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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Wii)

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Wii)
alaScore 77

42 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 42 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the usability and gameplay are overall positive. The graphics and controls also get good feedback.

story, controls, graphics, gameplay, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 42 reviews)

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance

 

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is a Marvel fan's wet dream of a video game. It's a beat 'em up journey through a save-the-world storyline with a multitude of character combinations available throughout the entire process. Upgrading the characters' armor,...

Decent Single / Co-Op RPG Amidst Some Fumbling Motion ControlsBy Thomas SpurlinPosted April 2, 2007 Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is a Marvel fan's wet dream of a video game. It's a beat 'em up journey through a save-the-world storyline with a multitude of...

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance review for the WII

 

It's super, thanks for asking.

Many playable characters; Unique superpowers; Involved boss-fights, mini-games

Uninspired wii-controls; Mediocre, dated graphics; Dull story; No online play

Skill points are meted out by level, and it is impossible to gain as many skill points as there are slots in each of the many unique superpowers. Decisions are made early as to whether you will power up Thing's defensive "iron skin" or his offensive...

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

 

Some of the greatest heroes of the Marvel Universe assemble, making for one fantastic adventure.

Controls were nicely developed for the platform; co-op and arcade modes are plenty of fun; plenty of missions and side quests to keep you entertained for a long time

Lacks the online multiplayer of the other versions; graphics are fairly poor; character progression screen is awkwardly designed

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

 

Factoring in the thought that even on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Ultimate Alliance will resemble current-gen software excuses Wii this one time from its otherwise paltry visual selections on the platform. Not that Ultimate Alliance looks bad, mind...

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

 

While comic book-based video games have traditionally been weaker than Tony Stark's ticker, Activision has enjoyed fantastic, amazing, and incredible success with its Marvel licenses. That trend continues with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, a near dream lineu

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance- Wii

 

I loved Marvel Ultimat Alliance for the Wii, mostly becuse I am a marvel fan anyways. This game goes into a lot of the best comic book story that there is. They did throw in some of there own stuff but it's not bad or Marvel would't let them do it....

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance- Wii

 

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance combines everything we love into one game. Fighting, super powers, and spandex. Although the Wii was inferior to its Xbox360 and PS3 counterparts it was still a good game. The storyline suffered much, however, with all the...

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance- Wii

 

I couldn't even stand going to the second level of this game it was so boring.  Please, save your money and buy Twighlight Princess.

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance review

 

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance follows the usual narrative pattern of good versus evil. Dr. Doom is up to his old tricks, having assembled the uninventively named Masters of Evil, a band of not terribly nice super villains that might or might not be...

A massive cast of super heroes and villains with Wii's easy-to-master control system.

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

 

This game will have huge appeal to fans of Marvel comics. The ability to play your favourite super hero and team up with the big names in the hero business had a lot of promise. The game is however let down by its linear story and game play that leaves...

Full of Marvel character goodness with a wonderfully large array of characters to chose from. Some RPG elements

Linear game play and a storyline that would be lucky to make it to a comic book let alone a game. Level end bosses are just plain silly in places

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