-lous Lego World - Review from @IM_PLAYIN

IM PLAYIN - "After delaying the release of Lego Marvel by a week, I’ve finally had a chance to sink my teeth into it by now. Although I’ve not been able to play my new console much, I’ve tried to share my time as much as possible between the titles I have. The Lego games always excite me, and this is no exception, and for me, this game has taken a huge step in the right direction. Something that affected the early Lego games was the lack of difference between some characters, and the lack of an open world; with both issues being addressed majorly in this addition to the franchise." (3DS, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) -

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