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LEGO Marvel Avengers Hits Retail


LEGO Marvel Avengers hit retail yesterday, both in physical and digital form. Our copy only arrive yesterday afternoon, so we will need more time before our review will be complete. Our early impressions, however, are outstanding. LEGO, Travelers Tales, and Warner Bros. seem to raise the bar with each subsequent LEGO release, and nothing has changed with the release of LEGO Marvel Avengers.

From the press release,

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is the first videogame to feature storylines from the critically-acclaimed film Marvel’s The Avengers and its hit sequel Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, as well as playable content based on additional Marvel Studios blockbusters, including Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger, Marvel’s Iron Man 3, Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World and Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

The game comes packed with content. There will be over 200 characters to unlock, 100 of who have never been featured in a LEGO game ever before. Many classic and ‘old school’ comic book characters have also been added. While many people may say, “Who the hell is that?” others will be saying, “I cannot believe they added that person!” Regardless, the game is universal in its appeal.

“Both the LEGO and Marvel brands appeal to fans of all ages through a multitude of retail, media and interactive channels,” said Peter Phillips, EVP/GM, Interactive & Digital Distribution, Marvel Entertainment. “With the incredible success of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, focusing on Marvel Cinematic Universe characters and stories in LEGO Marvel’s Avengers was a natural fit for fans and the business.”

If you are looking for another LEGO adventure, something to play with your kids, or if you are purely just a huge fan of the Avengers, then LEGO Marvel Avengers will not disappoint!


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