Reviews and Problems with X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse
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21 January 2014
Summary: The game got to me on time, but the game disk and casing had some food of some sort in side and on it. I cleaned it out and it works fine. I love this game, so I'm glad I found it at a great price in working condition.
Summary: There seems to be a glitch where I cannot level Xman past level 18 but it's cool that he was even included. If you like the earlier versions, you'll like this as well. The game arrived quickly and in great condition.
Summary: this game was so fun it is much more fun on a psp then a ps2 but i went online to see how to unlock the new four characters and i did everything it told me but i still coulndt unlock them so unfortunately i had to use a cheat code
Summary: I originally bought this in 2005, but then sold it when I sold my original PSP. When I bought the red God of War PSP last year, I tried finding this game again so I could finish it. I have fond memories of it and wanted to relive those days. I know, it sounds pathetic. Either way, this game is a great time-sink. You'll spend hours playing and not even realize it. It's much better than that Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2. Man, THAT game is just dull.
Summary: This game has a more "real" look than the first, although I thought the cell shading in the first one made it easier to see what was going on. I made it through this game about halfway and then tried Justice League and never went back. Why? Larger characters on the screen were easier to see, being able to pick up objects to hit enemies with (Wonder Woman smashing the bad guy with a toilet FTW!), and levels that don't drag on too long all added up to a better game.
Summary: I recently purchased this item adding to my collection of Marvel games. After playing the Ultimate Alliance, playing X-men Legends II was a bit disappointing incomparison to UA Marvel. I probably would've enjoyed this more if I had played this previously but I still think the game play in UA is a lot better than this game. And so I still gave it a 3 star.
Summary: I've played Xmen Legends 2 on PS2 and PC and its a solid and entertaining game no doubt. This portable version has all the content from the previous versions, however the game performance has taken a hit on this psp version. The load times in this version are just plain brutal, im talking 20 to 30 seconds between areas and even when you hit the pause button to bring up the character screen you are looking at about a 10 second wait and that just plain stinks something...
Summary: If you are frustrated with lack of games for the psp, consider getting this one. It plays about identical to Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1, except I actually like this one better. The only not good thing I can say is that I wish there would have been more characters to use/choose from. But the levels are very good, and the story line is great.
Summary: This game is great. I hadn't played my PSP for about three months until I got this (I don't like racing games). I was even thinking of trading it in, but thanks to this game and GTA I'm glad I held on to it. This game even includes the system update. For all of us super comic nerds there are hidden comics in the game that open comic book levels and hidden characters ( X-man!). This game is sweet!
Summary: Let me start by stating that I am a HUGE X-men fan; I love the X-men Legends games. This port for the psp is an excellent buy, in terms of content. It's just as much fun as the console version (though as others have mentioned, it is a little harder to see on the smaller screen) and the extras (exclusive characters, additional comic book missions, etc) make it well worth the price.