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Lego Marvel Super Heroes

Notes On A Game: Lego Marvel Super Heroes

There’s nothing like a pandemic to make you revisit old games for comfort (and I do enjoy the Lego games) – playing Lego Marvel Super Heroes again was a palliative for a world going crazy and certain governments going crazier, so I thought I’d capture my thoughts on the game. The Silver Surfer flies over Earth but he is shot…

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Wonderful 101 box art

Game Review: The Wonderful 101

Created by Platinum Games The Wonderful 101 is a difficult game to review because it’s an original idea that makes excellent use of the Wii U but is frustrating to play initially, both in the way you move through the game with the characters and in the mechanics by which you play the game in order to progress through the…

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Lego The Lord of the Rings

Game: Lego The Lord Of The Rings

Although I’ve only written about the first Lego Harry Potter game, I have thoroughly enjoyed nearly all the Lego games. All three Lego Star Wars are great, both Lego Indiana Jones are very enjoyable, the second Lego Harry Potter game is expansive (if not as ‘fun’ as the first, what with all the deaths and grimness), the first Lego Batman…

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Lego Harry Potter Years 1–4

Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4: Not A Review

I love the Lego games and I love the Harry Potter books and films, so I knew in advance that I was going to love Lego Harry Potter Years 1–4. And it didn’t disappoint. If you enjoy the films and enjoy the cuteness and humour that Travellers Tales bring to their execution of a fun game, you will pass the…

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Lego Indiana Jones 2

Distraction: Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues

I’m amazed that I’ve kept to my resolution of daily blogging because I get so easily distracted, especially by games … Lego Indiana Jones is not my favourite Lego game by far (in order: Lego Batman, Lego Star Wars, Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, then quite a distance to Lego Indiana Jones); it has an odd hub area,…

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