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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Latest News - PSP

Game Description:The fate of planet Earth and the entire Marvel Universe is at stake. Luckily, you're about to assemble your dream team of super heroes to save it! Choose the ultimate Marvel team from an initial roster of 20 playable heroes, including Spider-Man, Wolverine, and The Thing. You'll encounter an amazing 140 Marvel characters during the game's action-packed storyline. Fates let you see how your decisions altered the storyline and the Marvel Universe. You'll also find on and offline multiplayer, with co-op stories and head-to-head competitions. PSP-exclusive features include four additional playable Marvel characters, a dedicated PSP/Marvel Community Web site where you can view your stats, and more.
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