Reviews and Problems with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
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For Little Kids
Marlowe , GameStop
30 July 2012
Summary: If you want a game for your little ones, get this. It's not very violent, and the controlles are easy. But i'm a teenager, and I don't like this game. So i'm imagining that no one my age would. So, if you have little kids, trust me, they would LOVE it! And at least they would'nt imagine killing someone in their minds with the shooting games.
K. McMillan "What do you see when you stand a..., Amazon
7 January 2011
Summary: I got this game free when I bought my XBox 360 Elite... and I played it for a while... the game really takes zero skill to play so its a good game to play with friends while you are drunk... other than that it's rather boring.
Game lacks dimension and breaks fundamental gaming rules
Mike Power, Amazon
17 September 2009
Summary: Ultimately when asked I would recommend my friends spend their gaming dollars some where else. As for me, I already spent them so I will have to milk every ounce of fun out of the game. The game breaks a fundamental rule of games. Never let the random number generator determine the player's success in the game. You have health and you have energy. Enemies attacking take away health, and using advanced abilities takes away energy. Both come back negligibly over time.
Summary: I'm both a big gamer and a comics geek, so I was pretty excited to play this game. It's not the worst thing I've ever played, but it's got several factors dragging it down into mediocrity. The gameplay itself is probably the worst. It is incredibly monotonous and has you fighting packs of the same generic villains over and over. Fighting itself requires no skill or thought; instead, defeating any enemy can be done through random button mashing. The story is silly.
Summary: in my opinion this game is not so good. The graphics are pretty good. But the storyline is not so good. The game is way to line. It is challenging. But they just keep throwing stuff in the game. Its not good because the game is to long. The sound is not even that good. I would not recomend it to no one. This game does keep you busy. It is really long. The begining of the game does not really make sense. I would rate this game from 1 to 10 a 4.
Summary: Ive played all of the X-Men Legend games and loved those. But for some reason I cannot get into this one. Ive tried playing it about 5 times and get about 20 mins. into it and get so bored I have to turn it off. That and I had a buddy that bought this for PS3 and I even tried playing it with him and we played for about 30 mins. and he said the same thing. I read all the reviews before I bought it and was really pumped up about it and was sadly disapointed.
Summary: I'm not big on comic books. Not even when I was a kid did I enjoy any of the old Marvel superheroes, so this review will be purely on the game itself, rather than any ties I have to the comic book characters in it. Let me start by saying that I did not get this by choice. It came in a bundle pack that I received with my XBox 360, so I didn't really have high expectations for Ultimate Alliance from the get-go. Anyways here is my review! Graphics- 7/10.
Summary: If you've played X-Men Legends, then you already know exactly how you'll feel about this game, as it is basically the same with a new coat of paint. That is, if playing with all these Marvel characters is exciting for you, then go for it--but frankly, this is basically a glorified platform or arcade game, where you move around a maze and smash things and pick up coins like you were Sonic the Hedgehog.