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Before I even get into the real review of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, I need to say something: PlayStation 2 owners deserve better. I can't tell you how many times I cover a cross-platform title and find this once great system getting watered down versions of games and stories the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 people are eating up. That's what's happening here with Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2. This is a port of the Wii version of the game, which was a ho-hum, watered down version of the PS3/360 storyline. Ultimate Alliance 2 actually combines two of Marvel's best, fairly recent storylines -- Secret War and Civil War. The game opens with SHIELD Badass Nick Fury leading Captain America, Wolverine, Spider-Man, and Iron Man into Latveria to take down the new prime minister. Seems even though she's been making nice with the U.S. brass, Lucia von Bardas has really been supplying villains with deadly technology. Trouble is, Fury didn't mention to the supers that this wasn't a government-sanctioned mission, so when Latveria retaliates by attacking New York, people kind of flip out about the team's "Secret War."
Did you happen to read the Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 preview that Wez wrote last month? He got awfully excited, raving and gibbering and generally acting like a bit of a Stan Lee fanboy. The thing is, it's an understandable reaction: if you have even a passing interest in the Marvel Universe, this game is like a hefty dose of comic book catnip. It has 24 superheroes in its line-up of playable characters, a truckload more appearing in supporting roles, and the Fusion System - a gameplay mechanic that allows you to team-up for special attacks. And since you've got four heroes in play at any given moment there's plenty of scope for some superb team attacks. While I'm personally something of a lightweight when it comes to Marvel fandom, I have to admit that I really got swept away during my first hands-on with MUA2. The gameplay is simple and easy to jump straight into, yet it also offers just enough variety to lend the action a bit of depth. Throw in oodles of destruction, a dash of Havoc-based physics and a plot culled from the Marvel Civil War storyline, and you've got the perfect recipe for an excellent action game.
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