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One on One arcade game with your favourite X-Men!
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David Hemblen ...
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Jean Grey / Phoenix (voice)
Tony Daniels ...
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Tim Harrison ...
Mortimer Toynbee / Toad (voice)
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Anna Marie / Rogue (voice) (as Megan Fahlensbock)
Alison Sealy-Smith ...
Ororo Munroe / Storm (voice)
Rick Bennett ...
Cain Marko / Juggernaut (voice)
Rod Wilson ...
Alexander "Alex" Summers / Havok (voice)
Marc Strange ...
Forge (voice)
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Elisabeth "Betsy" Braddock / Psylocke (voice)
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One on One arcade game with your favourite X-Men!

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Action | Sci-Fi | Sport

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T
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[after winning a round]
Ororo Munroe: May your spirit find peace.
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Version of X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse (2001) See more »

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One of the most unique and coolest fighting games ever!
30 July 2001 | by See all my reviews

This game is one of the most unique and coolest fighting games, not just of super hero games, but, with the exception of Tekken Tag Tournament, any fighting game. Not only does it have many more moves than the first game, it adds such characters as Nightcrawler and Shadowcat, at includes more 3D slow motion eye-popping special effects than the first, rivaling the Matrix. The game includes the same great fighting engine as the original, and the graphics have also been improved quite a bit. If this had been on the Playstation 2, it could be the best game of the year. I advise everyone with a Playstation to get this game.


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