Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
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10 April 2011
Summary: I felt obligated to review this game after reading the user scores. I bought this game on a used shelf at gamespot, played it for like 10 minutes, then didn't touch it for a long time. Years even.
Summary: Being an older game, I picked it up at a bargin price and I am not dissappointed. The combat is easy to follow, there are many heroes to choose from and they come with several different costumes that you can upgrade. It's the one game that both my kids and me can enjoy together
Summary: This is a very fun Action game, with some RPG goodness added in. The single-player is a great blast, especially for Marvel fans, but you don't need to be one to enjoy the game. Online is quite fun, (Although, like all games, depending on who you play of course) but this is pure gold when playing the...
Summary: Great game for the PS3. Cooperative gameplay is awesome! Graphics are pretty good and nice use of the Siaxis controller! I rented the game for my 5 year old son, and I have ended up playing it even after he goes to bed. His birthday is coming up soon and I think I'll buy it for "him." ;)
Summary: Its perfect if you enjoyed X-Men or X-Men Legends II. Just like those two games you'll find its fun to play alone or with three others. It recieves a nine since my Xbox 360 controller buttons were not mapped right ingame.
Summary: I think this game is fantastic. At first I thought it was just like previous games (X-Men Legends, Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance), but as I leveled up a few characters I discovered the combat is much, much more varied and interesting.
Summary: I really enjoyed playing Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, the combat/action elements are tight, and the RPG stuff is kind of unique. Not the best camera angle in the world, but certaintly the very best looking overhead RPG of all time.
Summary: This game is outrageously fun, but some of the characters are unbalanced, for example, Deadpool is invincible. As in, unless you accidentally leap off a ledge (made even more difficult, because he can teleport), you will never die. Meanwhile colossus (who is made of steel) is fairly easy to kill.
Summary: Great simple fun. Not much change from X-Men legends aside from the graphics (if you have a top notch PC that can handle them). A few of the customization options were actually removed from the old X-Men legends 2 style, so it doesn't get a ten.