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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 review

The alliance being crap intentions and crap execution

Pros

  • All your Marvel favorites
  • Almost recognizable characters!
  • Lots of beating up of things

Cons

  • Terrible
  • terrible graphics
  • Boring corridor brawling
  • Technical ineptitude at every level

Alone, they are the greatest heroes known to man. Together, they are a car crash. All your Marvel favorites are here, but thanks to an interesting interpretation of the term ‘graphics’ you won’t be able to tell. Behold: The Incredible Smear! Wonder Lump! Dr. Something! Not to forget your friendly neighborhood Clump of Blue and Red.

What little appeal Ultimate Alliance 2 had – namely, a bustling roster of fan favorites – is lost in realization, leaving the bare bones of a turgid corridor brawler. The ultimate alliance? This game and our trash can. A staggering work of technical ineptitude.

Oct 1, 2009

More Info

GenreAction
DescriptionGaming's biggest collection of Marvel heroes in one place returns with some new tricks, but mostly feels too similar to the last version.
Franchise nameSpider-man
UK franchise nameSpider-Man
Platform"Xbox 360","PS3","Wii","PS2","DS"
US censor rating"Teen","Teen","Teen","Teen","Teen"
UK censor rating"","","","",""
Alternative names"Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2: Fusion","Marvel Ultimate Alliance II"
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)