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X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse

X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Action RPG
Developer: Raven Software

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/20/2005
EU
10/07/2005

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X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse review

Reviewed October 10, 2013

Rob Hamilton says: "So, how did this game insert the Age of Apocalypse into their actual continuity? Well, the first thing Apocalypse does here is take over Genosha, displacing Magneto and his Brotherhood of Evil and causing them and the X-Men to engage in some teeth-clinched teamwork. A number of the more notable villains were AoA baddies, such as Abyss, Holocaust and Sugar Man. Sugar Man even refers to being in the alternate universe, noting that Apocalypse is "as good as gold in any universe". "
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