Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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my nephew is very disappointed because he did not receive the forza 2 game
BEVERLY A SUTHERLAND, Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: my nephew is very disappointed because he did not receive the forza 2 game, I brought them as a present for his birthday and graduation and I did not get all the game I purchased(paid for). I received an email to return them but I already had given the other to him. now I wonder what's next I paid for something I did not get.
I was so hopeful. I very much wanted to love this game.
2 March 2013
Summary: I enjoyed the XMEN Legends games more than any other of this type of game and I really loved Marvel Ultimate Alliance, but this sequel was a loss on me. The "camera" angles are a mess, the "Fusion" is really just a poor gimmick that doesn't live up to the hype... it's a combo that just makes a lot of flash on the screen and many are copied over into other characters. All in all I hope that the next one is an improvement since the first few were so great.
Summary: Game was shorter than the first one First game was longer, better storyline. Only 4 powers for each hero. Level 60 cap, first MUA was 99. You will upgrade your hero in two walkthroughs. No replay value you upgrade. Legendary(hard) mode is frustrating because you will easily die with one hit. Only one extra costume per hero. I would suggest you get MUA 1: Gold Edition.
Summary: First, when I received the games, the case was completely smashed and the insttuction manual ripped and torn. As of now I have only been able to get the Marvel game to play on the game consol. Forza is not even recognized. Not that I should be surprised. I got what I paid for--junk.
WARNING - Activision has Canceled DLC Support for this Game (Please Read)
J. Marvel, Amazon
30 January 2010
Summary: What new buyers may not know is that Activision has removed and canceled their DLC support as well as terminated (allegedly are moving) their online servers for this game. No. 1 the DLC. Activision released this statment: "The Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Downloadable Content was a limited time offer, expiring on December 31, 2009." What this means is that their DLC packs featuring Juggernaut, Psylocke, Magneto, Carnage, Black Panther, and Cable are no longer available.
Summary: I've been looking forward to this game since I first played MUA1 (my ATF game). I probably should have known better. The online hype machine was in full-effect early, but pre-release game review or demo DL never materialized. I was expecting another Epic experience, including a full spectrum of characters produced by a team that truly understands/appreciates Marvel history... but I came away unfulfilled. Essentially MUA2 is a stripped down version of MUA1.
Summary: Less characters, missing characters, not enough pro/anti registration chapters, and both paths are the same except for the boss battles and who you can use on your team. Since all of the characters are good guy/hero types, you never really beat any of the opposition boss forces, they take off when they're near defeat. Well, except for Goliath and Hank Pym, who do fall down and go boom.
Summary: Sorry, but how on earth people have given this 5 stars is beyond me and I feel compelled to level out the reviews so some poor fella doesnt buy it expecting a masterpiece. Im a massive Marvel and DC fan but this is evrything that is wrong with superhero games. You have a character universe that is unrivalled anywhere, add in a decent storyling and a solid game engine (Unreal Engine) and you cant fail.