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Lego Marvel?s Avengers Review Round Up: Newest Game Scores High, Here?s What You Should Know

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The new Lego game now features Earth?s Mightiest Heroes, but will the big powerhouse team can convince the fans that this game is so much fun?

A new Lego game has arrived and this time it features the Marvel franchise, the last Lego Marvel game was Lego Marvel Superheroes last 2013 and so far it received fairly good reviews from critics. Now the newest game is featuring the Avengers as a good way to use the now popular franchise thanks to the massive reception from the Marvel movies. But will the game deliver a great Marvel or Avengers experience to the fans? A couple of game critics have reviewed the game and here are they have to say about the game:

Arcade Sushi 8.5 out of 10

Lego Marvel’s Avengers brings a big roster and some new twists to the familiar TT Games model, and it makes this latest Lego game a strong effort. There are a lot of great jokes, there’s a ton of replayability, and most importantly, there are a lot of characters you know and love that would otherwise almost never get a chance to star in a video game. There are still some small annoyances preventing Lego Marvel’s Avengers from being an outstanding game, but TT Games has shown it still has some magic up its sleeve to keep improving upon its long-running franchise.

Game Informer 7.8 out of 10

Seeing how TT Games pokes fun at Marvel?s films is worth the price of entry alone. The gameplay is also quite good, but it is a little rough around the edges. The biggest strike against it is secret characters aren?t as noteworthy as those in Lego Marvel Super Heroes. This Lego experience is more for comic fans who can appreciate seeing a character who hasn?t appeared in anything since the 1950s.

PlayStation Lifestyle 7.5 out of 10

Anyone looking for a good family game to play with their kids should pick up LEGO Marvel?s Avengers without delay. It?s certainly cheaper than that other LEGO game that came out not too long ago, and with a playtime of 6-10 hours for just the story mode, and perhaps dozens more to obtain 100% completion, it?s likely any kids you have will play this for months on end. The story is straight from the movies, and is enjoyable for kids of any age ? indeed, fans of the Marvel universe will likely have fun here too. Some technical hiccups and the occasional unclear objective can hamper your progress, but these can all be overcome in a game that exudes a fun-loving attitude throughout.

IGN 6.7 out of 10

If you like the LEGO game formula, you have a preference for playing solo and you?re a huge fan of MCU, there?s still a lot of value for you in LEGO Marvel?s Avengers, even despite a disjointed plot and annoying audio mixes. If you haven?t played any of the others and you?re thinking about picking up this one, I?d advise starting with just about any other game instead. This the weakest LEGO game I?ve played thus far, and had me missing games like LEGO Marvel Super Heroes and LEGO Dimensions.

So far the game received some fair scores, and it is indeed meant to target Lego fans and kids who enjoy action packed games. So have you tried Lego Marvel?s Avengers? What do you think? Share us your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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