Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

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The greatest Super Hero action of all time is back with the world's largest army of heroes and villains in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2. Forces collide as Super Heroes take sides over having to register with the government. Harness the power of 26 playable heroes and villains with exciting new character and team upgrades.

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Official Release Date  Oct 24, 2006
Genre  Action RPG
Version  US
  ESRB Teen
Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
PAX-Code PAX0003982352
Item Code  0047875814714

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nazerim (34) on 28, Jul. 2012 01:02 (HKT)
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Have fun playing as classic Marvel superheroes! PS3 version has decidedly previous generation graphics - a bit disappointing, but does not detract from the gauntlet-like gameplay. Definitely a must for any Marvel fan (who isn't?)
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danielharten (1) on 05, Jul. 2012 01:06 (HKT)
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Já tinha o jogo no PC, resolvi comprar para jogar com os amigos no ps3. Chegou com menos de um mês após o pagamento. Excelente!
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wahdegreat (46) on 22, Dec. 2011 09:18 (HKT)
So? You wanna be a Superhero?
Well, my titles says it all. Be a Superhero! More accurately, be a Marvel Superhero.

I love the 4 member tag team style while playing solo as I get to switch among the superheroes that I like. But playing with friends is definitely much more fun. Especially if you have 4 controllers (get your friends to bring theirs over).

A great fun game, though this may be a port from PS2 but it's fun nonetheless especially in HD.
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Tyrion76 (46) on 12, Jul. 2011 08:39 (HKT)
Brawler, pretty basic, but due to the extensive roster of Marvel characters, it keeps you playing.
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PuNiao (365) on 28, Mar. 2007 06:59 (HKT)
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
Marvel Ultimate Alliance is the best Marvel superhero game ever created, period. The Xbox 360 title is conceptually similar to the previous two X-Men Legends game -- put four superheroes together in enclosed settings, switch off your brain and start mashing those buttons to unleash a dazzling firework display of mutant powers. But instead of the usual X-Men mutants, you get to select from a generous offering of 20 Marvel Universe characters. You get favorites such as Iron Man, Captain America and Spider-Man, or less mainstream characters including Luke Cage, Elektra and Ms Marvel. Even more impressive are the wide selection of enemies and other characters you will encounter. Goofball villians such as Mysterio, Tiger Shark and Asgardian god Balder also do cameos. Even Uatu the Watcher -- a big-headed alien who does nothing but observe the universe -- pops by for a while. Later, you get to meet the biggest baddies of them all -- Galactus, the Devourer of Worlds!

Indeed, the fun of this game is trying out as many characters as you can, and unlocking all their possible powers and costumes. There is nothing as nostalgic as controlling the 1970s Astonishing (yellow and black) version of Wolverine or the black-costumed version of Captain America. Put well-known heroes such as The Fantastic Four or The New Avengers in your team and you get extra fighting bonuses. The game is gorgeous too. No more cartoonish cel-shaded graphics found in previous games. The superheroes are now modelled in full 3D with fantastic detail and realistic movements. The only gripe you\'ll have with the game is the erractic game camera. The simplistic ways in which huge boss characters are brought down and the overly-detailed environments make it hard to discern who your superheroes are actually bashing. But really, stop reading and go buy this game now.
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