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LEGO Marvel's Avengers by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

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LEGO Marvel's Avengers is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 6.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Developer: TT Games
  • Category: Action , Adventure

Product Details:

Avengers Assemble! The best-selling LEGO Marvel videogame franchise returns with a brand new action-packed, Super Hero adventure. LEGO Marvel's Avengers features characters and storylines from the critically-acclaimed film Marvel's The Avengers and the smash hit sequel Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron, as well as playable content based on additional Marvel Studios blockbusters, including Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Play as Earth's Mightiest Heroes in their quest to save the world.

LEGO Marvel Avengers

Lego Marvel's Avengers Offers More Than Just The Movies
by Mike Futter

When Lego Marvel's Avengers was first announced, it felt a bit like a step back for that segment of the multifacited Legoverse. Lego Marvel Superheroes was an original tale with a huge cast of characters from throughout Marvel's history. While Marvel Avengers certainly has the trappings of a rote Lego movie-based game (dialogue ripped from the films and familiar story beats), it is already shaping up to be much more. In addition to the plots of both Avengers and Age of Ultron, the recently delayed Lego title includes other cinematic moments (Agent Carter and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., please) as well as segments from the comics.

We got a look at characters who haven't been on screen yet, including the updated Squirrel Girl, Kamala Khan as Ms. Marvel, and over 100 new characters. That's in addition to returning heroes and villains from the last Lego Marvel outing.

The game also has new hub areas, including the Barton farm from Age of Ultron. My hands-on time took us back to the climactic Battle for New York, which rippled across the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Hulk can now charge up his jump Ultimate Destruction style, and while he didn't play much of a role in what we played, we got to see him in action before. With Black Widow, Hawkeye (now with more trick arrows), Thor, and Captain America on the team, I fought off Chitauri, solved puzzles, and took advantage of new finishing moves and team-ups.

Each character portrait now includes a meter on the rim. Executing a finishing move on an enemy takes up about one-third of your power. Once it's filled though, you can trigger a team-up move that wipes out many of the enemies in the vicinity. Each duo has two different moves, depending on who triggered. Despite the constraints of using the pre-existing dialogue, the writing is still sharp and well aligned with the on-screen action.

Unfortunately, we didn't get time to take Iron Man out for a spin. Tony has been hard at work since Lego Marvel Super Heroes. Instead of swapping among the different Iron Man suits using the character grid, switching up suits pulls players into the suit. Each armor set has a different animation, with the Mark I calling in Stan Lee to weld it on and the Mark V entombing Tony from its portable briefcase storage. The Hulkbuster is on hand (and, yes, you will get to fight the Hulk). Stan Lee isn't left out, as he has his own mustachioed Iron Stan armor and even a Stanbuster suit. It comes with a typewriter, lamp, and pencil cannon.

I understand why we're waiting to play Lego Marvel's Avengers considering Lego Dimensions is likely to get the spotlight this fall. However, the wait to January 26 just got longer for me now that I've had hands-on time.

Learn more about LEGO Avengers at Game Informer

Features:

