Summary: I expected something different, maybe more depth and consequence to decision moments, but still found a solid gaming experience. I enjoyed the different base powers and developing them over time.
Summary: I'm not going to lie and say that I'm blown away by how amazing this game is. But, it's far more enjoyable that I expected. I assumed it was going to be unplayable by all of the horrible critic reviews. But, I'm having a good time with it along with my 7 year old son. It's fun to mix and match the X-gene powers and see what new combos we can come up with next. Honestly, I'd give it around a 6.75 out of 10 if I had that detailed of a scale available.
Summary: Despite a few negatives, this game is really a lot of fun and offers a lot of replayability. The biggest negative I have is that it was over too soon. The story I found engaging. The powers you get to develop are interesting and offer a lot of variability. By the time you get the final tier power you're really overpowered, but then the boss fights don't really hinge on those powers so much by then. For what this game sells for now, don't hesitate.
Summary: The game is really good, but with the emphasis on customization this game claims to allow you, it should have gone a little further. You get to choose which side you align with, but why not start out as a loner and then have your choices influence which side holds an interest in you. The game lets you choose your "ability type" which meant either energy projection, body enhancement, ect...
I have NEVER seen so many unfair reviews on Amazon
James R. Parks "Jim4God", Amazon
5 October 2011
Summary: For comparisons if you liked Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 or 2. There is no reason that you should not like this game. Now to the other reviewers. I see alot of whining on here about graphics. I have been playing games since 1984, and I honestly don't see what people are complaining about. This game has similar graphics to any other good guy fights off hordes of bad guys game.
Summary: The provided Amazon Emma Frost code does not work, but thanks to D. Norris ("a cheat code?" X-Men: Destiny product discussion) I was able to get it. There are three characters/back stories and three different powers you can choose from. While during the game you can pick how your powers expand -- do you want an orb that floats around you and zaps your enemy or a personal damage dealing shield that also can shock your enemy -- it's pretty linear.
Summary: It's fun ripping through people with a power of your choice, no doubt, but I felt what this game did in game gameplay, it came up short in story and length. The game was too short. I haven't even had it 24 hours and I finished the game on normal. And it wasn't in one continuous play. The power upgrading is awesome, and all the X-genes make customizing your powers pretty fun. I'm reckless, so I went with density and full on offensive powers.