Perhaps to add a little challenge to the combat, the camera angles occasionally create "why can't I see my character?" moments (not just with Invisible Woman), but it's mostly not very noticeable unless you're playing multiplayer, where entire giant-spider robots are easily obscured if one member of the team is astray. What you can see on the screen looks good, which goes a long way to fulfilling our dream of controlling the Fantastic Four, but even looking so good the game can't hold our interest for long.
For all it does half-heartedly, part of us still wants to like Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer because of what it is: a game about the Fantastic Four. Fortunately, the more reasoning part of us thinks that this game just adds to the list of games that publishers know they don't have to try hard to sell a lot of copies (Spider-Man 3 anyone?) because, like we said, it's the Fantastic Four OMG! We know that plenty of people will look past the monotonous gameplay, poor voice acting, unimaginative level design, lack of online play, etc., but our advice is to hold out for the next movie.