Summary: Wanted Marvel Ultimate Alliance, but not the other, but could only get together for a GOOD price. Not fond of the type of game that Forza 2 is, but perhaps it will come in handy with friends or with my nieces/nephews when they want to play....
Summary: I played both of these and they're ok. The Marvel is fun but it's really, really dark for the entire game. It also get monotonous. I liked it but I didn't love it. Forza was good. I played a little and I liked it, but again, wasn't in love.
Summary: Hopefully, when I finish playing it I'll have more to say. But after playing it for a couple hours, the camera quite often gets in the way and makes it not possible to see what I want to. And moving the right analog stick does not control the camera like it did in the first game.
Summary: The game itself is pretty cool, but it was made to have downloadable content that is no longer available, so if you didn't buy it when it came out, and you're wishing for a bit more from your character arsenal, or you wanted to play as The Juggernaut, Carnage, Cable, Magneto, Cyclops, Black Panther,...
Summary: having played the x-men legends games and the first ultimate alliance i gotta admit i don't know what to think about this game. the levels are well done and much more fun with replay than the earlier games. the story is pretty well done.
Summary: Save your money on UA2 and buy UA1. I am not saying that the characters they added are not cool, but the game is an unimpressive expansion of the previous installment. If it had come out 2 years ago, I would have been blown away by this game.
Summary: I was a huge fan of the original UA. So my dissapointment in the 2nd could have been due to the high standards i had set. Overall the gameplay was fun and interesting. It seemed to lack a lot in the development area.