  • Experience the Blockbuster Action from the Avengers Films - Relive the most amazing moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including the famed Battle of New York between the Avengers and Super Villain Loki as seen in Marvel's The Avengers, experience the epic action from Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron with The Avengers, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Vision and Ultron, journey through familiar Marvel cinematic locations and more, all with a splash of classic LEGO humor!
  • Diverse Roster of Characters - Play and unlock more than 100 new characters that have never appeared in a LEGO game before, including Super Heroes and Super Villains from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as classic Avengers characters featured in Marvel Comics.
  • Variety of Iconic Marvel Cinematic Locations - Adventure through iconic settings from the Marvel Cinematic Universe as seen in Marvel's The Avengers and Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron, while also experiencing playable content and locations from additional Marvel Studios blockbusters, including Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
  • New Character Powers and Abilities - Execute Avengers Team-Ups and Avengers Initiative moves to progress through the story. Players can roam around Open World environments using brand new gameplay mechanics - play as Hulk to super jump off skyscrapers, use Quicksilver to speed run over water or even play as giant characters like Fing Fang Foom who can grow to the size of buildings.
  • Open World & Free Roam Gameplay - Enjoy a unique take on open world gameplay while exploring the expansive streets of LEGO Marvel Manhattan, or discover up to seven other supporting HUB environments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Asgard, Sokovia, South Africa, Barton Farm, Malibu, Washington D.C. and the S.H.I.E.L.D. Base Exterior. Encounter numerous quests, races, puzzles and even random crimes, as well as a myriad of characters and vehicles to choose from to explore on land or in the air.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game is just as good as lego star wars TCS. this game I don't even know where to begin the fact that you can explore open worlds is awesome and that can have more than just avengers for you to play as and that there are cool puzzles for you to solve in the game.
    Date published: 2016-12-20
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from This game is absolutely not worth its price. this game is ok maybe for kid gamers but not others the gameplay is minimal at best. this game makes me feel tired
    Date published: 2016-10-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from For fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe If you like Lego video games, you know what you are getting. This one covers most of the content of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but not all. If you are a fan, you will probably enjoy this game. I am 35, a long time comic fan, and Father of 4. My kids and I enjoy playing it.
    Date published: 2016-05-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Looking on here, I see no one gave this a very in depth review. So that's what i plan to do. I haven't finished the game quite yet, but i feel I've played it enough that i can give it an honest review. Story: The story is taken directly from the movies, which is good for first time players who expect that. However, for those of you who have played Lego Marvel, you'll find this game lacking in a few areas. I for one was expecting an add on to the story from the first game, and was actually disappointed to find out that this wasn't the case. Levels: The levels are not as long as the first Lego Marvel game, but i think this actually makes it a bit better. Being able to play through the levels quicker means you can get more done in a single play session. It also doesn't feel like a chore to then play through them several times. Characters: The X-men, Fantastic four, Spider-man, and Deadpool have all been taken out. This may be a turn off to some people. However, that leaves room for new characters. You can play as a lot more lesser known hero's and maybe even find a new favorite. Worlds: Their are several hub areas to explore including Manhattan, S.H.I.E.L.D. base, Washington D.C, and more. My one issue with this is that in the hub worlds you don't have a map. Rather you have a sonar, which has yellow and purple dots. You never know what your going up to until your there. Are you searching for a specific character to unlock, or maybe a certain vehicle, too bad. Either go to google or have fun flying around all of New York. There is now way whatsoever to see a map, which when your trying to make your way around New York is a pretty big deal. New York is the biggest hub and where you'll most likely spend most of your time. Its directly copied and pasted from the first game, but like i said no map. So it's a bit harder to maneuver. Character Customization: This was honestly the biggest let down for me. Ive been very into making my own characters in these games since Lego star wars, but this was the worst customization Ive seen in a Lego game. Yes, you do have many choices, but as far as powers or weapons go you need to do things specifically. Either they have to have the same face, hair, hat, or whatever, as a preexisting character to have those powers. This is how things were before, but now its very limited to a small amount of characters. I even found a glitch where if you want your character to have Scarlett Witches powers you have to give it She-Hulk's face. The list of powers you can have is very small, considering how many different powers they programed into the game i wish we could have chosen. If its custom let me pick maybe two or three powers. Not give me Scarlett Witches (She-Hulk's) face, Nova's helmet, and Caps shield. As far as weapons are concerned, its very limited as well. I'd love to be able to use any character's weapons. All in all, this is a fairly good Lego game. At first i was very skeptical about it, with taking out so many characters, not doing the story i was hoping for, and such horrible customization. However, I've come to see it as a fairly good game, not great, but good. The levels are shorter and easier to get through quickly, but that doesn't mean that they aren't fun. There are many different hub worlds so you have plenty of space to play around. The game has its ups and downs, its strengths and its weaknesses, but it still is fun to play. What i liked most: Many hubs, a lot of characters What i didn't like: Bad customization, no maps in hubs
    Date published: 2016-04-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome game awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Date published: 2016-04-04
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Trash This game is actually bad and Lego should never use marvel because DC is better. I recommend this game to no one because it has no open world aspect.
    Date published: 2016-02-16
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