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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:The fate of our world and the entire Marvel universe is in your hands. Thankfully, you've got the largest roster of superheroes a game has ever seen at your disposal! Superheroes from around the globe have assembled to fight Dr. Doom and the re-formed Masters of Evil. Choose your favorite foursome to create a dream superhero team from an initial roster of 20 characters, including Captain America, Wolverine, Spidey, and Elektra. Experience Marvel's greatest battles in an epic storyline that evolves based on the missions you accept and complete. Fight evil with friends in co-op-story and competitive multiplayer modes. In all, the game features 140 Marvel icons!
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