X-Men: Next Dimension

$12.99

GCG0183 - Developed by Paradox Development and published by Activision Publishing, Inc., "X-Men: Next Dimension" for gamecube was released on October 15, 2002. Everyone's favorite band of mutants are back in this new straightforward expansive 3D fighting game. X-Men: Next Dimension let's you play the game in one of five different modes. There is the Practice mode, Story mode, the Arcade mode, the Versus mode, and Survival mode. In practice mode, you get to freelance and learn your character's moves, and hone your skills in a controlled environment. In story mode you play out the fantasy. The scenario is that humans want to rid the earth of Mutants. The X-Men join must forces with their enemies in order to save their kidnapped friend Forge, before the humans force him to reveal secrets that will mean the end of all mutants. In the arcade mode you get to fight one on one against a computer opponent in a series of ten matches. In Versus mode you get to play against your friend mano-a-mano, in one-on-one battles. And lastly, in Survival mode you get only one life bar, and you do battle testing your own personal metal against a series of villains.

The gameplay of X-Men: Next Dimension is good, and features a lot of sharp and flashy moves. And with the interactive levels and so many characters to experiment with, it's hours of challenging fun. X-Men: Next Dimension has all your favorite characters to play as, such as Wolverine, Rogue, Storm, Beast, Havok, Forge, Sabertooth, Toad and Nightcrawler. 25 in all, including 4 secret characters. you have to appreciate the wide selection of fighters, but select your character circumspectly because they all come with their own unique mutant powers and strengths. This can be a highly addictive and enjoyable game. Pre-owned in top condition. Rated T for Teen. Includes case, disk and instruction manual - Plays on Gamecube or Wii - Rarity Rating B-


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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 08 March, 2014.

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