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Submitted by s8anicslayer 267d ago | review

Lego Marvel Super Heroes Wii U Review | EmpireOnline

If you’ve ever sought proof that there’s no shame in being a big kid, there’s every likelihood you will have come across TT Games’ Lego-based oeuvre. More often than not, they take massive film franchises and turn their characters into Lego mini-figures, populating environments entirely with Lego - something that may not sound all that impressive. But they are so beautifully constructed, with such infuriatingly addictive gameplay, that they are more or less irresistible to any gamer, no matter how mature they may be. (LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Wii U) 5/5

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