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** Mole Man's giant monster Moleoaf is basically an even gigantic version of a Moloid.

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** Mole Man's giant monster Moleoaf is basically an even more gigantic version of a Moloid.


* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The cutscene at the start of the Tikal level shows that it's located somewhere in northern Mexico, but it's actually in Guatemala. Not only that, but northern Mexico doesn't have any jungle ecosystem at all, it's desertic.[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pic_32.jpg]][[caption-width-right:350:Apparently the Mayan jungle moved to the north of Mexico.]]

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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The cutscene at the start of the Tikal level shows that it's located somewhere in northern Mexico, but it's actually in Guatemala. Not only that, but northern Mexico doesn't have any jungle ecosystem at all, it's desertic.[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pic_32.jpg]][[caption-width-right:350:Apparently the Mayan jungle moved to the north of Mexico.]]



** Mole Man's giant monster Moleoaf.

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** Mole Man's giant monster Moleoaf.Moleoaf is basically an even gigantic version of a Moloid.



** Moleoaf resembles Giganto ([[NamesTheSame the Deviant Mutate, not the giant white creature]]). It comes out of a giant hole in the middle of the street while the team fights it, a nod to the cover of their [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/1/1e/Fantastic_Four_Vol_1_1.png first issue]].

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** Moleoaf resembles Giganto ([[NamesTheSame the Deviant Mutate, not the giant white creature]]). creature]]) from the comics. It comes out of a giant hole in the middle of the street while the team fights it, which is a nod to the cover of their [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/1/1e/Fantastic_Four_Vol_1_1.png first issue]].



* VillainExitStageLeft: The Puppet Master, after the team defeated the things he brought to life at the museum.

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* VillainExitStageLeft: The Puppet Master, after the team defeated the things he brought to life at the museum.museum.
-->'''Puppet Master:''' [[WeWillMeetAgain Next time, fantastic fools, the Puppet Master will not fail.]]

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* DualBoss: Three large gangsters.


* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The cutscene at the start of the Tikal level shows that it's located somewhere in northern Mexico, but it's actually in Guatemala. Not only that, but northern Mexico doesn't have any jungle ecosystem at all, it's desertic.

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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The cutscene at the start of the Tikal level shows that it's located somewhere in northern Mexico, but it's actually in Guatemala. Not only that, but northern Mexico doesn't have any jungle ecosystem at all, it's desertic.[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pic_32.jpg]][[caption-width-right:350:Apparently the Mayan jungle moved to the north of Mexico.]]

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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The cutscene at the start of the Tikal level shows that it's located somewhere in northern Mexico, but it's actually in Guatemala. Not only that, but northern Mexico doesn't have any jungle ecosystem at all, it's desertic.


** Mr. Fantastic can stretch his body to reach some previously-unreachable objects. He can also extend himself across a gap to serve as a temporary bridge for his teammates.

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** Mr. Fantastic can stretch his body to reach some previously-unreachable objects. He can also extend himself across a gap to serve as a temporary bridge for his teammates. He's also the only one who can hack into computer terminals.


* CoOpMultiplayer: The game lets up to four players assist each other.

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* CoOpMultiplayer: The game lets up to four two players assist each other.

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* DamselInDistress: Alicia is kidnapped by the mummies in the museum, but she gets rescued by the Four.


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* HowWeGotHere: The game opens with Reed, Johnny and Sue losing a three-on-one fight against Dr. Doom. As Sue calls for Ben's name, the latter recovers from the chamber where his powers got removed, then he recalls how everything led up to that point.


* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: Only a certain member's powers can be beneficial to solve a certain puzzle types. Some puzzles require a teamwork of two members.

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* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: Only a certain member's powers can be beneficial to solve a in solving certain puzzle types. Some puzzles may also require a teamwork of two members.


* AllYourBaseAreBelongsToUs: The final parts of the game involve Victor taking over Baxter Building with his Doombots, while the heroes had to confront him in their home.

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* AllYourBaseAreBelongsToUs: AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: The final parts of the game involve Victor taking over Baxter Building with his Doombots, while the heroes had to confront him in their home.


* AdaptationExpansion: The game includes several additional characters that never made it into the film, allies or villains alike, including Nick Fury, Blastaar and Annihilus.
* AdaptationOriginConnection: Most of the villains' powers derived from the cosmic storm in some ways.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The game includes several additional characters that never made it into the film, allies or villains alike, including Nick Fury, Blastaar Blastaar, Yancy Street Gang, Mole Man, Diablo, Puppet Master, Dragon Man, and Annihilus.
* AdaptationOriginConnection: Most of the villains' powers are derived from the cosmic storm in some ways.



