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X-Men: Mutant Academy 2

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4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews) 72 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00005NOFJ
  • Media: Game
  • Release Date: September 19, 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,063 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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This sequel to X-Men: Mutant Academy lets players take on the role of their favorite mutants. As one of 16 X-Men characters, gamers utilize their special powers and train with Professor X. X-Men: Mutant Academy 2 features six new X-Men characters, all-new aerial combat, six new arenas, multiple new fighting combos and costumes, and set sketches and conceptual character sketches from the X-Men movie. Each character has his or her own unique moves and combos.

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars X-tremely fun! September 24, 2001
Having bought "X-men: Mutant Academy" for the Playstation when it came out at the time that the movie was realeased, I was eagerly awaiting something like a sequel or companion game. When I saw that XMA2 was going to be released, I was somewhat hesitant to buy. Would the flaws of the original be corrected? What about characters and gameplay? I mean, c'mon you can only do so much with the 10 X-men found on the first game.
Well, I am happy to report that the flaws have been fixed and that this game is truly an enjoyable experience. The characters from the first game are back, and the developer has thrown in some new ones (Forge, Rogue, Havoc and Nightcrawler) as well as some secret ones. They have added aerial combat and given the "Academy" mode a few new lessons on combos and air-combos. The gameplay itself seems to have sped up and the matches go quickly...x-pecially if you are an x-perienced player who has mastered the combos and counter and special moves. While load times seem a bit longer than necessary, the art is nice and the load screen displays the directional instructions on how to preform the special you can study up between matches.
The final verdict on this game is 5 stars becuase it is a vast improvement of the original and the bugs and annoying awkwardness of the original has been overcome and improved upon. Activision and Paradox development have done and astounding job on creating a game that is fun for beginners and challenging for players who happen to be a little more serious in nature. Great game!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Much better October 13, 2001
By Patrick
I read the reviews of this game and they were not good. But I gave it a try and I am very pleased with the results. I have the first game and it has a LOT of flaws. This game seems to have corrected almost all of them. Looking at it, the graphics are exactly the same as the first game. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. The first game's graphics were good for Playstation 1 standards. The biggest flaw the first game had was the gameplay which is completely corrected in this game. One thing I noticed with Mutant Academy 2 is the volume in the ending sequences. It seems to drop a bit for some reason. But the endings are much better in this one than in the previous version. And this game has secret characters such as Spider-man which is GREAT! Spider-man is a lot of fun to play. To play him just press L1 and select Cyclops to play. You'll automatically be Spider-man. I hope Mutant Academy 3 will be on Playstation 2. I was disappointed that this game wasn't.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No need to rent, safest buy you'll ever make October 16, 2001
By A Customer
A lot of people who have been spoiled by the PS2 will be tempted to look down on any PS1 game, no matter how good it is. But let me tell you, this game is about as good as it gets for the PS1. It's got something for everyone to appreciate. Those who grew up on X-men like myself will love the authenticity of classic characters such as Juggernaut, Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm and the gang. For those who are fans by association (meaning you had no clue who the X-men were before the movie), all characters from the movie have new X-men costumes from the movie(Check out how different Sabretooth looks when you unlock his costume!). There are some interesting twists too. Spider Man is a hidden character, as well as...Dr. X!?! Let me tell tell you, if you thought all he could do is roll that wheelchair back and forth, you're in for a surprise. Plus, after playing with people such as Wolverine, Psylocke, and Nightcrawler for a while, you'll notice that they've been watching "The Matrix" in their spare time. What do I mean? Find out for yourself! Some of the costumes are wild too. Logan as a cowboy? Juggernaut in a Brooks Brothers suit? The list goes on. If nothing else than for simple curiosity, go ahead and get this game. Renting is pointless, you'll be mad that you have to give the game back!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Sequel October 11, 2001
This is an absolute blast to play. The first "Mutant Academy" was good, but "2" is better. Why? Well because everything was improved on. Of course the major draw is the addition of the new characters: Havok, Forge, Rouge, and Nightcrawler. Not to mention two hidden characters and two more really hidden characters(you'll never guess). There are more costumes-each original character has 4, the new characters all have 3(except one..."she" has 4 too!). The academy mode has been improved too. You don't have to listen to Xavier spite each attack out. And the loading screen shows how to do special attacks for the characters playing. Controls are simple-the basic attacks are the same for each character and the special attacks are a breeze. Phoenix, Magento, Storm, and Rouge can now all fly for a short period of time. Cute-but not too effective in game play Like the original there are some characters who are total jerks and some who are easy as pie-causing the game to seem a little unbalanced in aracade mode. "X-Men Mutant Academy 2" is definately worth a play. If you didn't like the first then give this one a try(it's good) and if you've played either game...what are you waiting for!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Fair Fighting Game August 30, 2003
A Kid's Review
This game is ultimately a good game...but has certain points in the game that I don't think it deserves to be given the remaining points that Dragonball Z Budokai stands. First off all the fighting is overall fun most of the time, and jumping around and whacking people all around the arena like a ping-pong ball can be made to your enjoyment. Plus the secret characters are pretty good, but nothing to dwadle about. First of all Psylocke isn't an overall great character, and the Juggernaut is pretty impressive but not really a fun character to play. Using cheat codes and getting characters which you activate by pressing buttons like Spider-Man and Professer X, but don't hope too much on this game. The aerial combat battles where you're litterally spinning around in the air is fun and if you gather the fun and you smack someone up into the air and jump up and deliver a projectile attack or whack him into the ground [Preferrably Forge] it can be made into a nice game.
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