Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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Fun game, Enjoyed the 1st one better personally
M. Scruggs "Marc", Amazon
24 October 2013
Summary: This is a nice beat em' up game which is welcomed since there aren't too many games like this anymore. The more people have to play with the better. It has better graphics, an interesting selection of characters and more dynamic super moves and powers compared to the first MUA. But the first one was longer, had more characters, better story and more replay value. Also sadly the DLC is no longer available for this game which is a bummer.
Summary: I purchased this for the grand kids and they seem to enjoy it. Personally, I don't play games but purchase them to entertain the grand kids. They seem to like both games having played them all weekend.
Summary: The cut scenes and the character selection are great. The game play is a little different then the 1st. Really a lot on combining powers and seems to be all about that as the game goes on. Not a killer for me but kind of annoying.
Better gameplay , less depth than the previous game.
Happenstance Slugger "taco", Amazon
21 July 2012
Summary: To start with the game looks awesome , the level design is much improved in terms of the environments looking real and not just copy and paste room after room. The Heroes powers look great and I have more of a feeling of power than in xmen legends games were more based around melee attack and you just happened to have super powers.
Fun for Fans and Family Alike...NO DLC ANYMORE THOUGH!
19 July 2012
Summary: I bought this game to play with my 11yo son. This is a fun button masher "beat-em-up rpg" style game. I have the first MUA and like certain things on this one better, like the ability to upgrade your characters and save at any point in the game, and the new Fusion powers. The one thing I dislike about the game is there is a lot going on at times and sometimes it is tough to find your character with all the bad guys on the screen and it froze a couple of times while I was...
Summary: Ultimate Alliance 2 is a pretty ok game, the concept is good, but the story roles out very unnaturally. Halfway through the game, I wondered what the point of my current mission even was. It is still a game worth renting, but maybe not buying. If you want a good game play the original with the gold edition, as it contains Hulk, Venom, and several other exclusive heros and villians.