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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Teen

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • ASIN: B001UWA0I4
  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 13.7 x 1.5 cm ; 95 g
  • Release Date: Sept. 15 2009
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #26,735 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 [Nintendo Wii] For the Nintendo Wii

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3.0 out of 5 stars Not Quite What I Expected Feb. 1 2010
By R. Tuggle - Published on
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I hadn't played Marvel's Ultimate Alliance 1. But I wanted to get this game because more of my favorite characters were playable. I remembered playing the RPGs X-men Legends and Legends II on the Gamecube and thought the ultimate alliance games would be a step up in gameplay and graphics. But I was wrong. The graphics look sub par to the Gamecube X-men Legends II game. And I found the controls akward with the Wii remote. As of today, I've had the game for about a month and some change, and am still in the early stages- mostly because it's just not that fun.
If you're a gamer that likes to play for hours, just to gain unlockables, you'll probably love this game. It has LOTS of characters to choose from. If you're like me though, you'll just use a cheat to unlock your favorite characters from the beginning of the game.
3.0 out of 5 stars MUA2 Oct. 18 2009
By George Williams - Published on
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This game was OK, The reason I gave it 3 stars is because, the game is really short, and the graphics were not up to par. This was a step down and backwards from the first MUA. I had really high hopes for this game maybe my expectations were set too, high?
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Sadly disappointed Nov. 2 2009
By Nancy M. Thompson - Published on
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Well after loving the x-men games and ultimate alliance I couldn't wait to play this one.

For one thing the cinematic sequences were not nearly as nice as the previous game. Some of the characters walked pretty stiff.

The controls are different than before and it wasn't a change for the better. Usually when I'm changing the camera angle I'm in the middle of a fight. It's really annoying to press the 1 button and twist my wrist while fighting off bad guys. It's a really awkward way to hold a controller.

This game is considerably shorter and there weren't as many fun little side stories throughout the game. It made the levels a lot less interesting and the only thing that keeps you going is the hope that something interesting will happen at the end of the level

There were considerably less voice actors. If it wasn't a cut scene you have to read the subtitles unlike the last one where everything was audio. Also the characters used to say witty or intimidating things during game-play. They still say them, but there's a lot less material than the last game, and hearing them say the same line over and over again is pretty annoying.

Base camp is just plain dull. You used to get fun little side conversations depending on what character you used. In this one, you're lucky if anyone will talk to you at all.

The team menu has been oversimplified and you can't equip items to your characters anymore. Basically, the team shares medals and you only get so many.

What really hurt was that they took away the alternate costumes from the wii version. I can understand not having them at all but only taking them out of the wii version was pretty shady. C'mon why no love for Nintendo fans?

I know much of my dissatisfaction is over the differences from the previous game, but this game had such potential it was a real shame that it didn't get more respect when it was being made.
3.0 out of 5 stars More difficult than expected... Jan. 24 2010
By Jacks - Published on
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This game was definitely more difficult than expected. If you are an avid gamer I'm sure you will be fine, but if you are a newbie, I definitely do not recommend.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars thanks marvel for sh****** on your fan base Oct. 3 2009
By Zachary Parker - Published on
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At first this game was really fun. But this game became really lame when I realized there were no other costumes and the boost system doesnt work like it does for the other systems. I figured I was getting a stripped down version of this game as compared to the 360 and PS3 iterations, however, I was not prepared for how abismal this game would be.

At first I didnt think I would mind not having alt. costumes, but as I neared the end of the game I became disenchanted with the replay value. And Im not much for multi-player so I will keep quiet regarding this. Other than an alt. 3 act THERE IS NO REPLAY VALUE. This game would have been a better value if I would have found it in a bargain bin for $10.

I love comics and games, but I dont think I will stick around to play the next MUA. Thanks Marvel.

THE BEST THING ABOUT THIS GAME: Amazon did a good job ensuring I had the pre-order within a few days of its release.

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