Summary: Cool concept..cool powers and power trees, but it's missing on a lot of other cylinders. The action is repetitious and until you unlock more powers you do a lot of button mashing, with totally mindless AI...as a fan of the marvel universe, I was hoping for more and though I don't often trust in critics reviews, this i one time I wish I had listened
Summary: I have yet to complete this game, however it has given me quite a few hours of amusement and stress. Some of the bosses in the game are stupid and you just need to keep fighting them over and over until they final decide to die. That being said the controls are quite nice, despite the fact that I have only been using one of the three characters there seems to be many different abilities that are in cooperated into the game.
Summary: I am a big Marvel fan and enjoyed this game for what it is, but ultimately it is rather limited and somewhat dull by the end. Die-hard comic fans will also be really annoyed as you go at the beginning of the game from being a brand-new mutant and yet by the end of it you are beating up Juggernaut, sentinels, and even Magneto. Even apart from this ridiculousness, the game is decent but tends to get rather dull by the end.
Should have been X-Men’s answer to The Knights of The Old Republic, it is not.
1 April 2013
Summary: Should have been one of the greatest games of all time, unfortunately it isn’t. It is like Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, except instead of playing as many of your favorite heroes, you focus on one of three unknowns, have a more intimate camera placement, and choice-driven narrative. The choice driven narrative would have been just about the greatest thing ever in an X-Men game, but the “choices” deceptive.