Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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Fun, but lacks polish
Michael P. Forbes, Amazon
11 November 2009
Summary: The gameplay elements in the game are solid, quite possibly the best I've experienced in this series (X-Men Legends 1+2, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1+2). No more wonky motion controls, or accidentally spinning the camera by laying your nunchuck down.
Summary: After playing MUA on both a PC and the Wii, I was looking forward to the next installment. The original had so much going for it: so many places to explore, villain and hero encounters, dialogue, simulator disc bonus missions, items to find along the way, side quests that would affect the end story,...
Summary: In the past I've enjoyed both X-Men games on the gamecube and have played through the first MUA on the Wii three times. This incarnation however is a chore. Problem #1: Why oh why did you mess up the camera? In the first MUA the player controlled the camera with a simple turn of the nunchuk.
Summary: I think this game was really a lot of fun, and let's be honest, there aren't a lot of games out there that let you play with characters in the Marvel Universe. While it may not be the greatest game when it comes to graphics, it is a Wii, so you can't compare it to PS3 or XBox 360.
Summary: Cons: As a game, MUA2 is mediocre at best. Unlike other gamers, I was satisfied with the graphics. However, I found the game play lacking. I found several of the combos and other special controls difficult to accomplish consistently. At times, the combat feels a bit on the 'button-masher' side.
Summary: I pre-orderd and took home both the XBOX 360 and Wii versions of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2. We'll get one thing right off the bat. In terms of comparing to the original MUA game, graphics and gameplay-wise, the Wii version would be more akin to MUA v1.5 (whereas the 360 and PS3 version make use of...
Summary: I bought the Wii version of MUA:2 and was left feeling kind of depressed. I usually don't care if the graphics are a bit lackluster in a Wii game, but this made the game less fun. We didn't know who or what we were beating up. (We kept trying to hit Nick Fury in the first level.
Summary: The sequel to Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, great multiplayer and different characters to choose from, Two things I don't like about the game, 1. The motion controls on some events in the game. 2. the leader board, those are the only things I don't like, but the rest of the game is fun.
Summary: This game is awesome. I will admit that it is not as good as the first one. I thought that the story was kind of bad. I don't like stories where heroes fight each other. but all in all it is a good game. I thought that the story in the first one was better.
Summary: A sequel to the hit 2006 rpg, "Marvel Ultimate Alliance", MUA 2 lets you control a number of heroes from Marvel's library of heroes such as Spider-Man, Wolverine, Iron Man, Captain America, the Hulk, and much more, as the Civil War over the Superhuman Registration Act forces the heroes to decide...