Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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Game and Player
18 April 2010
Excerpt: proved to be a sleeper-hit, bringing together an army of Marvel Comics' stars in a chaotic action RPG for up to four players. Building on the success of its predecessor, this year's endeavors to be bigger and better, adding even more characters and a devastating new attack system, and adapting a popular story arc from the comics.
Excerpt: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 picks up (in terms of game play) where the original game left off. Players get to take on the role of their favorite Marvel super heroes, and dismantle as many of the bad guys as they can. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 is essentially Gauntlet done with super heroes taken to a higher level. Families should note that this game is rated ‘T’ for Teen, meaning this is for the older members of the family only.
Excerpt: Following up on a well-received Wii launch title, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 again blends the popular world of Marvel comic book heroes into a familiar story that any Marvel fan can instantly appreciate. Mashing together the Secret War and Civil War stories from Marvel Comics, this next title keeps faith to the licence while improvising enough changes and updates to freshen up common beat ’em up gameplay.