Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
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Jim "Jim", Amazon
19 January 2011
Summary: Just what you would expect from a beat 'em up--only with Marvel characters. My favorite was Thor because he can fly and strike from the air. From what I remember you can play over the internet (either GameSpy or head-to-head), so that's a rare future for a PS2 game.
Summary: Marvel: Ultimate Alliance takes the team approach of the X-Men Legends series and applies it to the extensive Marvel encyclopedia of characters. Ever want to see Ghost Rider, Wolverine, Blade and the Thing team up and break stuff? Congrats, you've found the right place. Most of characters in the Marvel universe makes an appearance in the game, whether as a playable character or as one of several dozen NPCs, with even more mentioned in the dialogue.
Summary: If you dont get this game then you lost a chance to play a game with dazzling efofects and the best players you can find like spidey, ghost rider, wolverine, cap america, blade, fantastic four, iron man, and much more but one thing gets to you is it the ultimate universe or 616 but whatever it could have better players like gambit or hawkeye, nightcrawler, and venom but what can you do. well cant wait for the sequel rage of galactus!
Summary: If you liked X-Men Legends, you'll like this game too. The individual character missions get a little cookie-cutter, which brings down the re-playability a bit, but adventure mode is solid and will take a good 25-30 hours at normal difficulty. All the usual suspects show up, including some very silly/lame Marvel heroes and enemies, so there's more than enough to chuckle at and make fun of.
Summary: FOR A PERSON WHO DOESNT PLAY GAMES MUCH AND DOESNT PLAY THEM UNTILE THEY ARE BEAT. THIS GAME IS PRETTY GOOD...U CAN JUST PLAY FOR A BIT THEN NOT TOUCH IT FOR A WEEK OR SO AND PICK RIGHT UP WHERE U LEFT OFF...PLUS IT HAS A CRAZY AMOUT OF CHARACTERS FOR THE BIG COMIC FANS...HOPE THIS IS USEFUL...
A Very Fun Comic Epic. Play as your favorite heroes!
17 May 2007
Summary: A Superhero videogame (when it is done right) is a thing of joy. A great deal of the fun of videogames is sliping into the skin of your favorite heroes and kicking evil booty. And that is what this game does. I've played Ultimate Spider-man. Smashed my way through Hulk Ultimate Destruction.
Summary: I expected a good game out of Marvel Alliance based on the fact that the engine had been tested through the X-Men Legends series. When I started playing it, I got lost in the story and the potential of having pretty much any superhero team you want. It has a decent RPG element, challenges for more costumes, comic missions, different NPC interactions depending on who you choose to be, and a massive destructive arsenal of cool super hero powers and abilities.
Summary: While having 4 heroes on the screen is confusing at times, due to the strangely zoomed out maps, it's great fun. There's real difference between the heroes - flight is fun if not tremendously useful. And there's just something fun about using Mr. Fantastic to cyclone punch one thug while Deadpool is firing away with twin guns. And who knew Spider Woman could fly!!! Lots of fun - with some interesting boss battles.