Summary: This game sounded fun on all the review sights but coming from a Diablo background I found this game thoroughly entertaining. There is a lot of flexibility once you complete the first mission and there is decent amount of replay value. Unlocking additional costumes and powers keeps its longevity especially when changing difficulty levels. Great value and perfect when you don't want to spend several hours stuck on a level if you don't want to.
Summary: Over the years, video games based on comic book heroes haven't fared well. Name one good Batman video game, I dare you. Spider-man has had the biggest success rate in recent years, and the Hulk had a pretty good entry last year, but beyond that you're stretching things a bit. When X-Men: Legends came out a few years back, it was the start of a positive trend. Now everything has been set perfect by Marvel Ultimate Alliance.
Summary: Ultimate Alliance was the first game i bought on the PSP and i thought it rocked! it's immensely playable, the graphics are awesome and the storyline is totally intriguing- there's three or four CGI movie segments that are as good as a CGI movie in the cinema! you play one of four characters of your own choosing that are interchangeable before, after and sometimes during every level- you can choose from about twenty top drawer heroes to begin with and unlock more as the...
Summary: For long in the tooth RPGers (like me) this style of action based third person game harks back to the ground breaking days of Diablo. There are the same seemingly endless waves of dumb enemies who fling themselves upon the player's defences without a care in the world. The settings are familiar too, with the usual dungeon-by-another-name linear levels entirely determining the flow of the play.