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X-men: Destiny Playstation3 Game Activision

X-men: Destiny Playstation3 Game Activision
alaScore 69

2 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of X-men: Destiny Playstation3 Game Activision. The average rating for this product is 2.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the X-men: Destiny Playstation3 Game Activision is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 69/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Siou Choy (

X-Men Destiny


You start the game (such as it is) at one of those ever-popular rallies to promote peace between mutants and humans (you know, the ones Marvel has every other week, that always get interrupted by some sort of mutant “terrorist” attack, or anti-mutie...

None. Not a one. Null. Nada. Nil. Zilch. Zero. Zed. Zip

The game is boring ; You’re not an X-Man. You’re not part of the Brotherhood. You’re not even a real mutant from Marvel continuity. On top of all this, there’s no option to create your own character or pick your own powers (beyond the rather limited...

This game sucks. X-Men Destiny is one of those projects that sounds good on paper but just totally falls apart when it gets to the practical execution phase. We’re given a barebones “story” that barely makes it past the deep and intricate storylines of...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Thomas Wilde (

X-Men: Destiny


Looking at the reaction toX-Men: Destiny online, it seems like a lot of people aren't discussing the game so much as they're talking about the wasted potential it represents.

Destiny is short and features a ton of unskippable cutscenes. The general idea seems to have been that you could play through it up to six times, giving each of the characters a different power and checking out their various plotlines, while siding...