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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description:The Superhero Registration Act has been passed. The Marvel universe has been torn apart, as superheroes everywhere are being forced to either become military agents of the United States government or rebel against their fellow heroes. Players are thrown into the middle of the chaos, and must choose between the Iron Man-led Pro-Registration side and the Captain America-led Anti-Registration side. Choose from 24 classic Marvel characters, and battle your way through fully-destructible environments with up to four friends in online and offline cooperative play.
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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Gambit Trailer

    Posted: July 23, 2009

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  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Jean Grey trailer

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  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Comic-Con 2009 Interview

    Posted: July 23, 2009

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  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 Trailer

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  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 Guha Bala Interview

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