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5.5 out of 10

X-Men: Next Dimension

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Overall 8

Great game? or missing X-factor?

Crazy_Jos..., Ciao
20 March 2004
  • Excerpt: "grew up reading X-Men comic books so I bought this game without even a hint of what it would be like. X-Men: Next Dimension is a fairly solid fighting game for the GameCube. The controls will take time to get down. There are a lot of great mutant moves but it can take a while to get control before you really start to enjoy the play. The graphics are great with fluid movements in a 3D environment and the sound is effective. The character selection ...
  • Pros: Good fighting game, nice graphics
  • Cons: Takes time to learn to play
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Overall 8

Has its flaws but is still a decent game especially for fans

"jamesc15", amazon.co.uk
28 December 2002
  • Summary: This game didn't really have much publicity but I think it deserved some more after playing the game. But first lets deal with its flaws. The graphics aren't the best around and although the power moves look spectacular the characters themselves are not that detailed; their movement is not particularly special either. Also, the game is quite difficult (unless you have the cheats to turn enemy AI off (!)).
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Overall 8


D. Miller, amazon.co.uk
14 December 2002
  • Summary: Let's start by saying that this is one of the hardest beat'em ups you'll find on the market.Featuring all your fave X-Men;Wolverine,Cyclops,Pheonix,Beast,Gambit,Storm,Rogue, as well as your fave X-Villains;Magneto,Mystique,Sabretooth,Juggernaut and Toad,the game certainly has an impressive choice of fighters. The game has a unique story mode (which allows you to change characters throughout completing your quest),as well as your standard arcade mode,team,time attack etc.
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