LEGO: Marvel – Nintendo Wii U

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LEGO: Marvel – Nintendo Wii U

LEGO: Marvel - Nintendo Wii U

  • Unlock more than 100 characters from crossways the Marvel Universe
  • Formula of puzzles and platforming elements, with verify organisation plain for synergetic play
  • Explore famous landmarks in LEGO New royalty and verify the undertaking beyond Earth to iconic locations in the Marvel Universe

Lego Marvel Super Heroes sees toy Nick Fury call upon toy Iron Man, the toy Hulk, toy Thor, toy Spider-Man, toy Wolverine and another toy heroes to spend Earth from toy Loki and toy Galactus, Devourer of the Worlds.

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Marvel almost everyone assemble!, November 4, 2013
    By 
    Sven the Educated

    This review is from: LEGO: Marvel – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)

    At first I bought this game on the PS3 and then before I got to play it…… PS3 died so sad after only 5 years RIP PS3. SO I was able to return that version and get the Wii U version and I am so glad I did. The Lego games I have been always liked because my gal and I can play them and then re-play levels to get a total complete on the levels in which sometimes it seems to unlock other levels or things and I am betting Marvel Lego has some hidden things to find in it too. that being said the best part of playing on the Wii U is I can tap an icon on the game pad and have my person run around on the game pad while player 2 gets the full view of the TV or I can tap it again and poof I am back on the TV with the split screen with player 2. The graphic I am sure will be the same as on the other systems and but play control I feel is stronger on the Wii U because also on the game pad is an icon to switch to the person you want to play in the game so you don’t have to keep clicking the swap button (but you can) or waste time cycling with the left and right buttons (but you can do that too). so far in the game you seem to add more and more people you can play as you play through the game, and more areas to run around in like the hover carrier, and what seem like a huge town to run around and fine sub quest to play and collect things by completing them. This game even has Lego Stan Lee’s that show up how great is that.. When playing it seems that the comic people you get to play have a few different attack types like tap the button to normal attack and then hold it to be able to target certain things that need to be hit. Then there is a button for special power that could either be a stronger attack or to help find hidden areas, and the jump button will work different for the different heroes too as in some will double jump some will be able to fly (a little tricky to do well at first) and others will have webs to swing from or glide… so yes it will be interesting to see what each hero or villain’s powers will be. Oh and also in the town you can also get vehicles to unlock and fly or drive around in. great game for what it is 5 stars.

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  2. 20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lego Marvel Superheroes: Building a Great Game, October 22, 2013
    By 
    Captain “Captain America”

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    This review is from: LEGO: Marvel – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)

    I’m going to start this review off with a disclaimer. Not only am I a Marvel Fanboy, I’m a LEGO fanboy, and LEGO Marvel minifigures are already lining the shelves in my room. None the less, I’m going to give the game a fair and honest review.
    As soon as you turn on the game you get a glimpse of what it’s all about. The game opens (if you don’t press start!) with a little story narrative that introduces the plotline of the game. When we start a new game we’re shown a cut scene that tells us more about what we’re up against. The first level is the same one we’ve seen a million times, fighting Sandman at Grand Central station. It’s the same level you see in almost every trailer for the game, and the same level you could demo in stores.

    Playing the game is just like any other LEGO game. You have your basic hitting, punching or blasting moves, and breaking certain objects apart lets you build new items from the ground up, usually helping to progress the story! The first characters you play as are Hulk and Iron Man! Hulk can transform back to Bruce Banner at will, and Iron Man can take to the skies and fly around the battlefield, blasting enemies from the air!

    A little further into the level and we discover something I haven’t seen done in a LEGO video game before. A third character joins the fight! Spider-man teams up with Hulk and Iron Man to add a third character (and more powers!) into the mix! Now when you’re playing two player your friend doesn’t have to be stuck being a sidekick! They’re a full-fledged super hero just like you, and they can choose who they want to play as!

    The game is more action packed than most LEGO games! Right out of the gates you’re faced with a giant Sandman that you must defeat to complete the level! There’s no time to take it slow when the universe is at stake!
    The controls can be a bit frustrating at times until you get used to them. I kept trying to use certain moves, only to accidently switch between characters or launch myself into the air to fly! It’s probably just me though, I’m always a bit slow at learning new controls.

    I’m only two levels in, but I can see that the game is absolutely loaded with extra content. The character acquisition screen at the end of each level shows an abundance of characters that are just waiting to be unlocked, and each level has a ton of areas that can’t be accessed without characters with certain abilities!

    The game is a mix up of the Marvel universe. While Maria Hill is a staff member of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, and Agent Coulson is still alive, Nick Fury is making Schwarma jokes, all of which are direct references to the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Interestingly enough, though, and obviously due to issues with rights and licenses, Spider-man (based on his costume, and the related LEGO sets) is from the Ultimate Spider-man cartoon universe! What’s even stranger is that Doc Ock (who appears in a recent LEGO Spider-man set) is wearing his classic comic outfit! The game takes a few elements from all over the Marvel universes and blends them together in a fun game for kids and adults!

    Kids will love being able to play with their favorite Marvel characters and toys, while adults will love the fun humor and references to the films and other aspects of the Marvel universe.

    The game isn’t too farfetched either. Unlike in the original LEGO Batman where Batman and Robin had invented strange suits that existed solely for the purpose of accessing certain areas, each Marvel Superhero has a specialized set of unique abilities that help progress the storyline without making the characters dress up in clunky non-cannon costumes.

    While the game is no LEGO City Undercover, it’s a fun game packed with a ton of content and all the Marvel characters we know and love. Let’s face it, Marvel hasn’t had a good track record recently of releasing the most quality games, but LEGO Marvel Superheroes is looking to change that. The unique storytelling and great use of the characters powers and abilities doesn’t make the game stale or feel forced. Playing through the game takes critical thinking and it’s fun finding out all the things each superhero is capable of! The solid gameplay and fun (and not so farfetched) story elements along with the classic LEGO humor help create the winning formula for this game. While it’s not perfect, the game is a ton of fun and I can’t wait to discover all there is!

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