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Reviewed: X-Men: Next Dimension
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: November 8th, 2002
Page: 3

Final Breakdown


The game plays beautifully, and it's a huge step up from the previous two Activision X-men fighters. 


Beautifully rendered characters and levels, with only the PS2's lack of anti-aliasing to hurt it.

Sound and music:

 This does kind of hurt -- Patrick Stewart's great as Professor X, but the rest of the game's voices are cheesy at best, horrible at worst.

AI and Difficulty:

The game's A.I. knows how to play -- except for the Gamecube version, which has trouble with flying characters.

Controls and Interface:

Only the PS2 controller makes it easy to play: the interface is good, but not tweaked enough to make the other two systems fun to play on.


Grab it for the PS2, leave it alone on the other systems.

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Added:  Friday, November 08, 2002
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
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