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[E3 2017] “Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2” Hands-On

While it might not be the first thing you’ll want to try on the E3 floor, the Lego games have always been a lot of fun, and the latest chapter in Lego’s Marvel suite of games remains as interesting as ever.

The demo opened up with a sequence with none other than the Guardians of the Galaxy as they try to escape from their spaceship.

You could switch from Star-Lord to Gamora, to Drax at anytime, and the ship had all sorts of breakables to turn into Legos.  When we arrived at the stem of the ship after collecting all the loot, we had to solve a puzzle to pry open the a hatch in order to get out.

In typical Lego fashion, I overthought things and got confused.  I was trying to look for hidden passageways, when all I really should’ve been doing was shooting everything up with each character.  Before long, I ended up out of the ship and ready for a boss fight.  At least I thought I was ready, but then the game stopped because my 15 minutes were up.

There was nothing out of the ordinary with the way the game played, so if you’ve played a Lego game before, you’ll be in more than familiar territory.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is slated for a November 14 release.

Title: Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2
Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Developer: TT Games
Genre: Adventure
Release Date: November 14, 2017
ESRB Rating: E

While it might not be the first thing you’ll want to try on the E3 floor, the Lego games have always been a lot of fun, and the latest chapter in Lego’s Marvel suite of games remains as interesting as ever. The demo opened up with a sequence with none other than the Guardians of the Galaxy as they try to escape from their spaceship. You could switch from Star-Lord to Gamora, to Drax at anytime, and the ship had […]

While it might not be the first thing you’ll want to try on the E3 floor, the Lego games have always been a lot of fun, and the latest chapter in Lego’s Marvel suite of games remains as interesting as ever.

The demo opened up with a sequence with none other than the Guardians of the Galaxy as they try to escape from their spaceship.

You could switch from Star-Lord to Gamora, to Drax at anytime, and the ship had all sorts of breakables to turn into Legos.  When we arrived at the stem of the ship after collecting all the loot, we had to solve a puzzle to pry open the a hatch in order to get out.

In typical Lego fashion, I overthought things and got confused.  I was trying to look for hidden passageways, when all I really should’ve been doing was shooting everything up with each character.  Before long, I ended up out of the ship and ready for a boss fight.  At least I thought I was ready, but then the game stopped because my 15 minutes were up.

There was nothing out of the ordinary with the way the game played, so if you’ve played a Lego game before, you’ll be in more than familiar territory.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is slated for a November 14 release.

Date published: 06/15/2017
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