Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2

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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 is an action RPG set in the popular Marvel universe that tackles both the Civil War and the Secret War story arcs. It was developed by Zoë Mode and published by Activision on July 26th, 2016.

Engage in a thrilling story where you have to pick a side. Iron Man thinks that heroes need to be supervised, and he is on the side of Pro-Registration, while Captain America thinks that heroes can’t be controlled by the government, so he is on the side of Anti-Registration. It is up to you to decide which side is correct and then crush the opposition. This action RPG gives you over 24 popular Marvel characters to pick from, each with their own basic and special attacks. The huge roster allows you to form never before seen alliances by mashing up various heroes that have never shared the stage in a video game before. Want Captain America, Deadpool, and Wolverine to enter the stage and fight enemies together? You can do that.

The story of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 shows us just how both sides of this conflict are willing to go to end up victorious, so be careful when picking your allies.

The Marvel Ultimate Alliance games have been delisted. As predicted on ResetEra, both games are now unavailable to buy from Steam, the PlayStation Store and the Xbox Game Store. On 26th July 2016, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2 were re-released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Two years later to the day, both games were snapped out of digital existence, no doubt due to the expiration of licenses. Read more…


While not the greatest of games to begin with, and reportedly wonky at launch, the Marvel: Ultimate Alliance series of superhero action-RPGs is no longer available on Steam, most likely due to licensing deals expiring and changing hands. While store pages for the two are still up, the Activision-published dynamic duo can no longer be bought or searched for on Steam. (more…)


Improved controller mapping for multiple controllers to address the Xbox One® controller and Xbox 360® controller support issues including the button assignments for the triggers and A button on Windows 10 Support for up to four controllers Updates to audio support that should improve the audio and minimize crackling and other issues that some users may have experienced Addi...


For a 32 re-release of a decade-old game, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance was in a right sorry state when the minimally-revamped version hit Steam in July, and its sequel wasn’t in much better shape. MUA didn’t recognise Xbox controller buttons correctly, sound crackled, and none of the first game’s DLC characters were included. For 30, I’d expect proper definitive editions of the superhero action-RPGs. Heck, I’d hope for full remakes. At the very least, I’d want a ...


If you’re going to re-release a decade-old game as new for 32, it had better be one heck of a revamp. For 32, I’m talking new kitchen, new bathroom, swept chimneys, and at least making sure the dang game works properly. Well, Activision last night released new versions of the two Marvel: Ultimate Alliance superhero action-RPGs, and the news is not good. …





  • OS: Windows 7 SP2 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel® / AMD Hyper-Threaded Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 / AMD Radeon HD 5670
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 11 Compatible
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