LEGO Marvel Super Heroes gets super late Nintendo Switch port



Right now I wanna play the X-Men in more video games

I didn’t realize until today that Lego marvel super heroes is not yet playable on Nintendo Switch, but it will. WB Games and TT Games are rolling out the original game for Switch players on October 5, 2021. For reference, its sequel has been on the system since November 2017, and it’s currently on sale ($ 7.49 instead of the usual $ 29.99).

The Nintendo Switch version of Lego marvel super heroes includes the Super Pack and the Asgard Pack, which mainly results in additional characters: Dark Phoenix, Winter Soldier, Symbiote Spider-Man, Hawkeye, Falcon, Beta Ray Bill, Thanos, A-Bomb, Kurse, Sif, Jane Foster, Odin, Volstagg, Hogun and Fandral. There are also more Spider-Mobile races.

I don’t know what the consensus is here in the long haul Lego game power rankings, but I like the first one Lego Marvel Super Heroes a little. These high-profile comic book characters are undeniably suitable for this light action style of play, so much so that I didn’t mind grinding hundreds of gold bricks and hitting 100% completion. (Back then, anyway.) I loved him enough to stick with it, which I can’t say for every Lego Game.

Having said that, I would expect it to look dated. It was originally a 2013 game, after all. Price and performance have yet to be discussed, and these will be important factors. If it fails either way, well, that’s what online sales are for, and he’s a great candidate.

With Nintendo Switch being what it is (a console that reaches out to all kinds of audiences, including many families), you’d think they’d want to get it all. Lego games transferred. LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga still needs more time, so this very late port makes sense.

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