Lorenzo M. in the Hollywood CA Area "Movie Wa..., Amazon
9 June 2010
Summary: Back when I was young - being Superman was the thing - but later as I learned the Super Hero universe was huge - The Human Torch - was always a good runner up to the Man of Steel! Wii has introduced a game that is not only fun, challenging and visually interesting - but one that allows you to be all the team! You can switch from The Invisible Girl to The Thing to Mr. Fantastic to The Human Torch.
Summary: You use the Wii-mote and nunchuk and sometimes use motion controls for the special moves. Game also supports multiplayer. Gameplay is pretty much a beat 'em up and each character is used to unlock a door or something, for instance The Thing (rock guy) is used to bash down walls, steel doors, and cave areas.
Summary: I am not a fantastic four fanatic. I decided to buy the game because it was so cheap. This game was really fun. You get to be each of the fantastic four at the same time. They are all on the screen fighting/playing at the same time and you get to choose which one you are specifically controlling and switch off between characters. Strategy is also involved, multiple tasks required different characters super power. Incredibly addictive game play.
Summary: Based (somewhat) on the film, and (somewhat) on the comics, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer finds the super powered family fighting an army of Skrulls, rock monsters, Doombots, and some other robots, to find the Silver Surfer so he can save the world from Galactus. So the story is crap. The writing is crap (I cringed as the Invisible Woman complained about her wedding plans throughout the first stage).