1UP: Marvel Super Hero Squad Review

In addition to the campaign, Marvel Super Hero Squad features a battle mode where you can fight as much as you want in an arena. There's a bit of a catch in that you can't access most of this mode until you unlock the different pieces by playing the campaign, but given that the camera doesn't get in the way and you can play with four-players here instead of two in the campaign, this is where 1UP had the most fun.

Ultimately, though, all that really matters here is if you like the idea of a very simple, kid-oriented brawler featuring cute versions of Marvel characters. The rest of the game falls in line adequately.

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