Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (2006)

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Marvel Comics' greatest superheroes must band together to uncover the mystery behind Doctor Doom's blatant attack on S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters.


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Director:

Glenn Amonitti

Writer:

Robert Love

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11 July 2007 | Aaron1375
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| Good game featuring many marvel characters.
Basically a semi sequel to the x-men legend games, this game has a massive team of heroes working together to stop Dr. Doom's evil plans. The heroes have their varying strengths and weaknesses as was the case in the legends games. Though I have to admit, I was a bit disappointed in the fact that strength was ignored in that you could not really lift anything big. Still, you had your far away type attackers, your attackers best suited for close combat and those who were rather good at both. You can mix up your teams and if you happen to put a particular team together you can get a boost to a stat (putting all the members of the fantastic four together for example). Of course, you have your favorites that you use best, for me it was Spider-man and Deadpool, and you have your characters you wish were here but are not...Cyclops and the Hulk. There are plenty of villains to fight as well as you have Dr. Doom, Arcade, Ultron, and many others. The game is not perfect, as some of the levels are very repetitive and playing this just makes me want to play a more conventional role playing game with the super heroes...still it is fun and fast paced. And from the ending I would wager there will be a sequel.

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Release Date:

24 October 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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