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Old 02-17-2014, 05:29 PM   #1
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Any flying challenges in this game?

Are there any flying challenges like the Silver Surfer ones in Lego Marvel?
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Old 02-17-2014, 08:26 PM   #2
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none in this gAme
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Old 02-18-2014, 01:46 AM   #3
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This game is similar to the first Lego games, namely Star Wars II (and subsequently Complete Saga) and Indy 1 (plus the hubs of Indy 2, only on an immensely smaller scale). There are 20 red bricks in the four hubs, 5 (well, 6) collectibles (golden instructions and pants) in every level as opposed to 10 (minikits), and that's really about it. There are 15 levels and a bonus level. All the characters are unlocked to purchase through the story, so if you have enough studs, you can buy them all from the grid (no searching throughout levels to find them).

This game is a satisfaction compared to the more recent grinds (from Potter 1 on up through Marvel, with the exception of Pirates). It can be 100%'d in about 15-18 hours.
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Thanks very much for the great information. I was starting to find some of the more recent ones a bit of a grind towards the end. I think they have the difficult task of trying to make them a level of difficultly that adults will enjoy, but having to keep them from being too difficult for kids. Dunno if anyone has seen the great video that the Scottish chap from Xbox posted, of his 3 year old son playing this latest one. That's awesome he can control and play it.
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