Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Wii

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Mixed or average reviews- based on 17 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 17
  2. Negative: 6 out of 17
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  1. VictoriaB
    Jan 17, 2010
    Not bad story love it more than the first one but they need to allow you to use the classic controller or the game cube controller too hard to work with the remote and numchuk
  2. Aug 5, 2013
    It isn't awful, I'm sure the PS3 and X360 versions are great, but the game is too short and it doesn't feel like developers tried as hard with MUA2 as they did with MUA
  3. TaeTaeRichards
    Sep 20, 2009
    The Good: It is fun to team up your favorite superhero and pull off some really cool moves.
    The Bad: the lack of dialog choices, removal of many RPG elements, poor and frustrating 'unlock' character missions, and the confusing camera angles to go along with an equally confusing patchwork of a story.
    Recommend: Wait until Bethesda or Raven creates a true MARVEL RPG.
  4. Nov 7, 2011
    While I did enjoy this game overall, it is not as good as the 1st Marvel Ultimate Alliance. It felt too short and the characters in the game are not much different from the original.

Awards & Rankings

#26 Most Discussed Wii Game of 2009
#66 Most Shared Wii Game of 2009

Mixed or average reviews - based on 8 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 8
  2. Negative: 2 out of 8
  1. 58
    There's no spark to Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 on the Wii. The same cutscenes are used from the 360/PS3 version so you're getting the story of Secret and Civil War, but other than that you're left with a ho-hum game that packs some dumb AI, frustrating bits, and odd hold ups.
  2. It's inelegant and underdeveloped, and it represents a major step backward when compared to the original. Halfhearted dialogue, bad AI, unimaginative level design, stripped RPG elements, and all sorts of other factors make the game feel as if it were pieced together on an assembly line and quickly tossed onto store shelves.
  3. The game offers very few moments of entertainment and for the most part you are simply going through the motions, and on the Wii those motions are painful and repetitive.