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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M.O.D.O.K. (voice)
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Agent Peggy Carter (voice)
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Abigail Boylen / Cloud 9 (voice)
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Luke Cage / Power Man (voice)
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Amadeus Cho / Iron Spider (voice)
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Trevor Slattery / The Other (voice)
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Taskmaster / Beta Ray Bill (voice)
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Gorilla Girl (voice)
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Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel (voice)
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Harley Keener (voice)
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Maya Lopez / Echo (voice)
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War Machine / Iron Patriot (voice) (archive footage)
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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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The song that Hulk plays while flying away at the end of the Avengers: Age of Ultron portion is the "walking away theme" that played during the series finale of The Incredible Hulk TV series. See more »

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References Thor: The Dark World (2013) See more »

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The 2nd best LEGO game so far
15 April 2016 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I prefer DC and had my problems with the directionless Lego Batman 3 but TT redeemed themselves here. The game is set in the MCU and thus lacks Fox / Sony characters, unlike the unrelated yet somewhat re-purposed 1st game, but the framework of the 2 Avengers films gives this 2nd Lego Marvel game a stronger sense of purpose. I would have preferred to get 2 separate games for both phases of the MCU for a more complete picture and 3 of the standalone film levels seem to be a re-purposed DLC afterthought due to the lowered presentation and scope. Upcoming TT games also need to ditch the last-gen consoles but the rest is the best such game to date after Lego Indiana Jones. The level design is without a doubt the best in the series and the action sections finally evolved from being a simple button masher. To a degree at least and my main wish for the future is a return of the mostly elusive online co-op.


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