Stan Lee always appears in Marvel projects these days, but in LEGO Marvel Heroes he's actually playable. And, what's more, he's got all the powers. Yes, all of them. He can swing around on webs, fire eye-beams, hulk out… Yes, really.
If you ask me, it's a rather fun little gag to make Stan Lee so overpowered, what with him being the creator of most of the Marvel universe and all.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes is will be out on PC, PlayStation 3, Wii U and Xbox 360 on 18th October in North America and 15th November in Europe. The 15th will also see a PS4 launch of the game, with an Xbox One release on 29th November.
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