Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Review
19 December 2007
Excerpt: I think most people have a favourite super hero, or at least a favourite set of super heroes. For lots of people my age it's X-Men, simply because of the great cartoon series that was on TV every morning before school.
Excerpt: The Marvel universe is made up of thousands of characters. So it must have been difficult for Raven Software to limit the playable characters of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance to about 30. And it must have been even harder to make it so that you don’t feel like you are missing out on much while playing.
Excerpt: Good: Terrific multiplayer, amount of powers, RPG elements Bad: Glitches, not nearly as fun with one player, unnecessary SIXAXIS utilization Jake Plummer doppelganger: Corsair The spirit of the successful X-Men Legends games lives on in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, and it provides a bigger and better...
Summary: Marvel: Ultimate Alliance improves upon some of the formula that made X-Men Legends successful and leaves other aspects alone. The graphical upgrade and character enhancements are what really sets this title apart from the previous games.
Conclusion: If you have gotten this game already on the 360, then there is no real reason to check it out on the PS3, as they are the same game. With that being said, if you were lucky enough to score a PS3 this holiday season and are looking for an RPG to wet your whistle, then Marvel Ultimate Alliance is a...