Disappointingly Bad. There are better X-Men fighting games.
Aaron Mills ".", Amazon
18 July 2014
Summary: Terrible let down. Buy X-Men: Mutant Academy 2 instead. In fact, X-Men: Mutant Academy 1 is descent but still way better than X-Men: Next Dimension. The speed, reaction time and camera angles in general for Next Dimension are all horrifically bad to the point of uselessness.
Summary: Good game for what it is and the time that it was made. I think the cinemas are neat to view, the ones you unlock as you play are even cooler. the unlockable players add a bit more to the game also.
Summary: this is a pretty fun game. the look of the x-men characters is diffrent but thats okay. it's enjoyable and entertaining. The character i like most to play is Juggernaut, because he's practically unstoppable. this was a fun game i recomend it.
Summary: Well lets see here... I found X-Men Next Dimension to be better than the previous X-Men fighter games. This is of course because we are talking PSX 1 to PSX 2. Other than this the game itself was decent, for a fighter title that is.
Summary: My brother wanted me to buy this game because he thought it looked cool. I bought it and loved it right away. This game has more than fifteen characters!!!! I think my favorite would be Blob(who you have to unlock).
Summary: First off I must say I was indeed impressed with this game. I had played the ones before it and they were lacking and dull. The fighting in this game is interesting and refreshing. The aerial combos are highly entertaining and fun to pull off.