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X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (2005)

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You play both the X-Men and the Brotherhood in a uneasy alliance to fight the menace of Apocalypse.


(story and dialogue) (as Bob Love)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Professor X (voice)
... Mystique (voice)
... Garokk / Living Monolith (voice)
... Nightcrawler (voice)
... Sabretooth / Blob / Holocaust (voice)
... Rogue (voice) (as Cat Taber)
Scott Holst ... Havok (voice)
... Blink (voice)
... Storm (voice) (as Dawn Lewis)
... Sebastian Shaw (voice)
... Angel (voice)
... Jean Grey (voice)
... Juggernaut (voice)
... Mister Sinister / Stryfe (voice) (as Dan Riordan)
... Sunfire (voice)


In the sequel to the successful game X-Men Legends, Professor Xavier's X-Men must now form an uneasy alliance with their enemy Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants in order to defeat a common enemy...Apocolypse, the first and most powerful mutant in existence. Written by TB4000

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An Uncommon Enemy Calls For An Uncommon Alliance


Action | Sci-Fi




Official Sites:

Activision [United States]



Release Date:

21 September 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

X-Men legends II - El ascenso de apocalipsis  »

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Depending the affiliation of the active character and the NPC their talking to, their response will be different: friendly if both characters are X-Men or Brotherhood members and hostile if it's an X-Men speaking to a Brotherhood member or viceversa. See more »


Although Beast adresses himself as the one who betrays the team (the traitor in Destiny's vision), the real traitor was Angel who was transformed in Archangel by Apocalypse after been captured. Beast was already part of her vision as the one who dies. See more »


Iceman: And the crowd goes wild.
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I love this game!
18 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

My mother bought me this game for my birthday and I have to say I'm glad she did. The game was fun and exciting. I don't think its that tuff like the first one, but the cool thing is the X-Men get to work with one of the Brotherhood. Especially the all so powerful Magneto. Whats good about the game is that you face a lot more enemies your probably not used to knowing. The second best thing about the game is that the further you go along with it, the more powerful you get, which means more killer power moves. Some original and some really knew and cool. Its to the point where they have more powers that are so cool that you want to play the game over again just to see what it'll do to your enemies.

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