The Human Torch and Venom confirmed for Lego Marvel Super Heroes

TT Games' upcoming Marvel universe-based action adventure game, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, will feature the Human Torch and Venom, producer Phil Ring announced at MCM Comic Con, according to Tweets by game director Arthur Parsons and game designer Joe Moore.

"'We are pleased to be a playable character in #LEGOMarvel Superheroes!' Says Venom #MCMExpo reveal," Parsons tweeted.

"In case you missed it at the #MCMExpo today, Phil Ring announced that THE HUMAN TORCH and VENOM (^o^) will be in #LEGO #Marvel Super Heroes!" tweeted Moore.

The game will feature super heroes and villains from Spider-Man, the X-Men and Avengers , such as Captain America, Wolverine, Black Widow, Thor, Deadpool, Hulk, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Sandman and the Abomination.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes will also allow players to create their own unique super heroes with customizable characters. The title will include more dialogue than TTGames' previous Lego games, so characters can chat to each other during the levels.

The game is slated to launch this fall on Windows PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS.

For more information about Lego Marvel Super Heroes, be sure to read our preview where Hulk, Iron Man and Spider-Man joined forces to take down Sandman and the Abomination.

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