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Game Watcher (2010)
Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet is simple, childish fun that never tries to be more than it can be, and younger kids will have a great time helping their favourite superheroes save the world. Anyone who has hit puberty, on the too light on real gameplay for your tastes.other hand, should steer clear as Super Hero Squad will be far
Brash Games (Dec 19, 2010)
Although aimed at much younger players, Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet is a great game for youngsters aged between 7 and 50. If you’re a fan of the Marvel universe or really loved playing Lego Star Wars, Indiana Jones or even Harry Potter, then this is definitely worth taking a look at.
Console Monster (Mar 07, 2011)
Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet is a fun little game that does resemble any of the LEGO games that you may have played but it doesn’t quite have the same charm and leaves you wanting more with a short story mode and only local co-op. Unless you are a mad Marvel fan or you are buying it for the kids then I would say give this a miss or wait until it comes down in price.
Jeuxvideo.com (Nov 25, 2010)
Marvel Super Hero Squad : Le Gant de l'Infini fait mieux que son aîné, malgré quelques défauts crispants, sa maniabilité parfois énervante en tête. C'est au final un jeu au capital sympathie assez élevé, qu'on aura plaisir à parcourir, à deux joueurs comme en solo.
GamingLives (Dec 21, 2010)
It doesn’t take a criminal mastermind to see that this is aimed at a younger audience, so if you’re craving ultra-violence followed up with a hefty dose of tea bagging and “yo mama” then this probably isn’t the game you’re looking for (waves hand). There are still plenty of reasons to give it a go; the humour, strangely addictive gameplay and a strong cast of characters being the Holy Grail. A title that many will probably scoff at and although it won’t give you hours upon hours of entertainment it’s worth picking up every now and then to release that inner child in you.