Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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12 year old son and 48 year old dad have fun with this together
Terry A. Breeding "IBTerry", Amazon
10 June 2014
Summary: This is far from a perfect game. But, the good far outweighs the bad. It would be nice if it were less impossible to unlock all the characters, but it's still fun playing the game while trying to unlock everyone.
Summary: The games are are outdated but are fun to play and worth the price Forza 2 is doesn't compare to the recent Forza games but that doesn't takeaway from the gameplay Marvel Ultimate Alliance is a button mashing power up game that kept me entertained and doesn't get repetetive.
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.
Summary: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 is a good game. I still think the first one is a tad better and maybe its predecessors the X-Men Legends series may even be a tad better.... Anyways the graphics are quite a leap ahead of the original Ultimate Alliance that graced the console early in the 360's life cycle. The core combat remains the same but with the addition of fusion powers. The upgrade system is easy to understand.