Reviews and Problems with X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse
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David N. Habedank, Amazon
6 February 2010
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.
Summary: Be warned, there is a serious bug in this game. If you save before the final boss fight, all your saves for this game will be corrupt, and you will not be able to play the final level if you need to load from a savepoint.
Summary: I'm a HUGE X-Men fan and found this game to be very exciting and enjoyable. The storyline definitely gets props from me. Usually you get a mediocre story coming with a video game, but not this story!! Loved seeing the Brotherhood team-up with the X-men versus Apocalypse, Mr. Sinister, and his army.
Summary: The best parts of the game are the short movie segments in between the acutal game-play. The game itself is not terribly exciting or fun to play, but if you're a big X-men fan, then it's probably worth a few hours of your time.
Summary: The sequel to X-Men Legends is a good game. They're are 4 new characters if you want to know them continue to read if you don't go to the next paragraph. The characters are Cannonball, X-Man(yes not x-men X-Man), Dark Phoenix, and Cable. They are all fairly strong.
Summary: The best part of this game is that you can choose from so many comic book characters to play along in an otherwise static button smasher. I loved using heroes like Ironman, Deadpool, Cyclops, and Wolverine, but the game doesn't do anythign new.
Summary: I am a veteran of gaming. I have played RPGs since Wizardry came out 26 years ago. This is one of the best portable RPGs available. Amazing graphics for a hand held game, deep story line, full voice over cut scenes with the many of the original cast members, complete ability to customize your super...