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LMS features a wide range of characters that would leave any fan of the Marvel universe satiated in their search for a game showing off their favorites since they were kids. Each character has a wonderful attention to detail added to them with their powers, costume designs, voice actors, and even the manner in which they're introduced to you through the overworld side quests or the main story line. Just searching for every last character and playing each one to your hearts content through free play mode will have you playing this game for hours on end. See More
LEGO Marvel Superheroes offers a wide range of side quests to complete in the overworld that seemed to perfect what Lego Batman 2 started but didn't do quite right. The content is there, the city seems alive as if you're playing a GTA or Saints row video game in the LEGO universe, and the sheer attention to detail in the construction of this world makes the perfect display of Manhattan meets LEGO. It's safe to say, you can totally lose yourself for hours playing this game just for its overworld, however what it makes up for with this it lacks in story telling. See More
LMS had a decent story for what it's worth, one that anyone would no doubt enjoy, but it doesn't exactly hit the mark like everything else this game has to offer. The story features a strange mash up of the Marvel Avengers, Fantastic Four, and X-Men, that when all thrown together didn't exactly leave you awe inspired like some of LEGOs other original stories. Without trying to spoil too much, a lot of this story was hodgepodged together to make the "ultimate" Marvel universe, but if anything it created more of a mediocre experience. While it may sound like something to feel disappointed about, it's still quite an amazing experience and deserves more than 1 playthrough to catch every bit of detail added. See More
Friends and family can play LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 together, battling against hordes of enemies in the chaotic two-player co-op mode. The combat is unbalanced, with some characters who are far more powerful than others, but there's still a great time to have with all the madness on each level. Although there's no online play, this is still a great game for those looking for fun games with couch co-op. See More
Even though the open world design of the levels is limited and simplistic, the game sometimes neglects to give specifics on where to go next. Getting to objectives will then require wandering around the small maps and eventually stumbling upon the next place to go. See More
As the LEGO games are meant for younger audiences, it's great that they're easy to pick up and learn, but LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 doesn't offer anything new to the franchise. The combat is the same button-mashing experience that requires no skill and offers no forms of character progression. See More
Traveling across Chronopolis, the world filled with Marvel locations from around the globe, is a great theme park of different levels. With the game's time-travel elements, it's possible to be in the modern New York City metropolis for one level and then Ancient Egypt in the next. The variety helps to keep things fresh across the 11+ hour campaign. See More
With well-written characters who quip and deliver memorable lines, the story is wonderful for anyone interested in a lighter, kid-friendly interpretation of the Marvel universe. Kang the Conqueror is competent without needing to be overtly evil, and heroes such as Spider-Man and Captain America are charming in their heroism and banter with other characters. See More
Compared to other games that focus on building structures out of voxels, Lego Worlds offers advanced tools for building the world around you. The game includes tools for managing large amounts of surface area easily. Actions like flattening a surface, creating a sphere or extruding an area don't require tedious manual labour and can be done quickly. It allows for much quicker turnaround time from idea to end result. See More
Lego Jurassic World includes many memorable characters and vehicles from the films and the ability to play as them in island free roam. You can also play as preset dinosaurs of various sizes, or use a dinosaur creator to mix and match various parts to create your own unique dino. See More
Although this includes aspects from one of the first ever themed Lego games, it's still one of the best. It has some great references to the Star Wars films and the lack of voices in the game only deepens the humour. See More
This version of the game was released in 2007, and it's made of Lego Star Wars: The Video Game (2005) and Lego Star Wars: The Original Trilogy (2006), so the mechanics have almost completely changed since. Honestly, it's kind of hard playing Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2016) then going back to the older games because there have been so many new features added since. See More
Being one of the earliest titles in the franchise, The Complete Saga has some bonus modes required for 100% completion that were phased out in later titles. Including "blue minikit" levels where you must find all the minikits with a time limit, and super replay where you must play all the levels in the movie with a time limit and score goal. This ends up making you have to replay the game more than you would with most Lego games, which can be tedious. See More
With well-written characters who quip and deliver memorable lines, the story in LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is wonderful for anyone interested in a lighter, kid-friendly interpretation of the Star Wars universe. The villains are competent without needing to be overtly evil, and the main protagonists are charming in their heroism and banter with other characters. There are some genuinely funny moments that even adults will probably get some laughs out of, making this an ideal game for Star Wars fans of all ages to enjoy. See More
The combat is basically a mindless button-mashing experience that requires no skill and offers no forms of character progression. There isn't anything with depth or intricacy here, as it's meant for a younger audience. The most you'll see to change things up are puzzles that you have to figure out from time to time. If you're looking for something more involved and complex, you're probably better off looking elsewhere. See More
Friends and family can play LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens together, battling against hordes of enemies in the two-player co-op mode. The puzzles are just hard enough that more experienced gamers can help younger family members through the levels, making for some great teaching moment as you watch your kids or siblings learn from you. Although there's no online play, this is still a great game for those looking for fun games with couch co-op. See More
As the LEGO games are meant for younger audiences, it's great that they're easy to pick up and learn, but LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens doesn't offer anything new to the franchise. It's the same setup of adapting the original material with the same type of humor, and the same type of combat. If you've played other LEGO games, you'll pretty much find a similar experience here. See More
You can unlock additional bonus levels that delve into extra events not shown in the movie, showing what some characters were doing before the movie takes place. These levels are "canon", though with the typical LEGO humor added on top, making them fun to experience if you're a big Star Wars fan. See More
The voice acting in Lego Star Wars: Force Awakens is really good, especially if you're familiar with the film. The game features both voice clips from the actual film as well as new voice lines recorded by many of the actors from the film reprising their roles. It's great to hear the actual voices from characters like Rey and Han Solo, giving you the feeling of actually playing through the movie itself with the real actors. The new voice work is generally well done and adds authenticity to the experience. See More
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