Brian Collins


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May 22, 2017

I assume the upcoming games (such as the just announced Marvel Heroes 2) will return to status quo, but hopefully this remaster proves successful enough to warrant either a sequel, or TT borrowing another series' template and applying their silly brand of humor to it. A Lego FPS, perhaps?

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Dec 4, 2015

So beyond those minor quibbles, I found it to be every bit as good as their much celebrated Walking Dead, and I eagerly await the second season.

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Unscored - LEGO Dimensions
Oct 12, 2015

Despite spending a bite more than I planned to (and more to come), I feel mostly satisfied with the experience, and if Lego's three year plan works out, I like the idea that by the time it's done, my son will be almost five years old - perfect age to inherit a bunch of his man-child father's toys and play the game if he wants. If that happens, the game will be worth every penny.

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[SPOILER WARNING: Major spoilers contained in this review] Overall, I was more satisfied with "Amid The Ruins" than "In Harm's Way", but unfortunately I'm no longer hopeful that this season could top the first.

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The final ten minutes or so make it worth the purchase, and I really liked where the Carver storyline ultimately went here, but don't be surprised if you get a bit bored getting to that point.

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[SPOILER WARNING: This review contains spoilers.] If you're invested in this story, your nerves may not survive the constant stakes-raising.

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