Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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Great game, awful network
2 September 2013
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, or Psyloche simply don't buy it because you can't gain access to those characters any longer.
Jenn "~Jenn~ AND ~Damien~...we both use this ..., Amazon
26 May 2013
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 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. There weren't enough powers for each hero, and the new team focus powers were very dull and otherwise not exciting, as well as over used throughout the game. In my opinion, the first UA is a much better value.
Summary: Overall it was an OK game, not great, definitely not worth $60. Also it is part of a disappointing trend where the sequel was worse than the original. If you haven't played the original go buy that one instead, it is cheaper and better in EVERY way. The CGI cutscenes are worse this go round, the character costumes you unlock are fewer and far uglier.
Summary: I had fun playing this game but it was way too short. I was also very disappointed by the selection and amount of characters to choose from. The first Ultimate Alliance and X-Men Legends 2 had lot more playable characters to choose from. I expected a lot more.
No brainer for comic fans but still feels the same
Dredded Deuce "Dredded Panthyr", Amazon
16 September 2009
Summary: I really wanted to love this game. After playing Batman, I really really wanted to love this game. But...after putting about 6 hrs worth of work, I like it. MUA II is pretty much the same game we have played since X Men Legends for PS2. That's not to say that it's a bad thing but after 6 years and four games, the formula hasn't changed all that much.