* AllYourBaseAreBelongsToUs: The final parts of the game involve Victor taking over Baxter Building with his Doombots, while the heroes had to confront him in their home.



* FacePalmOfDoom: This is one of Blastaar's grabs, which culminates into blasting the victim's heads.



* ForcedTutorial: UpToEleven. The tutorial is an entire section of levels where the player has to understand the differences between each member, gameplay-wise. It also gives emphasis on the platforming and puzzle sections that can only be solved by a specific member.

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* ForcedTutorial: UpToEleven. The tutorial is an entire section of levels where the player has to understand the differences between each member, gameplay-wise. It also gives emphasis on the platforming and puzzle sections that [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman can only be solved by a specific member.member]].


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* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: Only a certain member's powers can be beneficial to solve a certain puzzle types. Some puzzles require a teamwork of two members.
** Mr. Fantastic can stretch his body to reach some previously-unreachable objects. He can also extend himself across a gap to serve as a temporary bridge for his teammates.
** The Thing's super-strength allows him to carry, or interact with large or heavy objects.
** Invisible Woman can freeze stuff, and her invisibility is very useful in sneaking.
** Human Torch can easily walk through fire, and certain puzzle elements can only be solved by burning them.


* MythologyGag: Moleoaf resembles Giganto ([[NamesTheSame the Deviant Mutate, not the giant white creature]]). It comes out of a giant hole in the middle of the street while the team fights it, a nod to the cover of their [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/1/1e/Fantastic_Four_Vol_1_1.png first issue]].

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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Moleoaf resembles Giganto ([[NamesTheSame the Deviant Mutate, not the giant white creature]]). It comes out of a giant hole in the middle of the street while the team fights it, a nod to the cover of their [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/1/1e/Fantastic_Four_Vol_1_1.png first issue]].issue]].
** In the Latveria levels, the team uses their comic book appearances and outfits instead of those in the movie.
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Or combos, to be specific. As you progress through certain levels, you unlock more abilities at your disposal.


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* SecretLevel: You can unlock Latveria stages, complete with their own unique enemy encounters.


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* StealthBasedMission: There are a few levels where you get to play not as The Thing, but as Ben, who got his cosmic powers stripped. Combat is still possible, but limited. It also crosses with problem-solving, and puzzle sections.


* AdaptationExpansion: The game includes several additional characters that never made it into the film including Nick Fury.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The game includes several additional characters that never made it into the film film, allies or villains alike, including Nick Fury.Fury, Blastaar and Annihilus.



* CombinationAttack: With certain inputs, you can link two of the Four's ultimate abilities to do some heavy AreaOfEffect damage.



* EvolvingAttack: The Four's abilities can be upgraded for more damage, status effects, and bigger visual effects.



* ForcedTutorial: UpToEleven. The tutorial is an entire section of levels where the player understands the differences between each member.
* GangBangers: The Yancy Street Gang

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* ForcedTutorial: UpToEleven. The tutorial is an entire section of levels where the player understands has to understand the differences between each member, gameplay-wise. It also gives emphasis on the platforming and puzzle sections that can only be solved by a specific member.
* GangBangers: The Yancy Street GangGang. They fight using typical gangster melee weapons such as brass knuckles or steel pipes.


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* ShowsDamage: The console ports (such as the Xbox) have a more powerful engine that adds this effect to the non-human {{Mook}}s. For example, you could easily notice parts of the robots' getting detached whenever you attack them.

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* InkSuitActor: The 4 and Doom share the same likeness as their actors.


* AdaptationalVillainy: In the comics, the Yancy Street Gang is essentially a group of friends and associates who devote most of their time to harmlessly heckling the Thing, and who have shown a willingness to help the Four on occasion. Here, they're a violent gang of street thugs who attempt to extort Alicia for money and try to kill the Thing.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the comics, the Yancy Street Gang is essentially a group of friends and associates who devote most of their time to harmlessly heckling the Thing, and who have shown a willingness to help the Four on occasion. Here, they're a violent gang of street thugs who attempt to extort kidnap Alicia for after she refuses to pay their protection money and try to kill ''kill'' the Thing.Thing when he comes to save her.

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