Follows the storyline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Avengers fighting to protect Earth from their enemies, who are bent on world domination.

Director:

Arthur Parsons

Writers:

Joe Moore (dialogue), Dewi Roberts (dialogue) | 11 more credits »
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Charlie Adler ... M.O.D.O.K. (voice)
Hayley Atwell ... Agent Peggy Carter (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Abigail Boylen / Cloud 9 (voice)
Ogie Banks ... Luke Cage / Power Man (voice)
Eric Bauza ... Amadeus Cho / Iron Spider (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... The Collector (voice)
JB Blanc ... Trevor Slattery / The Other (voice)
Steve Blum ... Taskmaster / Beta Ray Bill (voice)
Paul Bettany ... JARVIS / Vision (voice) (archive footage)
David Boat ... (voice) (as Dave Boat)
Cherise Boothe ... Gorilla Girl (voice)
Ashly Burch ... Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel (voice)
Hayden Byerly ... Harley Keener (voice)
Tonantzin Carmelo ... Maya Lopez / Echo (voice)
Don Cheadle ... War Machine / Iron Patriot (voice) (archive footage)

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Follows the storyline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Avengers fighting to protect Earth from their enemies, who are bent on world domination.

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E10+ | See all certifications »

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As the follow-up from 2013's Lego Marvel Superheroes, this is the second game in the Lego Marvel series. See more »

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Features The Avengers (2012) See more »

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I've Got No Strings
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Music by Leigh Harline
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The 2nd best LEGO game so far
15 April 2016 | by residentgrigoSee all my reviews

I prefer DC and had my problems with the directionless Lego Batman 3 but TT redeemed themselves here. The game is set in the MCU and thus lacks Fox / Sony characters, unlike the unrelated yet somewhat re-purposed 1st game, but the framework of the 2 Avengers films gives this 2nd Lego Marvel game a stronger sense of purpose. I would have preferred to get 2 separate games for both phases of the MCU for a more complete picture and 3 of the standalone film levels seem to be a re-purposed DLC afterthought due to the lowered presentation and scope. Upcoming TT games also need to ditch the last-gen consoles but the rest is the best such game to date after Lego Indiana Jones. The level design is without a doubt the best in the series and the action sections finally evolved from being a simple button masher. To a degree at least and my main wish for the future is a return of the mostly elusive online co-op.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 January 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Lego Marvel's Avengers See more »

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