Lego: Marvel Super Heroes — The Blast Review

Some of my favorite moments in comics have always been the ones where heroes from different books interact with each other. Whether it be Spider-man and Daredevil hanging out in Hell’s Kitchen or The Fantastic Four and Captain America teaming up to take on an enemy threatening New York; there’s just something about knowing that all of the Marvel Universe is connected. Perhaps that’s why I loved Lego: Marvel Super Heroes as much as I did, no game (at least since 2006’s Marvel: Ultimate Alliance) has managed to collect this many heroes and villains together and be this successful. Yes, Travelers Tale’s latest brick adventure may seem familiar on the outside but it’s one of the most charming and unique games you’ll play all year.

This week in games: Heroes, Heroes everywhere

Let's call this the calm before the storm. While we've already seen some high profile releases this fall like Grand Theft Auto V and Beyond: Two Souls, we're just about on the cusp of the busy season for video ...