Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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The company that made this game went out of business ...
17 October 2014
Summary: The company that made this game went out of business, so now there is no support for the game. As far as XBox live is concerned this game does not exist, the downloadable content which was available at one point is no longer accessable. Since the game is not really any different than the prequel, or Xmen Legends, I'd suggest you get one of those.
Summary: i have got this product for my kid because he loves the racing game. it hangs my xbox and restarts many times. i am not happy with this purchage. second disk ultimate challange is the worst game ever i played.
Summary: Pretty disappointed. Game will not play. If it does load it freezes and says disc dirty. It's brand new and totally clean. All other games I own work fine and have never recieved this error before. I could live without the DLC, but I can't even play the game. Was looking forward to this game. I've set up a return for the game, hopefully that will go better.
Summary: Got my game in the mail with no problem.But after hunting for and finally ordering and getting it,I open the game out of its wrapping and check to find a perfect disc,great condition.Right.This was a late X-Mas gift for my 5 year old.I put the disc in his brand new 3 day old Xbox and I get an error.Error after annoying error.Even with the holiday I expected an apology and a prompt response to my request for a refund.I receive an e-mail to be told they will review it and...
Summary: Are you a Marvel fan? Did you like the first Ultimate Alliance? Then you would probably like this game, but don't buy it! Activision had offered their DLC for this game for a whole 4 months, and then pulled it from both Xbox Live and PSN. So, if you wanted to play as Cable, Psylocke, Magneto, or Carnage, now you can't! Ever! Furthermore, the teaser packs for the game were pulled as well, so say goodbye to playing online with pals that already downloaded the content.
Summary: The first review I wrote for this game was absurd. The sequel to the great success Marvel Ultimate Alliance is not the same game as it is on other systems. If you've played the sequel and the orginal of Marvel Ultimate Alliance, the installment for the Wii is simple to imagine. Just take the two games slightly change gameplay, story, use the same old graphics, and crush the rest.
Summary: sry about the low rateing i just bought this game hopeing for a gameing experence for 50 bucks and just... well got no fun out of it. it is like idk how to describe it an epic waist of cash. plz listin do not buy this game. i am A MARBLE FAN but i could not take the badness of this game.
Don't think I've ever regretted a purchase any more than this
J. Quan, amazon.co.uk
12 February 2013
Summary: This game is actually beyond awful save your money! Terrible camera angles and if you decide to play online everyone uses the same camera so it becomes even worse. Crap levelling and very boring gameplay.
Summary: The fourth game in a series which I feel began with X-men Legends has yet again failed to impress me as the first ones did. The move from X-men Legends to Ultimate Alliance has proven to be the beginning of failure in this series. The story has improved from the almost nonsensical Dr. Doom plot of M:UA by adapting Mark Millar's Civil War story and allowing the player to make the decision of which side to join.