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This game is like a direct spin off of Marvel Ultimate Alliance. If you enjoyed that, this one should be good fun. Graphics are a little better than MUA, I think. They models and voices are, of course, based on the second Fantastic Four movie. The powers are nicely done and there are hints in the game to get you out of some tricky spots. It's not the deepest, most intellectual game I've played, but it's cool if you are a fan of this sort of thing.
It's actually one of the best movie to game adaptations I've played so far. I was slightly disappointed in the movies (having been a huge fan of FF during John Byrne's classic work with the magazine), and I think I actually am enjoying this game a little bit more than the movies.
gamers (85%) found this review helpful
Pros of this game...
Looks good. game play is fun. simple achievements to obtain.
Games is WAY to short... I beat it in a day... its less the 7hours long. no real replay value, the only replay value to it is if you run around looking for the tokens in the level.. but even then ones you play it a few times it becomes more frustrating that you cant find the tokens. No Xbox Live play, thats right if you want to play multilayer you have to have our buddies in the same room.. thats not too bad but the only set back to that is that for does of you who have played MUA know what its like when your trying to go one direction and then some one else is trying to go somewhere else... the screen gets clutterd up pretty quickly..
I suggest you stick to single player, rent this game and don't buy it just rent it!