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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Xbox 360)

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Xbox 360)
alaScore 81

110 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 110 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the action and value for money. The graphics and gameplay also get good feedback.

story, gameplay, graphics, value for money, action

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Xbox 360)

 

Raven improves upon the great work it did with the X-Men Legends games, with a lengthy adventure that touches upon nearly every last corner of the Marvel Universe.

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2

 

It's Like?

The bottom line here is that this isn't nearly as good, fun, or as satisfying a game as the original from either an action standpoint, a role-playing standpoint, or just a comic book standpoint. It is less than its predecessor in just about every way....

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2

 

It's that wondrous time of year again, where all of our beloved developers begin to manifest the greatness that was on display at this year's E3 conference. Otherwise known as happy-go-funtime for gamers, the fall rush is upon us, raining...

Although it falls short of its predecessors, Marvel Ultimate Alliance II provides a solid experience that is more accesible to the casual gamer.

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2

 

As heroes fight amongst themselves, we feel like we've seen it before

Addictive dungeon running ; Made with much love for Marvel ; Co-op is a blast

Little changed from the old formula ; Can occasionally get repetitive ; Some great characters hard to unlock or not included

There’s nothing wrong with MUA2. It was made professionally, it’s addictive and fun (even more so in co-op), and it’s still a treat for comic fans. But it’s short on new ideas, with a fundamental template that hasn't changed in the last five years. And...

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

 

Another year, another Marvel Ultimate Alliance review from me. Last year, I played the PSP version, and now it's time to play the home console versions and see how that experience differs from playing on the go. Although there's no number on the end...

Marvel Ultimate Alliance is the result of two games' worth of experience on Raven Software's part, and it shows. Even the first game was good, and MUA is great. Every piece of the game is well-executed. The exclusive characters in the Xbox 360...

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance

 

A comic book nerd's dream, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance graced the Xbox 360 in late 2006 bringing a slew of twenty-five of Marvel's most famous heroes to the table (and eight to be featured in DLC), courtesy of Raven Software (of X-Men Legends and Quake 4...

Overall, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is a real treat to all types of gamers, along with fans of comics. While nothing new is brought to the industry, the four-player campaign is something that has been shown successful, and definitely was a great feature...

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Game Review - Xbox 360

 

The story of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is that Dr. Doom has cooked up a masterful evil plan to conquer the world (again). His plan is to infiltrate the Nordic heavens of Asgard along with his band of minions, kidnap the god Odin, and steal his powers....

To methodically beat all the side missions and unlock every character

The core game can be beaten in just a few days

Up to seventeen additional characters can be acquired depending on what platform you’re playing on, and in the Xbox 360’s case, whether you’re willing to shell out some extra cash on the Xbox Live Marketplace. A welcome addition to the Legends engine...

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance

 

Combining the colossal number of characters in the Marvel world of comics, Ultimate Alliance speaks volumes to the legions of comic book geeks who happen to own a next generation console. Using the fabled arch-villain Doctor Doom, superheroes are...

Conclusion:Is Marvel: Ultimate Alliance worth the MSRP price for the single player? Depending on the difficulty level played, the single player game could be knocked out in a rental period on Easy. The latter two levels require more of a time...

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance Review

 

Raven Software's latest Marvel superhero game offers some solid role-playing game action.

These nitpicks won't detract from your gaming experience though, and as far as sequels (and this is a sequel -- at least in spirit -- to the X-Men Legends series) go, Marvel Ultimate Alliance does what few do - it actually improves on the two original...

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance

 

In 2004 Activision released X-Men Legends, a wonderfully fun game that merged Marvel's mutants with the then-trendy action role-playing genre. X-Men Legends II quickly followed, with Apocalypse at the heart of a new sinister plot. However, with the...

Marvel Ultimate Alliance is X-Men Legends on steroids. It's bigger and better. Raven Software hasn't deviated much from the X-Men Legends formula but with a few calculated moves, such as a decrease in available equipment and the inclusion of grappling...