Huge character list.
Open-world New York City.
Tons of collectibles, including Stan Lee himself.
Plenty of funny moments to keep the laughter up.
Technical mishaps, including game-breaking glitches.
Monotonous level design and mission format.
Strange A.I. actions during open-world play.
By PCAdvisor on December 03, 2013
You could accuse Marvel Super Heroes of being the same as the LEGO games ever were, but that would be to ignore the fact it's bigger, better and more beautiful than any of its predecessors.80
By TrustedReviews on November 12, 2013
The magic of Lego and the might of Marvel meet in the most powerful Lego vehicle yet. The open world framework has never been so detailed or so fully-realised, and while the missions don’t do much to move beyond the standard formula, a huge cast of heroes and villains keeps things fresh and thrilling.80
By EuroGamer on November 11, 2013
Like its predecessors, Lego Marvel has surface flaws - but it's so generous with its content, so clearly head-over-heels in love with the characters and world it's inherited from the comic page and cinema screen, and so reliably, reassuringly designed from the ground up to both enchant and inspire young...90
By IGN on October 22, 2013
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is the best thing to happen to Marvel games since 2006's Marvel Ultimate Alliance. It's a warm and witty, multi-layered approach to the brand that ties in hundreds of Marvel's most iconic characters, settings, and stories. While you can knock out the campaign story in around eight hours, the world is rich with content, and I've found myself up late every night...90
By Polygon on October 22, 2013
You can jump in a vehicle and race other heroes, perform small tasks to uncover gold bricks that open bonus levels, hunt down new characters to unlock and more. Finishing the story placed me at a mere 20% completion, and the abundance of stuff in Lego Marvel's New York City has provided me plenty of incentive to keep that number climbing well after the credits rolled.85
By GameTrailers on October 22, 2013
Some warranted frustration knocks the game down a peg, but on occasion quantity can trump quality. Well, maybe not exactly. It’s not that being drowned in figures, vehicles, unique levels, tons of bonus objectives and an open world is enough on its own, but each element is handled with enough TLC that there the mere minutes it takes to do a simple challenge can form an addiction.87
By GamesRadar on October 22, 2013
How often do you get to control legendary Marvel superheroes in an urban sandbox, flying around and destroying things as you please? Couple that with truckloads of pieces to collect and heroes to unlock, and Lego Marvel Super Heroes will serve as a terrific ally in the fight against boredom. Excelsior!60
By GameInformer on October 22, 2013
Traveller’s Tales continues its streak of making every one of its games better than the last, and I recommend it to anyone looking for a lighthearted game with plenty of replay – whether or not they have a closet filled with polybagged first editions.90