Rated 0 out of 10
by timmy2k11 wolverine
is this the pic of the wolverine fan suit or is it a diffrrent x-men look at the pic carefully
Rated 2 out of 10 by TonyStarkDfw Terrible, DO NOT BUY
I got this game as a freebie due to a coupon and I still feel like I overpaid. I've read other reviews elsewhere that make reference to the fact that the feel of the game is if though it was released unfinished. I think that about sums it up. This game is terrible and as a huge X-Men fan, this is very disappointing due to the fact that the story has so much potential. It would have been better if they had released nothing at all then associate anyone with this debacle. And it is a debacle. Beyond inconsistencies, timing issues, etc., I played as the energy projection character who apparently can't hit anything right in front of them or more than 10 feet away. And for a 4 gig install, I expect much, much better graphics. I'd say they were around PS2 worthy. It feels flimsy, unprofessional and unworthy of the Marvel brand. Stay away from this game. You were warned.
Rated 3 out of 10 by chonkee Horrible
I thought this game was going to be far better than what it actually was. I think they could have made a huge improvement all around. I hated how short the game was and how linear it was as well. The faction type and choices made little difference and once you beat it you could just go back and make the opposite choice and it still didn't change much.
I hated the way you went back in to find things when you replayed a mission you were sent back to the main menu and had to reload the character over again. I found the overall combat system to be worthless in terms of mutant powers you could technically not use them at all and still be able to finish the game.
Overall i would not recommend this game to anyone and would advise people to wait to buy it until it's like $9.99 used.
Rated 8 out of 10 by UpgradeJ Not customizable enough.
The game is really good, but with the emphasis on customization this game claims to allow you, it should have gone a little further. You get to choose which side you align with, but why not start out as a loner and then have your choices influence which side holds an interest in you. The game lets you choose your "ability type" which meant either energy projection, body enhancement, ect... However when you pick your power rather than mastering it and learning new skills, (like mastering fire projection to learn fire manipulation) you are given a choice in how you want to "improve" your ability, like turning your energy projection (light beams) power into lightning or ice projection. With all that said, I like this game. It is very fun to play and has pretty good replay value.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Yune All up in you views!
I found out about this game bout a year ago. It was suppose to come out in september in 11 but I believe it's been bumped to my b-day last day of 11. I have alot of info bout this, first you start off with a choice of three characters, aimi, and 2 other guys who's names are not confirmed. You get powers throughout the game by talking to npcs. I was surprised with the character choices for the npcs, Pixie makes her first video game appearance in this game.I don't know what power you get from her but Im happy since pixie is my favorite x-men. You all probably have no clue who pixie is well than your not a true xmen fan. Well this game is getting a bit of bad rep already but don't give up on it yet! I'm Yune goddess gettin all up in yo views! -snap-
Rated 4 out of 10 by TheViralSamurai99 Nah
So I was super excited for this game when I first heard about it, create your own mutant, choose your own powers, multiple storylines. Got it as an early Christmas present, played through one characters storyline, thought it'd be different, better, if I played through a different one. No. Exactly the same except for the character specific cutscenes. Just not okay. Plus power evolution is only by cutscene. You can improve your powers that you start out with, but in order to actually get more powers you have to play the game through one character multiple times to get all of them. Not much story development in the stock cutscenes either. It's pretty much a repetitive "go there, punch/blast/throw this, find them" game.
Rated 5 out of 10 by TheGamingGuru Good but not worth $60
I was excited for this game. But now after playing it I realize it is definitely NOT worth buying unless you are a hardcore X-Men fan. The story is about 4 hours long and no matter if you choose the brotherhood or X-Men there is very little difference. I thought it was going to be choices like if you even help the Brotherhood a little you can't go X-Men. The alliance factor in the pause menu means nothing at all. And in the end you, as a regular mutant who has just recently found your powers, take out the person who killed Professor X? That is ridiculous. I enjoyed playing the game but after getting all 50 achievements in less than 24 hours I realized you should not buy.
Rated 0 out of 10 by vegna871 Looks good, but......
Subpar graphics aside, I'm liking the way this game appears to be shaping up. looks like the combat is pretty decent, and I like that you can draw on the powers of classic X-Men characters. I'm quite curious about which X-Men are going to show up (for example, I know you can use Surge's powers, but will she actually appear in the game?) The only thing I dislike about this game is that the girl is the only player character that looks..... well, finished. The football player guy looks stupid and his default costume is really plain, and the other guy has a really awkward face (kinda like Toad with stubble). Still, I generally love anything to do with X-Men, so I'll be picking this up for sure.
Rated 1 out of 10 by Wufang So Bad
If only this game was as good as the previews made it seem to be. I'll start off by saying the story was horrible. The game solely relies on the wow factor of seeing you're favorite characters enter the story but this is quickly reversed by the horrible voice acting. A lot of the characters personalities are nothing like they are in the comics. The cut scenes are riddled with glitches. The bad guys are generic and annoying. When the game wants to increase the difficulty they just add in some extra generic bad guys. There are about 5 different generic and maybe 3 unique bad guys. This game took me 6 hours to beat. Waste of money and time.
Rated 2 out of 10 by mattatonic Amazing...that they are still selling it for $50
After the Ultimate Alliance games, my hopes were high for this game. Sadly, it didn't deliver. This game would have been better developed as its own IP without doing it around such a beloved group like the XMen. I feel like the restrictions of the gameplay don't mix well with the mutant lore, and it's likely that those two things worked together to tear apart what could have been an interesting concept on its own. Not sure what went down in development (you know they must have realized this was a smoking pile of excrement as it went out the door with a thud) but I couldn't recommend this as anything more than a rental.