Follows the storyline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Avengers fighting to protect Earth from their enemies, who are bent on world domination. This is the second LEGO video game in the Marvel Superheroes franchise.

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Follows the storyline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Avengers fighting to protect Earth from their enemies, who are bent on world domination. This is the second LEGO video game in the Marvel Superheroes franchise.

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Hayley Atwell, Clark Gregg, and Cobie Smulders reprise their roles of Peggy Carter, Phil Coulson, and Maria Hill from the Marvel Cinematic Universe See more »

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Lacks the Fun of the Previous Marvel Title
18 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

As a whole this game is still fun to play the first go around, but lacks any lasting appeal or enticement for the player to commit to getting the 100% achievement. In Lego Marvel Superheroes there were just more reasons to continue playing. For starters the character selection was better. They had all the Marvel characters and could fill out a roster with many different characters with different abilities. Avengers is filled with many different versions of the same character (at least 12 iron man suits not including versions of Tony). If that is what some people want then fine but I would have liked more variety. The lack of references to movies and pop culture were also missing. That is one of the main reasons I continued playing after the story to hear what the characters had to say. Instead we are filled with to many generic missions that feel redundant.

Another issue that I heard but didn't see myself but could understand is the co-op mode in the story. Given the number of cut scenes the second player is often left waiting for the first player to finish without being able to do anything. It would be better to just play the game solo as there will be little fun to have with a friend.

The play-ability of Lego Marvel Avengers was vastly improved. The flying mechanics, combos, and the lack of bugs found (as there was a problem with acquiring the Stan Lee character in the first game).

I recommend eventually playing this if you are into Lego style games but there is no need to rush to get this title.


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