History VideoGame / XMenLegends

1st Apr '17 6:46:13 PM WarriorsGate
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* SpiritualSuccessor: The games were very similar to an earlier X-Men arcade game. It also provided the template for the ''Ultimate Alliance'' games and was the likely inspiration for much of ''Justice League: Heroes.''

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* SpiritualSuccessor: SpiritualSuccessor:
** The chaotic multi-player brawling in a twisty bird's-eye-view dungeon gameplay is definitely in the ''{{VideoGame/Gauntlet}}'' mold.
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The games were very similar to an earlier X-Men arcade game. It also provided the template for the ''Ultimate Alliance'' games and was the likely inspiration for much of ''Justice League: Heroes.''
5th Mar '17 7:58:00 PM nombretomado
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Followed by the ''MarvelUltimateAlliance'' series, also developed by Raven Software.

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Followed by the ''MarvelUltimateAlliance'' ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' series, also developed by Raven Software.
11th Feb '17 9:32:17 AM Gosicrystal
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* LimitBreak - Your mutants' super moves, which consume X-Tokens instead of EP.
* LostForever - Just about everything in the first game since you cannot return to an area after finishing a mission, though most items are right out in the open. The second game is a bit better about it, but a few collectible items can still be missed.

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* LimitBreak - LimitBreak: Your mutants' super moves, which consume X-Tokens instead of EP.
* LostForever - Just about everything in the first game since you cannot return to an area after finishing a mission, though most items are right out in the open. The second game is a bit better about it, but a few collectible items can still be missed.
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* PermanentlyMissableContent: Just about everything in the first game since you cannot return to an area after finishing a mission, though most items are right out in the open. The second game is a bit better about it, but a few collectible items can still be missed.



* PungeonMaster: Iceman.

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* %%* PungeonMaster: Iceman.
29th Dec '16 6:03:43 PM Nevermore2002
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* RedHerring:[[spoiler:Destiny foresee that someone within the X-Men or Brotherhood will betray the alliance. We are led to believe it's Angel, since he's being captured and a cutscene show him being turned into Archangel, the last Horseman of Apocalypse. In reality, there was two traitors, Destiny only foresaw one. The other traitor was Beast who's been captured and rescued by your party, [[TheMole as part of Apocalypse's plan]]]].
22nd Nov '16 4:02:34 PM Nevermore2002
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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: In the Infinite Factory, you're told that Sinister's super computer is in charge, and is implied that it will create a copy of Sinister to fight you. [[spoiler: Instead you're forced to fight four holographic generators that costantly spawn evil copies of Storm, Ice Man, Wolverine and Cyclops.]]

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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: In the Infinite Factory, you're told that Sinister's super computer is in charge, and is implied that it will create a copy of Sinister to fight you. [[spoiler: Instead you're forced to fight four holographic generators that costantly constantly spawn evil copies of Storm, Ice Man, Wolverine and Cyclops.]]



* BrickJoke: In Act 1 of the second game, Mister Sinister muses on combining Nightcrawler's telportation ability with Cyclops' Optic Blasts. One of the enemy types in Act 4 is the Optic Ghost, an enemy who can teleport and fire Optic Blasts.

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* BrickJoke: In Act 1 of the second game, Mister Sinister muses on combining Nightcrawler's telportation teleportation ability with Cyclops' Optic Blasts. One of the enemy types in Act 4 is the Optic Ghost, an enemy who can teleport and fire Optic Blasts.
22nd Nov '16 4:00:43 PM Nevermore2002
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* ElementalPowers: The game four: [[FireIceLightning elemental]], energy, mental and radioactive.
2nd Sep '16 12:58:36 AM TheNerevarine
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* BonusDungeon: In the second game, characters could gain access to an extradimensional prison from which they could free Iron Man, who would then become a playable character. (And no, Iron Man doesn't really have [[WTHCastingAgency anything]] to do with the X-Men).

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* BonusDungeon: In the second game, characters could gain access to an extradimensional prison from which they could free Iron Man, who would then become a playable character. (And no, Iron Man doesn't really have [[WTHCastingAgency anything]] to do with the X-Men). Stryfe as well, since his level can be bypassed entirely and the players can beat the game without having to fight him.
28th Aug '16 7:09:34 AM N8han11
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* SecretCharacter: In the second game, [[spoiler: ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}]].
15th May '16 2:11:23 PM RedRoverRedRover
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* MagicKnight: Jean Grey and Storm, especially in the first game, provided you level up Psionic Strike and Lightning Fury, respectively. If you do you will have two monsters on your hands who will make any MightlyGlacier obsolete.

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* MagicKnight: Jean Grey and Storm, especially in the first game, provided you level up Psionic Strike and Lightning Fury, respectively. If you do you will have two monsters on your hands who will make any MightlyGlacier MightyGlacier obsolete.
15th May '16 2:09:06 PM RedRoverRedRover
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* MagicKnight: Jean Grey and Storm, especially in the first game, provided you level up Psionic Strike and Lightning Fury, respectively. If you do you will have two monsters on your hands who will make any MightlyGlacier obsolete.
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