Lego Marvel Super Heroes is the 44th episode of the comedy web series Honest Game Trailers. It was written by Matt Raub, Michael Adams Davis, Michael Schroeder & Spencer Gilbert. It was narrated by Jon Bailey as Epic Voice Guy. It parodies the action-adventure video game Lego Marvel Super Heroes. It was published on April 28, 2015. Lego Marvel Super Heroes was originally published on Smosh Games, but is currently available on Fandom Games. It has been viewed over 3 million times.

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"Based on a toy that teaches kids patience, creativity, and construction comes the game that teaches kids instant-gratification, button mashing, and destruction!" ~ Honest Game Trailers - Lego Marvel Super Heroes

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Based on a toy that teaches kids patience, creativity and construction, comes the game that teaches instant gratification, button mashing, and destruction.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes

You've been waiting for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to join forces with Spider-Man, X-Men, and Fantastic Four, but until then, this nonsense will have to do. As your favorite superheroes are reduced to super embarrassing parodies of themselves. [Hulk: "Huh?" (Ripping sound) "Hulk rip pants." Deadpool: "Hi, I'm Deadpool, and I want a pony!" (Horse sound effect as Deadpool pulls out a carrot]. Actually, Deadpool is pretty spot on!

Experience the perfect game to waste ten bucks and a couple hours dicking around with. As you face-tank enemies with the strength of an angry fetus, solve puzzles designed to challenge a really stupid baby, and can't die. No seriously, you can't die. It's like a kid's version of the Groundhog's Day suicide montage. But, if you're a completionist with nothing better to do, kill yourself trying to 100% complete. As you rage against: impossible rooftop obstacle courses, finding all fifty, gratuitous, Stan Lee cameos, [Stan Lee: "I'm all over this game! At what point do I stop being a cameo and start being a star?], and the worst flying controls in a game since Superman 64. F***! No, wait! Why are you climbing?! Turn around, dummy! No don't stop! Why can't I invert these?! Down, go down you idiot! Why are you turning left?!

So while you whine about Call of Duty, Madden and Assassin's Creed releasing the same game every year, get blinded by childhood nostalgia as you keep paying for the same exact s***! Hey! Lego Star Wars was great! Mmm-hmm! Paying for the same exact s***! Huh? They made Lego Indiana Jones, too? Cool! Same s***! Ooh, look, it's Harry Potter! Expelliarmus! *Bleep* *Bleep* *Bleep* Lord of the Rings? Ahh, sick bro! [Lego Dimensions trailer Clip] Wow, what is that? I don't even know what that is, but I want it! You win Lego, [Fry from Futurama: "Shut up and take my money!"]

Starring these characters that made it into a Lego game way before Marvel would put them in a movie: Beta Ray Bill; Moon Knight; Iron Fist; Kraven the Hunter; Miss Marvel; Captain Britain; Nova; Modok; and Squirrel Girl. Although, how cool would a Squirrel Girl movie be, right? [Squirrel Girl throws squirrels]

The Avengers: The Movie: The Toys: The Game

If Lego can make a DC and Marvel Super Heroes game, why can't I make Black Widow and Wonder Woman make-out yet? (Clip of Black Widow and Wonder Women mini figures making out) Oh yeah, there we go!

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Reception Edit

Honest Game Trailers - Lego Marvel Super Heroes has a 98.4% approval rating from YouTube viewers. Reviews for this video were mixed. On the positive side, Jamie Lovett of wrote "The trailer takes aim at the game’s simplicity and terrible flying controls, and reminds fans of how forgiving they seem to be of iterative game franchises when nostalgia is involved." In his review of the Honest Game Trailer, Nathan Birch of Uproxx wrote "They make a really good point about how these games (which I’m not really a fan of) are basically the exact opposite of actual LEGO. Real LEGO is about careful building, while the LEGO games are about ADD-addled destruction. But look, little Lego dude Iron Man! And Batman! And Luke Skywalker!"

With a slightly different take, Ben Pearson of Geek Tyrant wrote "Most of this video is fine, but they apparently just couldn't resist throwing in their completely unnecessary stupid bro humor at the very end with a comment about Black Widow and Wonder Woman making out. Really, guys? Are we still doing this? Grow up. It's 2015, for God's sake."

Production credits Edit

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Executive Producers: Andy Signore and Smosh

Directed by Spencer Gilbert

Episode Written by Matt Raub, Michael Adams Davis, Michael Schroeder & Spencer Gilbert

Edited by: Max Song

Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey

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