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Some said a collaboration between Marvel and TT Games could never happen. Apparently, nobody told the studio behind the popular series of Lego games. After all, Warner Bros. is the parent company of both TT Games and DC Comics, which made many people assume that a Marvel Lego game was off the table. As our cover story shows, those people were wrong. Our February issue delves into Lego Marvel Super Heroes, a new game that’s the result of those unlikely partnerships. Our extended feature focuses on all things Lego, including the exciting new Marvel game, a deeper look at Lego City Undercover, and loads of information about the studio that started it all.
Above: Watch our trailer for the upcoming month of Lego Marvel Super Heroes coverage.
Elsewhere in the issue, we’ve got new previews of long-awaited games including Gears of War: Judgment and Crysis 3. Tim Turi also helps us celebrate Mega Man’s 25th anniversary with a four-page Classic GI feature. Twenty-five years? Has it really been that long? That’s all in addition to the reviews, columns, and other exclusive information you’ve come to expect from Game Informer.
Take a look at our cover below.
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