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You play the X-Men as they battle against the forces of evil be it mutant haters with their Sentinels or Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Stewart ... Professor Charles Xavier (voice)
Michelle Arthur ... Moira MacTaggert / Female Prisoner #3 (voice)
Edward Asner ... Healer (voice) (as Ed Asner)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Multiple Man / Nightcrawler / Morlock Guard / Cyborg Sentinel / Mutant Prisoner (voice)
Leigh-Allyn Baker ... Jean Grey (voice) (as Leigh Allen Baker)
Eric Biessman Eric Biessman ... NYC Acolyte #1 / Shadow Demon #1 (voice)
Steve Blum ... Wolverine (voice) (as Steven Blum)
Earl Boen ... Colossus / Doctor (voice)
Rodger Bumpass ... Sentinel Scientist (voice)
Cheryl Carter Cheryl Carter ... Storm (voice)
Blaine Christine Blaine Christine ... Soldier #4 / NYC GRSO (voice)
Kat Cressida ... Debra Owens / Computer Voice #1 (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Mystique / Child Bishop (voice) (as Grey Delisle)
John DiMaggio ... Juggernaut / General Kincaid (voice)
Robin Atkin Downes ... Cyclops / Pyro (voice)
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You play the X-Men as they battle against the forces of evil be it mutant haters with their Sentinels or Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants.

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Alone, You Are Mighty. Together, You Are Legends.

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Action | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

T
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Official Sites:

Activision

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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This game drew its influence from the various incarnations of the X-Men characters. The storyine was inspired by the original X-Men comics. The uniforms were taken from Ultimate X-Men (an alternate version of the comics created for readers who didn't want to have to deal with the thirty plus years of backstory from the original comics) and the design of the Xavier Mansion is taken from the X-Men film franchise. See more »

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Rather fun game that predates the Ultimate Alliance games.
13 July 2010 | by Aaron1375See all my reviews

Before the Ultimate Alliance games there was "X-men Legends" one and two. I am actually playing "Ultimate Alliance 2" right now and have to say that this one is more fun than that one. For one thing the fact that this game has a narrower focus of being simply X-men rather than the entire Marvel universe helps the story a bit. I also enjoy the character of Cyclops and he is not present in either alliance games sadly, unless you get like a special edition X-box 360 game of the first Alliance. I do not know, something about using his optic blasts is just cool to me and having Wolverine tear into people is fun. They always include Storm, but I have never cared for Storm at all. Not in the comics, not in the movies and not in video games. This one basically revolves the story around this one girl's point of few. A new student at Xaiver's school for the gifted. I forget her name, but she used magma to do attacks and such, she may have been in fact called Magma or Magmar or something to that effect. Well Magneto is up to no good and there is some general or something that is also up to no good and you must do battle with both in this game. The fighting is made up of a four team squad where if you play by yourself you control one member while the other three are computer controlled. You can switch between the four as you see fit. Strength plays a part in this game, unlike the first Ultimate Alliance game where strength is virtually ignored. Rather fun, a bit of a role playing game as in-between missions you walk around the mansion as the new girl talking to various other X-men. The game is quite fun and while the graphics are not that great it is still more fun to me than the latest Alliance game. Though this one had horrible boss battles, like all the other games that are similar to this one do.


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